Saturday, June 29, 2013

DC Mural's

GUYs Just Cause......

Friday, June 28, 2013

DC Street Art

Just Plain Weird

Saw this on 17th and R St.  NW

Garden ART

Photography by Anne-Lise Large: Perspectives on American Culture

DC Door's

Sights of DC

Japanese Embassy

Washington Islamic Center (Mosque)

Old Egyptian Consulate 

Construction along 14th St.  

Supporting Demonstrations in Turkey

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Soundwaves Pirate Boat Party

  •                                                    3000 K St NW, Washington, DC 20007

  • Very special extended edition of Soundwaves Boat Party on a pirate ship! Come enjoy deep electronic sound waves while cruising past the nation's most famous monuments and memorials.

    Music by:

    Raffi & Chris Nitti
    George Karmokolias 

    Use discount code "soundwaves" for $20 discounted tickets at: 

    Pre-sale tickets only! Boarding process will begin at 2:15 PM on the Georgetown Waterfront, and boat will depart at 2:30 PM sharp. If you arrive late you will miss the boat so please plan accordingly. NO EXCEPTIONS.

    *If you have any questions/comments please message the Loop Facebook fan page.

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Capitol Skyline Pool Party / Troika

Come party this and every Sunday at the biggest pool party in DC!

♫ Music ♫
House and Top40

☗ Admission ☗
Ladies 18+
Gentlemen 21+

Sign up at:

$500 min (complimentary admission up to 10 guests)

For table reservation or more info:
☎ 443-631-2323 or 571-249-EURO 

Normally Strange: A Photo Exhibition

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
545 7th St.  SE
Washington DC  

An exhibit opening for a new project that is based on historical paintings and Ben. A sneak peek of a few images can be viewed here:

Pitchblack Brass Band at Tropicalia

Doors 8PM
Showtime 9PM
PitchBlak Brass Band is a Brooklyn-based 10-piece band whose style and sound represents hip-hop from the 1980s to present day. A collective of young musicians, composers and artists, PitchBlak embodies the contemporary and vibrant undercurrents of New York City. PitchBlak’s members have incredibly diverse musical backgrounds, allowing them to infuse hip-hop driven music with funk, rock, jazz and classical genres, resulting in a style as fresh as their dreads, shades and dashikis—rich brass harmonies, lyrical hooks, tongue-twisting raps, and rhythms that make your blood race.

PitchBlak has performed at such prestigious venues as Brooklyn Bowl, Le Poisson Rouge, 92YTribeca, Southpaw, The Shrine, Toronto's NXNE Music Festival, Vermont’s legendary Nectar’s, Albany’s Red Square, and took home first prize at the 1st Annual Bob Stewart Tuba Competition. In addition to performing live, PitchBlak trains and mentors young musicians in community outreach programs and classrooms throughout the country.

PitchBlak is set to release its debut album, You See Us, in fall 2013.

Following the band, stick around for

The Dance Party Chronicles Presents:

A night of house, future bass, UK garage and aquawave

featuring DPC Residents DJs:

Nacey (Misun, DC)

Remote Ctrl (DPC, DC)

William DeVon (Misun, DC)


  • above the bike shop** -- 2501 champlain st. nw 20009

  • an evening of candlelit yoga + dj
    a. space.
    of. integration. transcendence. 
    of. speculation. actualization.
    of. individual. universal.
    of. sound. vibration. 
    of. elevation. root.
    of. body.

    two sessions. 8pm & 10pm
    byo yoga mat + we’ll share
    beginners most welc(OM)e.
    fifteen $$ suggestion

    space has physical limits. 
    an eventbrite rsvp is strongly encouraged.

    *micah greenberg ministers art & space. & artspace.

Art17 presents: Colorful Summer

Coldwell Banker Dupont
1606 17th St.  NW
Washington DC

Opening on June 27, 2013, Coldwell Banker will host Colorful Summer in their Art17 gallery (1606 17th St NW). The show, curated by Brian Petro, will host a group of 6 international, emerging, artists who all currently work in the Washington DC area. Colorful Summer will include the work of Fabiano Amin, Margret Kroyer, Ana Elisa Benavent, Lesley Clarke, Judy Giuliani and Emily Lane. The artists are from Brasil, Iceland, Mexico, Scotland and America, respectively, but all now call Washington, home. Each artist will show their abstract, vibrant, view of summer. The exhibition will run from June 27 through the end of August 20.

Local artist, Brian Petro, curated Colorful Summer and says that after “seeing how well their differing, yet unified, abstract styles complimented one another, I thought it would be great to bring them as a group to a new neighborhood of DC.” Petro, also a curator at Vastu and Avenue Settlement, is familiar with the Dupont and Logan neighborhoods and the local artists that build contribute the their creative communities. As an artist himself, Petro has always been committed to showcase unique, talented artists.

The six artists selected for Colorful Summer each bring a different, yet abstract, view of the hot, sticky, summers of Washington DC and abroad. In this show they explore form, line, layers and mediums to create a cohesive view connected by color. Featured artist Fabiano Amin calls the show a, “multicultural abstraction,” one that will truly bring varied perspectives to the hot summer months.

Coldwell Banker opened Art17 over a decade ago by Kevin McDuffe, the owner. His goal has been to open this office space to local artists to showcase their work. Recently, he brought in a curator for the space, Brian Petro. In the past, Art17 has featured artists such as Amy Flatten, Dylan Davis, and Matt Sesow.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

DC Architecture

DC Fire box's

Benefit concert

The DC Rollergirls and The Fridge are hosting a benefit concert on behalf of Frager’s Hardware on Capitol Hill on Friday, June 21, 2013. Doors 6:30pm. All ticket sales from the event will be donated to the Frager’s Fund set up by The Capitol Hill Community Foundation.

The lineup includes The Throckmortens, The NativeMakers and Rodney Henry of The Glenmont Popes. Tickets are $20. Click here to purchase tickets online or purchase at the door.

Please come on out to support Frager’s Hardware, a wonderful business to have in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of DC. The event is sponsored by DC Brau Brewing Company, Dangerously Delicious Pies and Quicksilver Productions.

Friday, June 7, 2013

DC Rides

Visual Stimulation

DC Window Displays

Universal Gear does it again with a proper way to have PRIDE!  



Everyone should be able to indulge in something truly unique and special, and this up-and-coming small leather goods company offers multifunctional pieces with versatile, inspired design. The 202 think's you'll love their gorgeous leathergoods, made of quality leather in bright pop colors and metallics - perfect for the summer season! 
Twisted Aristocrat was founded by Ashton Hodges and Brykyta Shelton in the suburbs of  Washington, DC, where Ashton designs and sews everything in his attic studio.  These handmade goods are made once ordered, with a typical shipping time of  4 - 6 business days!  The name "Twisted Aristocrat” means taking first class, prestigious product and making it accessible to all members of society - fashion is not just for the aristocracy, anymore! 

Their Spring / Summer collection may be found on their website which links all items to there online Etsy Shop.  You'll find a variety of sizes / styles ranging from $40 - $200.  
You can find Twisted Aristocrat in The District at Redeem on 14th St... not Too far from U St.
Their latest addition are these cool Leather Cuff Bracelets available in Women's and Men's sizes  ($40.00  - $45.00) which are simple, modern and unisex.  Wear them with a mix match of other bracelets and you are care free chic!  We love the Chunky exaggerated hardware.   Every things comes with it's own Storage bag.

PRIDE Parade Party at Universal Gear

Universal Gear
1529 14th St.  NW
Washington DC




The Fridge: Aniekan * HKS 181 Paintings

For It Was Written, opening June 7, 7 – 11pm, see the latest from the greatest DC street artists and muralists HKS 181 and Aniekan Udofia. 

Hip hop’s guiding principle of chronicling the culture of urban Americans has been replaced by an egocentric bravado rooted in fantasy. The paintings in It Was Written are born out of the artists' desire to document the importance of the commonly shared narrative to hip hop music. HKS and Aniekan borrow lyrics from the likes of Outkast, A Tribe Called Quest and The Last Emperor to create inventive paintings that re-imagine these classic songs in the visual art arena. 

DJ Nick tha 1da will spin at the opening.

More on our site:

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

LOST on Thursdays

Original Series are back in action with local residents:

Morgan (U Street Music Hall) 
Marko Peli (nomad)



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

• Bottle service & table reservations available upon request.

Come get LOST with us !

POW! Pink Sock & Pocket Gays at 9

POW! It's Pride week. Let's be proud with our Packages, Pink Socks and Pocket Gays. BLAST off your Pride week on Thursday when the Pocket Gays and Pink Sock's Ryan Duncan BANG it out in the booth. Starting at 9 PM SLURP up $4 Absolut, $4 Bulleit, $4 Stella. 

FLASH! Step on up for a very special Pu$$y & Pony show with Pu$$y Noir and Dirrty Pony. 

POW! Is a proud part of the ABSOLUT Masterpiece series. ABSOLUT Masterpiece is a national LGBT contest merging art, music and cocktails. Local artists from 14 markets designed the four foot bottles inspired by a signature ABSOLUT cocktail. You can vote for your favorite bottle everyday until June 30th by 'Liking' ABSOLUT's Facebook page.

This Masterpiece party's guest of honor is Andy Stone's bottle, inspired by the Absolut OUTrageous- a cocktail crafted specifically for the LGBT community to celebrate over 30 years of coming out and going with ABSOLUT.

Pink Sock and Pocket Gays present POW!
9 PM, Thursday, 6/6
2-4-1 Happy Hour 5 PM - 9 PM
Drink specials: $4 Absolut, $4 Bulleit, $4 Stella

Gayborhood Watch at MAD MOMOS

For June, Gayborhood Watch heads uptown a bit to celebrate our Columbia Heights pride. Happy hour will coincide with the launch of "homo-momo" nights at Mad Momos, an exciting new bar, restaurant and beer deck at 14th & Perry Place. Mad Momos is a gay-owned and operated business that aims to be a gathering place for the LGBTQ community.

If you live, work or play in CoHi or the adjacent neighborhoods of Petworth, Mt. Pleasant or AdMo, your presence is required. Come fraternize with the gaybors over a beer or cocktail. Bring your best jokes and stories of misadventures at Target. Wear plaid and roll up one leg of your jeans if it pleases you. And be sure to invite an uptown queer who hasn't heard about us yet.

Happy hour drink specials, 5-7:30 p.m., food and Absolut cocktail specials all night, and music by VJ Tre.


Attention Ladies of the DMV! 

Join our annual jello wrestling competition to celebrate #CapPride13!

Come out, compete, and cheer on your friends by taking great pictures to post on Facebook! 

$10 - 21+ W/ Valid ID
Deejay Black Radio

Hosted by Xavier Bottoms 

Doors Open at 10pm - Wrestling starts at 11pm.

Come and watch, or come and sign-up and wrestle! This is going to be one for the books! 

We will also be selling Capital Pride Shirts at this event if you haven't been able to get one yet!

See you Wednesday!

Phase 1 
1415 22nd St.  NW
Washington DC

THE______ Party

Every Wednesday beginning on June 5th, join me and special guests, The Pocket Gays, at HEIST DC. The inaugural event will be in celebration of Capital Pride, and anyone who wants to party is welcome. Doors open at 10pm, with open bar until 11. Join me for a special toast to Pride at midnight. There's no cover, so there's no excuse. See you there. 

1802 Jefferson Place NW WDC


Kick off Capitol Pride with a good HUMP. DJ Joey O is spinning, Go-Go boys dancing, Happy Hour Prices ALL NIGHT, all for three dollars entrance.

Monday, June 3, 2013