Freedom Friday: The Flu Bug Edition

Hey Good Folks!

ThatKellieGirl has the flu bug! 😦

I’ve been trying to fight it off all week, but it finally shut me down.  That’s ok though.  I just need to relax to get better.

I am shut down this weekend, but I hope you aren’t.  So go catch the 30 Americans exhibit at the Corcoran Gallery before it closes this weekend.

Other than that, I am out! 🙂

Peace, Love and Blessings,

ThatKellieGirl

The DC area’s hottest fashion SHOW and high-end bargain trunk SALE returns to Crystal City. Crystal Couture – Show & Sale brings over 40 of the metropolitan area’s most stylish boutiques and designers all under one roof. The one-stop shopping experience lets guests browse discounted offerings on the rack AND on the runway as models showcase offerings of participating boutiques. Shoppers will also enjoy sips from the bar, free make-up and hair makeovers, chats with fashion consultants, music from DJ Neekola, and experience the one-of-a-kind ambiance that is Crystal Couture!

February 7 to February 11

Crystal Couture

1750 Crystal Drive, Arlington VA 22202

6PM-10PM

Get schedule here

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Mike Epps has generated an extraordinary amount of buzz for being one of the funniest comic actors toe emerge in the Hollywood scene.

Friday February 10

DAR Constitution Hall

18th & D Streets, NW

Get tickets here.

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The crazy “Joe Cleezy” will be back in DC to stake his comedy claim as one of DC’s best Hollywood exports .

Friday February 10

Riot Act

801 E St NW

Get times and tickets here

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Join DJs Jahsonic and Bill Source for a celebration of the life and legacy Don Cornelius.

Friday February 10

Liv 2001 11th St

10PM-3AM

FREE

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Cupid’s Undie Run is a unique charitable event in Washington DC. Participants run a 1.75 mile lap around the U.S. Capitol Building in their Valentine’s themed undies to raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.
 
Saturday, February 11
 
The Pourhouse
 
 
12 – 4 p.m. Doors open at noon.
 
Register here

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James Terrell and the Color of Sound brings it on home debuting the blues, some soul and some new songs.  Also introducing special guest vocalist sister Mariessa.

Saturday February 11

Optimism

3301 12th St NE

7:30PM- 12AM

FREE

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You may have heard Christie Dashiell with Afro Blue last season on the Sing Off were  she was regularly heralded by the judges as a wonder. Come see for yourself. She takes the stage at Bohemian Caverns for one night only.

Saturday February 11

Bohemian Caverns

2001 11t St NW

8:30PM

10:30PM

Get tickets here

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DC’s best (only) record show returns to a new (great) venue in Penn Quarter. Free street parking (Sunday) and easy Metro access (Gallery Place). Add over 40 record dealers from all over the East Coast, great lighting, DJs, bloody marys, and food, and you have a great place to spend a (most likely) cold February afternoon!

Sunday February 12

Riot Act

801 E Street NW
 

11-12 Noon – $5 Early Bird Admission
12-4:30PM – $2 Admission

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The US Air Force band kicks off the first installment of the Guest Artist Series featuring true legend and seven-time GRAMMY award-winning vocalist Al Jarreau.  This multi-faceted performer has earned the highest honors in the industry for his work in jazz, R&B and pop styles, including a star on the Hollywood “walk of fame.” A native of Milwaukee, Wis., Jarreau’s career breakthrough came in 1977 when Warner Brothers Records released Look to the Rainbow , his live double album, which was culled from his first world tour from that same year, and earned the vocalist his first Grammy(r) for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.

Sunday February 12

DAR Constitution Hall

18th & D Streets, NW

3PM

FREE

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Celebrate Frederick Douglass’ 193rd Birthday and his contribution to the Women’s Rights Movement with music, presentations, programs on the history of Anacostia, Children’s activities, and lots of talk about the books he wrote, the books he read, and how reading and writing can change the world.

Sunday February 12
 
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
 
1411 W Street, SE
 
10AM-4:30PM
 
FREE
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A free community screening of More Than A Month a film By Shukree Hassan Tilghman. Tilghman sets off on a cross-country campaign to end Black History month. More Than a Month examines what the treatment of history tells us about race and power in contemporary America.
 
 
Sunday February 12
 
 
Busboys & Poets
 
 
14th & V St NW
 
 
5PM
 
FREE
 

2 comments

    • Thanks so much. Slowly but surely I am getting better. I HATE being sick. And yes, DC has some awesome FREE events. These FREE events are always happening in DC. Folks just don’t know about them which is where I come in to spread the good news! 🙂 Have a great day.

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