Banking on the idea that the area is teeming with wannabe DJ Shadows, a pair of D.C.'s better-known turntablists are helping to launch a local DJ school modeled after New York's famed Scratch Academy.
In today's Got Plans, we asked you to name an all-star concert lineup and you responded with acts as diverse as Madonna and Paul Robeson. Well done, folks.
We're giving away tickets to the Sweetlife Festival on today's chat.
John Mayer performs July 31 at Jiffy Lube Live (Brian Jones/AP) Thanks to an interview with a certain adult publication earlier this year, John Mayer showed the ability to turn heads with his thoughts as well as his guitar...
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Let's break up the Wednesday afternoon boredom with news about opening dates for two much-anticipated openings on the D.C. bar scene: Biergarten Haus and Buddha Bar.
The newest soon-to-be-addition to our mobile street-food scene. Suzan Povich, proprieter of New York's Red Hook Lobster Pound, is working on a four-wheeled solution to your sudden lobster roll cravings.
Eighteenth Street Lounge celebrates its 15th anniversary with a special DJ set from - who else? - Thievery Corporation. Electro-pop group Hot Chip makes the rounds on Saturday, Animal Collective's movie "Oddsac" is screened in Silver Spring and genre-hopping party starters Ozomatli rock the 9:30 club.
This week, the Sixth & I is soft-launching a new venue in the synagogue's basement that will be more reminiscent of a traditional club: it will have a bar.
This week, a new monthly dance party kicks off at U Street Music Hall and John Legend and Sting make their way to the Mall to sing for a cause. Wednesday The Whale Celebrate the start of a new monthly...