Sunday, March 31, 2013

German LOVE

Apparently I have tons of fans in Germany!!  my homeland where I was born.  Thank you Germany for being number 2#   USA is number one and Britain is #3!  Thank You!!  

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

FREE 202 stickers!!

I have stickers!  If you would like some stickers with our LOGO on it, please email me at with an address and how many you want!  Please no more then 10 per person.  

YODA & Equal Rights

Monday, March 25, 2013

Visual Stimulation


An Official Event of the National Cherry Blossom Festival
Produced by The Pink Line Project

"I went for the first time last year and it was arguably the best party I've ever been to in DC." 

"I am only exaggerating a little when I say @PinkLineProject's Cherry Blast saved my life last year."

A splashy warehouse party that packs MUSIC + MULTIMEDIA ART + PERFORMANCE + FUN AND FRENZY Into a night that will be hard to forget.

Be there for our fifth year, bigger and better than ever.

Only $10

The party will take place at 500 Penn St. NE

Cherry Blast has taken place in warehouses in every quadrant of the DC except for Northeast.
2013 is your year, Northeast!

THANK YOU D.C. Arts Center for sponsoring this amazing space!

*Must be 18 years or older to attend this event.

Featuring Bands, DJs, Artists and Performers:

DNA Theater will be performing. DNA Theatre exposes audiences to a new type of performance that defies definition and traditional performing boundaries. Come watch them fly!

Music curated by Marcus Dowling!

DJs Chris Nitti ( and Lxsx Frank (

DJs Mafe and Bent (

Jon Kwest and DJ Underdog (

Bellflur (

Mary Alouette (

Urban Artistry (

Honest Haloway (

Buy tickets at

Our Sponsors:
Bubbles for Hair
OnTap Magazine


Another Lost episode:

Bella Sarris (Finely Tuned/Sydney)
Sarah Myers (Life/DC)
Tony Smooth (On work/Baltimore)



• $3 Miller Lites
• $6 Vodka Mixes
• $5 Flavored Absolut Shots

• Bottle service & table reservations available upon request.

Come get LOST with us !


On March 28th, we celebrate 7 years of Nouveau Riche. It will also be our last monthly party at U Street Music Hall. A humongous THANK YOU to everyone who has ever come to one of our jams. You've changed our lives for the better. Hopefully we've returned the favor.

No, we're not "breaking up" - Nouveau Riche never dies - but for now we're turning our attention to our individual music making and party making efforts.

We want to thank Bill Spieler at DC9, who believed in us even when we were lucky to have 30 friends come out to see us DJ. And we want to thank Jesse Tittsworth, WIll Eastman, and the whole U Street Music Hall crew for seeing that we wanted to take it up a notch, and bringing us on board with the best nightclub in the entire world.

Now gently wipe away those tears and mark your calendars for the 28th and let's do this one more time. We're joined by special guest BIRD PETERSON and we intend to get casual.

Thursday, March 28th at U Street Music Hall
1115 U St. NW DC

and special guest BIRD PETERSON

18+ / 10PM / $10

Comet Ping Pong concert!

Wednesday, March 27th
Sasha Lord Presents... at Comet Ping Pong
Mykki Blanco, Dope Body, Coup Sauvage & The Snips, and DJ Dean (of GAY/BASH!)
$12, 9pm and All Ages


Mykki Blanco
Riot Grrrl Rap Fabulousness

Dope Body
Noise Rock Bravado

Coup Sauvage & The Snips
Sassy Soulful Synth Pop

Poster via Lindsay Johnson

1 DAY United for Marriage

This is a critical moment for marriage equality.

In two weeks, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on two historic cases related to marriage equality. Both cases are about whether same-sex couples should have the same freedoms as everyone else.

A strong and bipartisan majority of Americans believe the ability to marry the person you love is a Constitutional right. Join us in DC to demonstrate just how broad the support for marriage equality is.

HRC is working with a coalition of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and allied groups, United for Marriage, and asking folks to attend a rally outside the Supreme Court on March 26th. Together we will show the nation that we believe that all Americans deserve to be treated fairly and equally under the law – no matter who they love.

WHEN: March 26th from 8:30a to 12p
WHERE: Supreme Court of the United States, 1 First Street, NE
RSVP: Click here to RSVP.

Together we can make history.

Can’t join us in DC? Click here to find the event closest to you.

Salad War: Chop't Vs. SweetGreen

Salad War


OK you hipster salad eating health crazed nuts of DC!  Listen up.  Some of you rabbits love to say how good one or the other is!  Well I was one of you before I saw the light and tasted and tried out both stores.  Yes if you can't tell I love salads!

Let's start with the price and size of your salad you get!  Depending if you get more toppings you will pay more or if you just pick the regular salads they have listed you will pay a small fee.

Sweetgreen is charging 11-12$ per salad.  I usually get the Guacamole greens or kale Cesar.  
Chop't is going on 8$ for my Cesar salad.  



The size is incomparable.  Looks like Chop't wins that in size and price!

The style of the restaurants is about the same!  Sweet green comes out on top with more of a organic feeling with the greens and woody chairs and counters.  
Chop't just goes with the green and white! metal tables and chairs.  Chop't is more focused on the food then the decor of the restaurant, and I'm fine with that!

You come in order your food, they chop it up , large, medium or all the way chop't up!  I love it you get two small pieces of pita bread!

SweetGreen I feel like it's a factory of long lines and people pointing and spitting over the counter into my organic food!!  not so much organic anymore huh!!  GERMS  finally get your food and you get a large piece of peasant bread it seems and then you pay 8$ for a SweetGreen little ass juice box that was pressed right in the store from organic fruits and veggies!!  give me a break!  If it doesn't have a USDA Organic sticker on it, it's not ORGANIC u numb nuts!  

While SweetGreen is a local brand and expanding so much, Chop't has a limited number of stores and they are based out of NYC

So My pick out of the Salad war is going to be Chop't  The prices and size of the bowl of food is awesome and you can't get much better then that.  I could care less about the decor or the space!

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Elephant walk in DC

The Elephant walk also know as the Pachyderm Parade will be taking place today (Tuesday) at 8pm from the Capitol power plant ( Virginia & New Jersey Ave.  SW).

The elephants will stroll downtown as part of the arrival of the Ringling Bros. Circus!  The parade will include clowns, motorcycles and donkeys.

Check local listings for road closures!  TAKE METRO!

Thursday, March 14, 2013


Music by:
•Julietta (Harry Klein / Sushitech / Half Baked - Munich / DE)
•'R n B' (Benoit Benoit / Rosario)
•DJ Nav (Love Revolution / Noisy Meditation)

New attitude + new location + new sound by Gary +
= Love.

After hours to be announced at the know the deal

Pre-sale tickets:

Deep Secrets is striving to build a community of creative individuals through deep and soulful sound waves infectiously projected by local, national and international house music deejays. A collective of enlightened people awakened to the knowledge of vibrational power, Deep Secrets is dedicated to connect you to the beauty and energy of others as individuals, to our city as a community, and the universe as a whole.

To help you connect before Saturday, we have teamed up with Hinge, a terrific local company recently launched in DC. If you don't have Hinge on your iPhone yet, go get it free in the App Store: We are very excited to be a Hinge Featured Event and to help you connect with your new crush. Anyone who's also coming to DEEP SECRETS on Saturday at Malmaison will be prioritized in your list of potential matches. 

Naked Girls Reading

Come join us as we bid a spooky farewell to our official Naked Horror expert, Roma Mafia, with a performance of scary tales and legends as only the Naked Girls can. 

DC's official Naked Girls return from a brief hiatus to present Urban Legends. Naked Girls Reading Presents Urban Legends will showcase tales of icy bath tubs, skin walkers and thin men. Cherokee Rose, is delighted to return to DCAC with the lovely Roma Mafia, Gigi Holliday and Cherie Sweetbottom on 3/15/13 at 10:00pm.

Presale tickets available at: 

Presale Tickets: $20 for DCAC Members and NonDCAC Members.

Door tickets: $20 for DCAC Members; $25 NonDCAC Members


Transformer presents Expansions, featuring artists Eames Armstrong, Benjamin Edmiston, Matt Hollis, Victor Koroma, and Megan Mueller. 

Recognizing these five artists’ diverse talent, Transformer invites them to expand on their small to medium sized 2-D works on paper in our FlatFile program, utilizing the Transformer space to further develop existing themes and directions within their work through larger scale mixed-media installations, paintings, video animation, and sculptural works. In tandem with this exhibition, Transformer launches on-line sales of our FlatFile via our website,, with works by each of the Expansions artists.

OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, March 15, 6–8pm

The exhibition runs from March 16, 2013 to April 20, 2013; Transformer is open for gallery hours Wednesday - Saturday, 12pm - 6pm.


Eames Armstrong is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and founder of Aether Art Projects. She received her BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 2010, where she studied studio art with emphasis on painting, writing, and performance. Armstrong’s practice considers memory and fantasy, with a particular interest in reprocessing materials of domestic spaces, representing the visualization of memory and the struggle to preserve it.

Benjamin Edmiston is a Brooklyn-based artist working primarily in painting and mixed media collage. Having received his BFA in painting from the Tyler School of Art, and his MFA in painting from Brooklyn College, Edmiston’s work brings both figural simplicity as well as formal variety. The artist states, “Rich pattern, faded color, and meticulously drawn collaged fragments converge to convey common social activity and objects. Slanted with a dark subtext, my work marries these elements creating decisively obsessive works as much about material as they are about customary human experience. Successful works resonate when their decisive clumsiness is counterbalanced with an idiosyncratic formal logic.”

Matt Hollis creates abstract-organic sculpture, photography, & installations evoking a heightened reality where abstract-organic shapes and saturated color stimulate senses. He believes that with enhanced awareness, the everyday becomes otherworldly. Hollis is a DC based artist with an active practice at the 52 ‘O’ Street Studios.

Victor Koroma is an experimental photographer and filmmaker with an affinity for every day objects, books, skateboarding, and music. Koroma states, “I enjoy anything clever, whimsical, witty, and fun, plus ideas that are thought provoking and conceptual in nature. My intention is to transform objects beyond their banality into objects of desire that encourage you to think of them in new ways.“

Megan Mueller received a BA in Political Science from George Washington University and a BFA in Sculpture and Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her work has been selected for exhibition at various venues including: Flashpoint Gallery, TSV Berlin, Coup d’espaces at the Washington Project for the Arts, Porch Projects, the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, and the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art. The artist states, “I am interested in formally investigating the intersection of sculpture and painting. In the past, this has taken shape in colorful flat sculptures or three-dimensional painting structures. My work is informed by my own understanding of geography and my reliance upon landscape. Often, I reuse materials from older work into newer work. I have found this to be an effective strategy for sustainable art making.”

LOST Thursdays

Lost Society
2001 14th St.  NW  
Washington DC

PREMiami Party w/special Double K debut (Kosta & Keston)

Just in time to get you prepared and send you off to Miami for another Winter Music Conference 2013 edition. Those of you who already been there already know how much important is to be ready and have your batteries charged.
Special Double K (Kosta & Keston) will surely know how to get you in shape for this!

Kosta & Keston 



• $3 Miller Lites
• $6 Vodka Mixes
• $5 Flavored Absolut Shots

• Bottle service & table reservations available upon request.

Come get LOST with us !

DC Street ART

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

New York City Ballet at the Kennedy Center

New York City Ballet
Two thrilling mixed programs
The Kennedy Center 

March 26-31 | Opera House :

"An impressive new generations of dancers" --The New York Times

From Tchaikovsky to Richard Rodgers, New York City Ballet brings two mixed repertory programs danced to your favorite music.

New York City Ballet

“You could feel the many ways Balanchine choreography intensifies the Tchaikovsky experience.” —The New York Times

One of the world's foremost dance companies, New York City Ballet performs two signature mixed repertory programs with the New York City Ballet Orchestra.

Its all-Balanchine, all-Tchaikovsky program features works performed during the company's recent Tchaikovsky Celebration at Lincoln Center: Swan Lake, Allegro Brillante, and Tschaikovsky Suite No. 3.

The second program features Balanchine's glorious Vienna Waltzes, Christopher Wheeldon's salute to Richard Rodgers's Carousel, and Jerome Robbins's Glass Pieces, set to the music of minimalist composer Philip Glass.



International Dining in DC: Lavagna

539 8th St.  SE
Washington DC

Friday night, reservations made for six people at a local eatery in Eastern Market/Barracks Row right off of Penn Ave.  We were all starving and ready for some food, the restaurant was packed but we had our table in the back ready for us.  The lay out was simple nothing fancy simple bar and large up stairs, private dining area in the rear of the dining room, great for party's because it looks out onto the rest of the dining area.  

The staff was a little late at getting our drinks and an appetizer.  which took for ever to get to the table.. or was it because we were SOOO hungry! Anyways starting off with Charcuterie with house cured meats and cheeses, very delicious, we all loved the mustard!!  actually asked for MORE!

The food came and went to fast!  we each all took bites of every ones plates and we were astonished to find out that this chef knows how to cook, how can this little restaurant go unnoticed and I've never heard of it!  Some of the best Italian food I have ever had.

I give Lavagna 4 out of 5 stars ****

Fettuccine Bolonese

Hudson Valley Duck Breast

Monday, March 11, 2013

Stolen Bike FOUND

So I posted a couple months ago that my bike was stolen, I found it and took it back! 

I get word of my bike being locked at on the street in Mt. Pleasant in front of Haydee's.  I bike there right after the gym and sure enough it's mine, my lock fits into the keys and my tired and handles are still on!  

I call a friend to come cut the lock off after waving down come cops, they said if it's yours take it back!!  too FUNNY.  cut the lock and I got my baby back!  I knew I would find her!

Thank you everyone for the text and phone calls

the top lock we cut off, I locked my lock on it after I i knew it was mine so they wouldn't take off.

Monday, March 4, 2013

Garden Art

I found this new piece in front of the new condo building on 14th St.

DC Bikes

March Fashion Icon for Men : Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravtiz is a real life rock star for our generation!  Yes they still do exists!  Lenny has many styles and we love him for that.