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Sri Lankan Cultural Extravaganza at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage

Free Cultural Extravaganza by Legendary Sri Lankan Dance Troupe at Kennedy Center

The Sri Lanka Embassy Washington DC and the Kennedy Center Millennium stage present the legendary Channa – Upuli Dance Ensemble from Sri Lanka on Tuesday , February 4 , 2014 in a cultural performance featuring   Traditional Sri Lankan [...]

A Writing Conference in Your Pajamas?

Wouldn’t You Love To Attend a Writing Conference in Your Pajamas? We’re inside the two week window for WANA Con! This is the first conference I’ve ever heard of where you can learn, meet and greet in your jammies. I am so in! And not [...]

Veteran’s Day things-to-do. Show your spirit.

Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens November 11, 2012. Mount Vernon, Virginia. Special activities include a patriotic community concert by the all-veteran barbershop chorus at 11 a.m., at 2 p.m. wreathlaying at the tomb of our first commander-in-chief, [...]

Happy Hour Fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy Relief

Did you stock up on enough bottled water and bread to survive the apocalypse before Sandy and then only get a little rain? Just looking for a happy hour with a purpose? Come out to CoCo Sala  Thursday night from 5:30-8pm.  A great cause to [...]

Gypsyhawk – Where Retro Meets Cutting Edge

Gypsyhawk – Where Retro Meets Cutting Edge By Catie Rhodes and Piper Bayard Metal Blade Records band Gypsyhawk transports us back to the Dark Ages, aka the 70s and 80s, and nights spent partying to the music of Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple, [...]

Gabby’s Hair? That’s Nothing!

Gabby Douglas, first African-American winner of the Women’s Gymnastics All Around Gold, is confused. Frankly, I’m confused as well. Gabby Douglas, image from wikimedia, photo by Xxjenesaispasxx When 16-yr-old Gabby googled herself a few [...]