Friday, October 16, 2009

Happenings around town Oct 16- Nov 2009

Oct 14-18, 2009 - The Washington Ballet's (Don Quixote) Kennedy Center, Eisenhower theater.

Oct 17- April 11, 2011 - Contemporary Japanese Fashion (The Mary Baskett Collection). The Textile Museum. 2320 S st., NW Metro: Dupont Circle 202-667-0441 FREE ADMISSION

Oct 16-Aug 8, 2010 - (Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian) 4th st & Independence ave SW, Washington, DC

Oct 20-25 2009 - Washington International Horse Show (Verizon Center)

Oct 27, 2009 - The 24th Annual 17th street High Heel Race. race starts promptly at 9pm in front of Cobalt and will end at JR's **RAIN or SHINE**

Oct 30-31, 2009 - Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Warehouse Theater) tickets 25$ in advance (internet) 35$ at the door.

Nov 14, 2009 - Jason Royce's Birthday Celebration at Town (ft. Brent Everett)

Nov 30, 2009 - Imogen Heap (Sixth & I Historic Synagogue) $25

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Sunday Jazz at Halo

Sunday Jazz at Halo
(featuring Rachel Panay)

Sundays are not just about going to brunch anymore it's about relaxing and taking your last day of the weekend easy before going back to slaving for the the work week! Well Rachel Panay has a new event for Sunday's at Halo featuring a trio of band members and her singing and serenading the crowd with old favorites to delight the crowd. Stop by and sample one of Halo's specialty martinis and enjoy the music and crowd!

National Equality March

National Equality March

(Washington DC)

Oct 11, 2009

Today was one of the best times I've had in a long time I'd have to admit! running into old friends durning my march down Penn Ave. and making new friends along the way, hearing the speakers and the people speak their minds was up lifting and enlightened me on things I didn't know! and I hope it helped educated people at the same time seeing tourist take pictures a
nd gay couples with their children marching along with us made me feel a change is coming and for the best. Now there were some haters along the way anti-gay people protesting against or march, but that didn't let the 200,000 people get them down. today was a day I will not forget ever!!!!