Freedom Friday: Snow Flurries Edition

Hey Good People,

Did ya’ll see those snow flurries today?  Winter is officially here!  I will be getting ready for another snowmaggeddon.  I just want to be on the safe side. 

It still amazes me that folks here still do not know how to drive in the snow. *smh*  Growing up in the midwest, we were  prepared.  And if not, we knew how to sit still and let God do his work. 🙂  And after the snowing  and shoveling, we had snow ball fights, built snowmen, went sled riding and finished it all with a cup of hot chocolate.  YUM!!!!  I guess I am looking forward to winter.  I am also looking forward to the weekend.  🙂  Check it out!

Side note: Why Marion Barry got a reality tv show? *lol*  Only in D.C.

Come out for a night of great music with Grammy nominated N’dambi and special guest Zo! performing and Phonte of The Foreign Exchange hosting!

Friday, December 10

Black Cat

1811 14th St. NW

Show: 10PM

Tickets: $10 Adv/ $18 Door

Get tickets here.


The third annual Cheap Art Sale will host artists from across the city who will show and sell original works of art, and donate half or more of all the proceeds to the nonprofit Girls Rock! DC.  All art will be priced at $50 or less.  The Cheap Art Sale is an opportunity for shoppers to purchase unique holiday gifts and one-of-a-kind items.  Participating artists include Leslie Andrus, Lely Constantinople, Mike Ferguson, Sha Grogan-Brown, Floyd Knight, Tom LeGro, Gina Matchitt, Les Telusan, Lisa Marie Thalhammer, Frank Turner and others.  Artwork sold will include paintings, screen printed goods, lots of photography and more.

Saturday, December 11

La Casa

3166 Mt Pleasant St NW



Iyanla Vanzant will be speaking about her most recent book, Peace from Broken Pieces.”  The book  recounts the last decade of her life and the spiritual lessons learned—from the price of success during her meteoric rise as a TV celebrity on Oprah, the Iyanla TV show (produced by Barbara Walters), to the dissolution of her marriage and her daughter’s 15 months of illness and death on Christmas day. Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Iyanla shares why everything we need to learn is reflected in our relationships and the strength and wisdom she has gained by supporting others in their journeys to make sense out of the puzzle pieces of their lives.

Saturday, December 11                                                      Saturday, December 18th

Hosted by BZB                                                                        Hosted by Sister Space

Shiloh Baptist Church                                                          Plymouth Congregational Church

1510 9th St NW                                                                       5301 North Capitol St NE

1-3PM                                                                                          3-6PM



Shine On Me and HipHopLivs presents Erick and Parrish Making Dollars (EPMD).  This is a show you don’t want to miss.

Saturday, December 11


2001 11th Street NW


Get tickets here.


Learn about the “TextUAlive” campaign objectives, commit to safe driving, and experience LIVE MUSICAL PERFORMANCES by Hidden Beach recording artist Jeff Bradshaw, Strathmore resident artist, the Green Violinist, and Grammy nominated, urban-alternative/Soul artist, Carolyn Malachi. “TextUAlive” is a grassroots campaign to end distracted driving using the arts and social media. The campaign illuminates the dangers of distracted driving, reinforces proper driving habits, and obtains safe-driving commitments from American motorists. Redeem your commitment to safe driving for discounted admission to the 2011 CASRAM Festival opening night. Cosponsored by 89.3 FM WPFW, Smart Chicks, Inc and CASRAM.

Sunday, December 12

Busboys and Poets

5th & K Sts NW


$10 cover

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