It’s been six months since noise complaints in Shaw spurred go-go to transform from party to protest music. Now, the struggle is evolving: advocates won their first round, and are pushing for public music education, housing and heritage.
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“Urban lifestyles* are about to get more expensive”
Maybe you needn’t worry about consolidating apps—maybe some of them are on the way out. Companies like WeWork and Uber are bleeding cash to maintain market position and other app startups like Wag have never made a profit. Get ready for platform economy prices to go up.
Go to the grand opening of STABLE, a new visual arts studio in Eckington. (It’s in one of those old buildings right by the MBT?) The event will feature drinks and a dance party with DJ Pharoah Haqq. (8pm)
Saturday: Get Down in the Reeds
In its inaugural year, the music festival will bring artists like Aaron Abernathy and Crank Lukongo up to Walter Reed, as well as lawn games, sound baths, and talks on son, African rhythms and the Grateful Dead (12-6:30 pm)
Saturday: Constitutional (n)
Eastern Market Main Street is holding their second Constitutional walking and tasting tour of Capitol Hill. Celebrate the centennial of America’s 19th Amendment and women in civic life. VIP ticket includes a themed treats and 730DC stickers. Cute. (2-5 pm)