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The Monday Night Social will continue to bridge the gaps within the underground Washington DC communities. If you are in the Service, Fashion, Music or Art Industry or just enjoy a positive vibe and atmosphere, this is the joint for you!
Covering all bases, we provide you: ... MUSIC - Sexy Ass House Music! D. Painter and Jerome Baker III will bring us cooled out Chicago, Jazzy, Funky, Deep, Techy, Underground House while mixing in eclectic nuances of other lounge styles. Dancing shoes will be needed, TRUST!
Art - Each event will feature an exposition of local artistry in the front lounge at ONE. The event on the 29th will feature the art of Asad "ULTRA" Walker. Asad, aka ULTRA is one of the most respected and old school Graph artists in the DC area! Come see the legend bring his style to canvas!
Food - There will be a complementary tapas buffet from 9-10:30! Come early and eat with us.
Drink - Great specials on a Monday night? You know this! 1) FREE CHAMPAGNE FOR LADIES FROM 9-10pm, AND JUST 5$ AFTER! 2) $125 bottles of SVETKA (reg or flavors) 3) $20 "ME AND MY MAN" = 2 Shots of MILAGRO TEQUILA + 2 TECATES
Tuesday -November 30 / 8pm -11pm -Rock and Roll Hotel / 1353 H St. NE / 202.388.ROCK -PBRart gallery, Live PBRart, Cheap PBR, and Crunkcakes (cupcakes with sweet sweet liquor)!
-$2 PBR tallboys -Hello Craft will be there with their Make Something Awesome table hooking you up with PBR/DC buttons and a way to knit-your-own koozie. -Live PBRart from: Kristina Bilonick, Sabeth Jackson, Patrick Owens, and Kelly Towles. -50% of all art sales will go to BloomBars - http://www.bloombars.com/ -Contact email@example.com to submit your PBRart for the BLUE RIBBON ART SHOW. Work submitted will be entered in the national PBR 2011 art contest with the possibility to win $1,893 and PBR for a year. See complete rules at www.pbrart.com.
We're getting ready for our Classroomfundraiser for the new session of Albus Cavus Classes. BUY A TICKET NOW! Please join us for an amazing evening of art and performance and help support the next semester of classes. Funds raised will be used to pay for scholarships, supplies, instructors and space rental. Classes will be held every Sunday for five months starting in January, and will be taught by local artists in dance, poetry, music, graphic design, art and science.
Today I went thrift store shopping with my Best Friend. We took the bus up Georgia Ave and then hit one on 14th and Spring. Later I was reminded of a lady I had met once with Philippa Hughes. Running around one day, she asked if I didn't mind her making a quick stop. That stop was into an amazing little house full of some of the most amazing vintage clothes I have ever seen. Dresses, hats. coats...a dream. Here are a few of my favorites..... > 1940s RED HOT Bonnet 1960s Black & Gray Stripe Day Dress 4
Before we left Chapel Hill, we stopped at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens. Their carnivorous plant collection is known as one of the best in the Southeast. Numerous species of pitcher plants, sundews, and butterworts are found in the southeastern United States as are Venus' flytraps. Every fall the display gardens at the North Carolina Botanical Garden sprout a crop of unique creations by North Carolina artists. A group of one-of-a kind sculptures placed amid the native wildflowers and shrubs delight garden visitors for two months.
The Carolina Inn is a beautiful and well-known icon on the UNC campus in downtown Chapel Hill that architecturally represents both the colonial and antebellum South. The 1924 design incorporates late 18th century elements from George Washington's Mount Vernon. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the prestigious National Trust's Historic Hotels of America, The Carolina Inn offers an atmosphere of elegance and the spirit of tradition. Furnished with antiques, North Carolina made furniture, interesting artwork and historical images, this hotel on the UNC campus has offered guests the finest lodging, fine dining, and excellent hospitality for more than eight decades. I can't wait to make my own bow out of towles in my bathroom at home! It's made out of two wash clothes, one is folded four times into a skinny rectangular band and the other is folded like an acordion shape. Wrap the band around the acordion, and tuck behind tuck towles already hanging. Super Cute!
Honfleur Gallery is hosting LIKENESS, the brainchild of DC based photographer, Joshua Yospyn. The exhibition includes twenty artists (ten photographers + ten visual/street artists) with an end result of ten original portraits + ten interpretations of that portrait.
The visual/street artists’ will present their interpretation of the original photographed displayed side by side the photographers image.