Since today (October 14th) is Indigenous People’s Day, here’s a look at a walking tour exploring the highlights and history of indigenous peoples in DC.
The 2019 Snallygaster is set to be the best one yet. The beer list is even better than last year’s with over 200 beers rated 4+ in Untappd, the weather is going to be delightful with partly cloudy and a high of 77, and the Nats take on the Cardinals at 4pm.
Head over to Warner Theatre on Monday, October 14th, and rejoice in the dulcet sounds of folk singer/songwriter Frank Turner.
I trust you arrived early to Joesph’s show at the 9:30 Club on October 2nd, and caught Seattle’s Deep Sea Diver. They are a very good rock band, and are the main reason I trekked over to the Shaw neighborhood on a Wednesday night. I did enjoy the powerful harmonies of Joseph, but I wasn’t as familiar with them.
The Regrettes came through DC and killed their great punk and garage rock set for the super-packed, sold out U Street Music Hall on October 1st. A mightly fine way to kick off October and the Fall season.
Kero Kero Bonito is an electropop band from London, touring for their new EP, Civilisation I. The EP explores religion and the world ending, digging into the threats of social divisions, climate change and more.
A round-up of some recent cool things, and a few that suck.