Last week, the DC Council made go-go our official music. Longtime community figure Ron Moten wants to commemorate it with a museum at his Check It! Enterprises building in Anacostia, a venture on track to open this spring.
Join safe streets advocates for a ride up 9th St NW, to demonstrate the need for the (still delayed!) protected bikeway in Eastern Downtown. Join on your bike/scooter/surry/pennyboard and help send a message. (5:30pm)
Talks: Why we can’t sleep, evolution/gods/ghosts, the morning after
Ada Calhoun discusses her new book, exploring the new kind of midlife crisis facing Gen X women and the unique circumstances that set them apart from generations that usually get the spotlight. (7pm)
Profs and Pints presents “a biology-based look at how humans make sense of their worlds” by a Howard professor. (6 pm)
For a different kind of chat, check out Story District: The Morning After for tales about “surprise consequences and second thoughts.” (7:30 pm)