Oct 4th – Oct 11th 2017
Hello friends!! Join us every Wednesday for the events not to miss in the coming weeks. While our google calendar is great, sometimes events can get lost in the sauce. So here are some events we are excited for in the coming week!!
Who: Pineapple DC
What: Call her the ice cream mogul or the dairy queen, but Jeni Britton Bauer, founder of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, is the woman behind America’s obsession with better ice cream and has been for two decades. We’re talking ice cream made from grass-pastured cows with smooth texture and buttercream body and inventive flavors ranging from brambleberry crisp to buttermilk and churro. Plus did you know, she kickstarted the salty caramel ice cream trend?! Pure genius… Join us in conversation with Jeni to celebrate Jeni’s first DC shop on 14th St NW, which is location #32 in her ice cream empire. Holley Simmons, Washington Post contributor and co-founder of The Lemon Collective and Sill Life, will interview Jeni IRL to uncover her ice cream journey–from art school dropout and former perfumer to the visionary food leader we #pinefor today. Come socialize and enjoy scoops from Jeni’s Ice Cream Truck, which will be parked at Union Market exclusively for pineapple ! Ticket includes conversation, ice cream + wine by Cordial Wine
Where: Union Market 1309 5th Street NE Washington, DC 20002
When: Wed, October 4, 2017 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Who: Roxanne Owen
What: Need a break from your busy work day? Come to the Alliance Française in Dupont Circle to practice 60 minute Lunchtime Flow Yoga in French! Classes will be led by Roxanne, a certified yoga instructor and native française! These classes will be small groups of no more than 10, which means you will have a much more intimate and constructive practice! Prior registration is required due to limited space. Classes run Wednesdays at 12:00PM from September 13th until October 18th (Sept 13, Sept 20, Sept 27, Oct 4, Oct 11, & Oct 18). Single Class Prices: AFDC Members: $15, Non-Members: $18 Please note that we will not be providing mats. We do not have a locker room, but we do have a larger bathroom which can be used as a changing room.
Where: Alliance Française de Washington DC – 2142 Wyoming Avenue Northwest – Washington, DC 20008
When: Wed, Oct 4th, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Who: Martin Amini
What:The Overachievers Comedy Show is a monthly showcase hosted by Martin Amini. Featuring Comedians from Comedy Central, MTV, and NBC. Music is Provided by DJ Bo. For more info visit www.TheOverachieversDC.com. Doors Open 8:00pm. Featuring: Umar Khan (Underground Comedy Fest), Ashley Mayo (DC Improv), Adam Friedland (Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival), Gordon Baker-Bone (Decepticomics)
Where: Drafthouse Comedy Theater – 1100 13th Street Northwest – Washington, DC 20005
When: Wed, Oct 4, 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Who: GNI team and community
What: Come hang out with the GNI team and community at Madewell to celebrate our new brand launch! We’ll have a pop-up shop set up with our GNI merchandise and swag on sale for the first time ever. GNInsiders enjoy an additional 10% off GNI merchandise. (Just show us your Insider welcome email.) Guests will enjoy 20% off $125+ purchase of Madewell items in store.
Where: Madewell, 1237 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA
When: Thurs, Oct 5, 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Why: To Celebrate our new brand launch
Who: Superfierce “The Art of Resistance” Salon Party
What: SUPERFIERCE 2017 is here again!! featuring over 30 acclaimed female artists from across the country and Washington, DC! Pay it forward with 25% of all sales benefiting EBeauty, a non-profit organization focusing on strengthening the charitable and community support network for women undergoing cancer treatments through a wig exchange program.
Where: Blind Whino SW Arts Club, Delaware Avenue Southwest, Washington, DC, United States
When: Thurs, Oct 5, 6:30pm – 11:59pm
Why: 25% of all sales benefiting EBeauty, a non-profit organization focusing on strengthening the charitable and community support network for women undergoing cancer treatments through a wig exchange program.
Who: Khepera Wellness and CYCLED
What: Join Khepera Wellness and CYCLED! for a special rooftop Trap Yoga series. We’ll practice and sip some drinks on the roof together. The class promises to keep you warm as the weather turns (and if the power yoga isnt enough the drinks will surely help!) Be sure to bring your mat and towel. **Special Discount when you yoga with a friend included!**
Where: CYCLED!, 1110 Ripley St, Silver Spring, MD 20910, USA
When: Thurs, Oct 5th, 6:30pm 0 7:30pm
Who: All Things Go Presented by UberEATS
What: All Things Go Fall Classic Announces 2017 Food Lineup, presented by UberEATS. Local favorites Maketto, Buredo, Ivy & Coney and more will be onsite at the three-day music festival at Union Market on October 6 through 8. All Things Go Fall Classic has tapped a delicious lineup of local culinary favorites for its fourth annual music and food festival taking place Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8 at Union Market (1309 5th Street NE). Music fans will also enjoy special All Things Go-themed menu items, to be announced soon. The 2017 food lineup includes: General Food Court (for purchase) •Maketto: This northeast D.C. communal marketplace is comprised of a bakery, cafe, retail shop and restaurant, featuring an interpretation of Cambodian and Taiwanese cooking. •Buredo: Owned by two lifelong childhood friends and D.C. natives, Buredo is known for its handheld, burrito-sized sushi rolls featuring Asian and other globally-inspired ingredients and flavors. •Ivy & Coney: D.C.’s Midwestern ex-pat sports bar is home to all lovers of hot dogs, bad company and alcohol. •Milk Cult: Innovative and uniquely flavored ice cream. •DGS: Washington’s next-generation delicatessen is a nod to the mom-and-pop district grocery stores that brine, cure, smoke and pickle everything served in-house. Exclusive VIP Eats (food will be offered complimentary to VIP guests) •Sweetgreen: Simple, seasonal, healthy salads and grain bowls. •&Pizza: The anti-establishment eatery built on the renown of its creative pies and craft beverages, localized shop design and ampersand-tattooed tribe. •Takorean: The delicious combination of Korean-inspired flavors with a Latin American twist, made from scratch using the freshest ingredients, creates a bold, colorful and balanced food experience. “The All Things Go Fall Classic is huge, so it made sense to get involved with a festival that brings out thousands of music and food fans each year,” says Maketto’s James Beard Award-nominated chef Erik Bruner-Yang. “Not only do we love making good food, but we love helping people have a good time.” Foster the People, Young Thug and Galantis will headline the 2017 All Things Go Fall Classic music and food festival, during an all-new three-day festival experience. The Grammy-nominated band, who broke out with the hit Pumped Up Kicks, the boundary-pushing Atlanta rapper and the Swedish electronic super duo lead a curated lineup of more than 20 electronic, hip hop and alternative acts performing at the fourth annual festival that delivers a one-of-a-kind double dose of top-notch musical entertainment and a culinary experience fueled by D.C.’s most beloved food brands. About All Things Go: All Things Go is a D.C.-based music discovery website and event production company specializing in forward-thinking digital content and curated live experiences. All Things Go events bring together more than 15,000 concertgoers annually, in addition to the global audience AllThingsGoMusic.com regularly attracts. Previous Fall Classic festival headliners include Kygo, Empire Of The Sun, Passion Pit, Future Islands, Tove Lo, Sylvan Esso, Bishop Briggs and Sofi Tukker. The festival has been featured in Billboard, VICE, Pitchfork, The Washington Post and other major media outlets. One-Day Pass: $69
Where: Union Market, 1309 5th Street NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA
When: Fri, Oct 6th, 4:00pm -11:00pm
Who: Mike Costello , Amy Dawson, Ashley Capps and Travis Schultz
What: On Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7, a team of four Appalachian chefs — Mike Costello and Amy Dawson of West Virginia’s Lost Creek Farm, along with Ashley Capps and Travis Schultz of Asheville, NC’s Buxton Hall Barbecue — visit DC for a special popup dinner series at Mess Hall. Together, the chefs have developed a collaborative menu featuring seasonal favorites from each kitchen, as well as storied heirloom crops and time-honored food traditions from their respective mountain locales. Tickets for a special small plate menu are $65/person and include a welcome cocktail made with West Virginia’s Hawk Knob Hard Cider. Beer and wine will be available for purchase at Mess Hall. Till and Forage – Tasting menu for Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7 – $65 including welcome cocktail – Lost Creek Farm: venison sausage hand pies || sorghum green tomato sofrito || garden chow chow – Buxton Hall Barbecue: salt & vinegar pork skins || pimento cheese straws || fried peanuts – Lost Creek Farm: wood roasted sweet corn chowder || shaved country ham || chickweed pepper jelly || burnt and broken communion wafers – Buxton Hall Barbecue: embered blue Hubbard squash || seed brittle || hearty greens || Looking Glass cheese || roasted shallot and sumac vinaigrette – Lost Creek Farm: buttermilk poached salt trout || heirloom tomato aspic || creamed Bloody Butcher grits with red spruce butter || crispy trout cracklins – Buxton Hall Barbecue: pulled pork and chicken liver ravioli || nduja butter || Naomi’s cornbread crumbs – Lost Creek Farm: old fashion vinegar pie || salty paw paw ice cream || creek mint syrup – Buxton Hall Barbecue: black walnut butter cake || coffee cream || chocolate shortbread. Via their traveling kitchen based at Lost Creek Farm in north central West Virginia, Chefs Mike Costello and Amy Dawson share story-rich Appalachian foods at culinary events across the eastern United States. Lost Creek’s heritage-based approach utilizes food as a way to tell important stories about the way people of all backgrounds have connected to the Appalachian landscape throughout time. Defined by centuries of immigration to the region, a pattern which continues today, West Virginia’s food traditions reflect a melting pot that often goes unnoticed, and a complexity that goes underappreciated. In highlighting foods rooted in place, tradition and story, Lost Creek’s menus might include traditional Spanish longaniza sausage passed on by their neighbors in Harrison County, wild harvested ingredients, such as ramps, wild pears, and chanterelle mushrooms, and Appalachian heirloom crops — Homer Fike’s Yellow Oxheart Tomato, Bloody Butcher Corn, Logan Giant Pole Beans, to name a few — grown on their 180 acre farm. In 2018, Lost Creek Farm will launch the Till and Forage Supperclub series, a collaborative endeavor intended to highlight young chefs and farmers, as well as storied traditions in West Virginia and the Appalachian region. Travis Schultz and Ashley Capps first met in western North Carolina at Chai Pani’s MG Road, then opened the acclaimed Rhubarb Restaurant together. Currently working at Asheville’s Buxton Hall Barbecue — Travis, chef de cuisine, and Ashley, pastry chef — the couple takes pride in the quality of ingredients used, enjoy the team aspect of the kitchen, and have always treasured the humble craft of cooking and feeding people. Buxton Hall embodies the southern tradition of all-wood smoked, whole hog barbecue, with seasonal sides, and nostalgic desserts. The restaurant supports local farmers and working with our single-sourced pasture-raised pigs from Vandele Farm in Old Fort, NC. Since its opening, Buxton Hall has received much national acclaim, including being named one of Bon Appetit’s Top 10 Best New Restaurants for 2016. Ashley and Travis enjoy collaborating with other chefs and honoring Appalachian culture and its food stories.
Where: Mess Hall – 703 Edgewood St NE, – Washington, DC 20017
When: Fri, Oct 6th, 7:00pm – 10:00pm OR Sat, Oct 7th, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Who: Taste of DC
What:Taste of DC is the Mid-Atlantic region’s premier culinary cultural festival.Bringing together friends and families since 1989, Taste of DC is a weekend full of delicious bites, beverages and captivating entertainment. See what Taste of DC 2017 has to offer: RESTAURANT ROW WITH 65+ OF THE REGION’S BEST RESTAURANTS, DC’s LARGEST BEER GARDEN, 3 STAGES OF LIVE MUSIC AND CULINARY ENTERTAINMENT, ARISTAN MARKET FEATURING LOCAL BUSINESSES, KID ZONE FOR FAMILY FRIENDLY FUN. TASTE OF DC IS GOING CASHLESS FOR FOOD & BEVERAGES THIS YEAR! RFID technology makes it easier and faster for attendees to enter Taste of DC and purchase food and drinks—with just the touch of a wristband! Instead of using cash or credit cards, you will pay for your food and drinks by activating your “TasteBand” and loading additional “Taste Tokens” onto your Tasteband online in advance or at select TasteBand top-up stations located throughout the festival. Learn more about TasteBands and Taste Tokens below. TasteBand – Basic ($9.99) includes: One RFID TasteBand pre-loaded with one complimentary beverage valid for a beverage in Restaurant Row, the Taste of DC Beer Garden. A commemorative Taste of DC cup to sample all of your favorite beverages. Ability to add “Taste Tokens” to your TasteBand to purchase food and drink from more than 65+ restaurants in Restaurant Row and at the beverage areas throughout the festival. Drink Lovers TasteBand ($24.99) includes: Credit for 4 beverages, including your choice of beer, wine, soft beverage, or water avabilable throughout the festival. One RFID TasteBand. A commemorative Taste of DC cup to sample all of your favorite beverages. Ability to add “Taste Tokens” to your TasteBand to purchase food and drink from more than 65+ restaurants in Restaurant Row and at the beverage areas throughout the festival. Tastemaker VIP TasteBand ($49.99) package includes: A commemorative Taste of DC cup to sample all of your favorite beverages. $25 worth of Taste Tokens, redeemable to purchase food and drink from more than 65+ restaurants in Restaurant Row and at the beverage areas throughout the festival. One RFID TasteBand. Private festival entrance courtesy of Southwest Airlines. Lounge seating for you and your friends. Exclusive access to the Specialty Cocktail corner bar, featuring the region’s best mixologists. Upgraded restroom access. This year, Taste of DC is offering free entry via registration – guests simply need to register in advance to receive their free entry to the event. Taste of DC Free Registration includes: Admission to the festival . All-day entertainment at the Main Stage, Beats & Eats Stage, and ABW Culinary Stage. Access to Restaurant Row at Taste of DC – open from 10am-7pm. Stay for Taste After Dark on Saturday, October 7 from 7-10pm. Access to the Sip Savor and Celebrate at Taste of DC. Tasteband NOT included with Free Registration, must be purchased separately or as part of a concession package.
Where: Festival Grounds at RFK Stadium – 2400 East Capitol Street SE – Lot 8 – Washington, DC 20003
When: Sat, Oct 7th, 10:00am – 10:00pm and Sunday, October 8 from 11am to 6pm
Who: RATED PG BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL
What: Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center’s black womanist festival explores beauty standards, identity, multi -generational traditions, sisterhood, and breaks barriers. PGAAMCC’s black womanist festival is an intersectional look at black women throughout the diaspora. Come join us for a night of live performances, art, vendors, food, and dancing. FIRST BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL IN THE COUNTY!! Exhibition: “Tell the Truth About Me”, “This Hair Deserves a March”, Performance Artists: Jennifer Falu, Anastasia Antoinette, Latasha Alcindor , Joy Postell
Where: Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center – 4519 Rhode Island Avenue – North Brentwood, MD 20722
When: Sat, Oct 7th, 12:00pm – 8:00pm
Who: OPUS 1
What: OPUS 1 is designed to enchant and awe all who come and explore on October 7th. Inspired by the spirit of the woods, OPUS 1 combines art, music and technology to create an enchanting evening in the forest. Immersive art installations, mesmerizing music performances and treetop projection mapping–OPUS 1 presents more than 11 immersive installations for all ages to enjoy including: The Lighting Cloud: An inflatable air pavilion designed by architect Jesse Seegers offers a euphoric performance environment and an iconic backdrop for dynamic projection art. The Dream Machine: Fresh off of the world premiere at Melbourne’s Supersense Festival, Dream Machine takes hallucination-inducing sculpture to an immersive performance environment on the iconic Chrysalis stage, led by Darkside’s Dave Harrington and a host of special guests. EXO-TECH Galactic Hearth: Sophia Brous lights up The Hearth stage with her star-studded improvisational ensemble weaving a strikingly unique palette across wide influences, exploring free jazz improvisation alongside expansive R&B exotica. George Mason Pep Band: Voted Best Pep Band in the Country, George Mason’s Green Machine and its eccentric bandleader Doc Nix kick off the festival with a performance featuring over 50 of the group’s top players and a set of energetic tributes to today’s hits of EDM and pop. Enjoy food and drinks from DC and Baltimore in the Culinary Village throughout the night. Admission is free and open to all ages. Reserve tickets for expedited entry. OPUS 1 is designed to bring art and cutting-edge culture to the new Merriweather District, in celebration of Columbia’s 50th Anniversary. For more information on the full program, visit opusmerriweather.com. The Curator – OPUS 1 is presented by The Howard Hughes Corporation, the developers of Downtown Columbia, and is curated by Wild Dogs International, an art production, curation and design company based in NYC. Wild Dogs collaborate with artists, musicians, cultural and civic organizations through site-responsive interventions of light, sound, performance and projection. Their work has been featured in the Venice Architecture Biennale, the New Museum, Palais de Tokyo as well as public spaces and historic places throughout the world. Learn more at wilddogsinternational.com
Where: Merriweather Post Pavilion & Symphony Woods – 10475 Little Patuxent Pkwy – Columbia, MD 21044
When: Sat, Oct 7th, 4:00pm – 11:00pm
Why: OPUS 1 is designed to bring art and cutting-edge culture to the new Merriweather District, in celebration of Columbia’s 50th Anniversary.
Who: Let’s Celebrate Rumi
What: Schedule of Events – 5:00pm: Meet & Greet with tea & snacks (doors open at 4:45pm), 5:30pm: Ambassador Hamdullah Mohib’s Welcome Address, 5:45pm: Rumi the Refugee: The Silk Road Dance Company performs a Sufi-inspired choreography that follows in the footsteps of Rumi, 6:15pm: Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad’s personal reflection on Rumi, 6:30pm: Dr. Fatemeh Keshavarz, Rumi Scholar and Director of the Roshan Institute for Persian Studies, will speak about “Why Rumi Matters to this Day” followed by an open discussion, 7:00pm: Short break, 7:15pm: Celebrating Maulana’s Heritage: Poetry reading by Professor Hamid Naweed accompanied by flute player Mojib Ghaznawi, 7:30pm: Dinner opens, 8:30pm: End of the event
Where: 2001 24th St NW, Washington, DC 20008, USA
When: Sat, Oct 7th 4:45pm – 8:30pm
Who: Mess Hall
What: NOTE DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THIS EVENT, WE ARE RUNNING 2 SESSIONS. 11AM-1PM AND 2PM-4PM. EACH SESSION LASTS 2 HOURS. BE SURE TO SELECT THE CORRECT TICKETS WHEN CHECKING OUT! Eat and drink signature menu items from 11 (!!!) of DC’s hottest new restaurants with “The Right Stuff” – BEFORE THEY OPEN! Brothers and Sisters & Spoken English at The LINE Hotel by Erik Bruner-Yang
Lucky Buns by Alex McCoy, Maydan by Gerald Addison & Chris Morgan, Bindaas by Vikram Sunderam, Pluma by Camilla Argano & Tom Wellings, Manna by Todd Gray, Chloe by Haidar Karoum, Coconut Club by Adam Greenberg, Eleanor by Adam Stein, Dorjee Momo by Lobsang Dorjee Tsering, Cured DC by Chris Johnson & James Brosch, And featuring cocktails made from donations by our Beverage Sponsors Catoctin Creek, Green Hat / New Columbia Distillers, One Eight Distilling, and Wodka Vodka! You’re gonna be drinkin THIS! “Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind)” with that lineup? Whether you’re a “Cover Girl” or “Dirty Dawg,” it’s all you can eat and drink for two hours, plus the chance to hang out with the talent responsible for these hits-in-the-making. ***IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT ‘HANGIN’ TOUGH’ AT NKOTB 3.0*** Please pay close attention to the Round you are purchasing! Before making your purchase, you must choose: Round One: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM OR Round Two: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Your participation WILL be limited to the start and end times of your chosen round. All purchasers of VIP tickets will receive an EPIC swag-not-schwag bag with goodies galore – you could call it the G.O.A.T. of swag bags – including items from Emporiyum, City Tap House, Hank’s Oyster Bar, Bentos by Mike Isabella, Taco Bamba, Bresca, District Doughnut, Cava, El Techo, Trusst Catering B2L, Pin Up Preserves, Prescription Chicken, Sloppy Mama’s Barbeque, BYOC (Bring Your Own Cocktail), Rappahannock Oyster Company, and JINYA Ramen Bar. ****Disclaimers: Ages 21 and ONLY. IDs will be checked at the door.****** *Please enjoy alcohol responsibly. With Special thanks to: Undying Supporters of DC Restaurants
Where: Mess Hall – 703 Edgewood Street Northeast – Washington, DC 20017
When: Sun, Oct 8th, 11:00am – 1:00pm & 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Who: Sankofa Video and Books and the Washington, DC community
What: Sankofa Video and Books and the Washington, DC community will host the Washington, DC Launch of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book, WE WERE EIGHT YEARS IN POWER: An American Tragedy, celebrating the highly anticipated and timely work of this talented son of the DMV.
“I grew up surrounded by Black books, reared by a father who spent much of his adult life either running a bookstore or a publishing company. I was made, as a writer and as a human, by Black books. Those bookstores that specialize in this literature are sacred. It is, thus, wholly appropriate that I begin my tour with Sankofa.” -Ta-Nehisi Coates.We invite you to join us at this important event, Monday, October 9, 2017, at Metropolitan AME Church, to be part of an intimate conversation with renowned journalist Kojo Nnamdi and Ta-Nehisi Coates discussing WE WERE EIGHT YEARS IN POWER: An American Tragedy. Doors open at 6pm; the program will begin at 7pm. This is a free event but you are urged to purchase your signed book in advance; Ta-Nehisi will not be signing on site.
Where: Metropolitan AME Church – 1518 M Street Northwest – Washington, DC 20005
When: Mon, Oct 9th, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Why: Launch of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book, WE WERE EIGHT YEARS IN POWER: An American Tragedy, celebrating the highly anticipated and timely work of this talented son of the DMV.
Who: Spain’s Eleven
What: A collection of photographic works dedicated to the iconic foods and wines of Spain.
A retrospective of Spanish graphic designer Manuel Estrada and his work on and around food.
Where: 2801 16th Street NW, Washington DC, 20009, Estados Unidos
When: Tues, Oct 10, 11:00am – 6:00pm
Who: Defend Yourself
What: It’s our 20th Birthday, and we’re throwing YOU a party! We’re grateful to all of you making Defend Yourself what it is — whether you’re an organization that worked with us, a student, a community partner, or someone interested in our work, we’d love to celebrate with you! Join us to party — Defend Yourself style! Delicious hors d’oeuvres and drinks. A chance to learn, or practice, your skills. A professional photo booth, where you can get your fierce on! Surprise giveaways. New t-shirts with quotes that you voted for! A wall mural for you to write or draw your own empowerment wisdom. Our new video shorts, showing Defend Yourself skills in action and more! Come connect with old friends and meet new ones. *Please RSVP*, so we can make sure we have enough food and drinks for everyone. Come celebrate 20 years of more safety, more confidence, more freedom, and more fun! Where: Busboys and Poets, 1025 5th Street NW Washington, DC 20001
When: Wed, October 11, 2017, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Upcoming Events Not To Miss:
Who: EdibleDC Magazine Awards
What: The groundbreaking, EdibleDC Magazine Awards, will celebrate the best of the DMV food and drink culture through an award ceremony and reception with fifteen original categories such as Best Chef x Farmer Collaboration, Best Community Garden, Best Local Distillery, Best Local Winery, Best Local Brewery and more…
District Winery, opening late August, in the revitalized Yards neighborhood along the Anacostia River, will serve as the event venue. Tickets get you access to the awards reception where you can meet the finalists and winners, eat food from top local chefs paired with area farmers, and drink fantastic beer, wine, and cocktails from across the region. Tickets are all inclusive and this event is 21+.
Where: District Winery – 385 Water Street Southeast – Washington, DC 20003
When: Mon, Oct 16th, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Why: To celebrate the best of the DMV food and drink culture through an award ceremony and reception with fifteen original categories
Who: Produced by BYT and curated by Tig Notaro
What: A comedy festival!!
Where: All over DC!
When: Oct 26th – 29th, 2017
Why: Cause we could all use a good laugh right now.