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Emma G – Rock’n Raftup

In Food, Music by RUNINdc

Get out on the water and enjoy an evening with Emma G performing 90’s pop rock hits at the National Harbor Marina’s Rock’n Raftup Concert Series. Bring your own boat or rent one from Oasis Marina.  Cher addresses the subject of letting go of the pain felt from a broken relationship to embrace a new life. She makes it clear in the …

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Protestors & Trump Supporters Converge on the 4th in DC

In Music, Patriotic by RUNINdc

Photos by Jason Morenz On a scorching hot day in Washington, DC, the parades and concerts were non-existent.  Instead there were demonstrations against racism and police brutality. Protestors marched from the Black Lives Matter Plaza to the National Mall. Members of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RevCom) burned several American flags to the objection of many protestors.  Police in riot gear …

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Le Freak, C’est Chic

In Music by RUNINdc

Similar artists with upcoming concerts Biography “Le Freak, C’est Chic”- lyrics known all around the world and definitive of the effervescent disco era and just one prime example of the influential repertoire that the legendary composer, producer and musician Nile Rodgers (born 19 September 1952) from New York, US, who has built an extraordinary legacy. Born into a family of …

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Capital Blend Spring Concert @ XChange DC

In Music by RUNINdc

The Capital Blend an all-female professional a cappella group made a stunning performance at its Spring Concert in front of hundreds at the Exchange Saloon in Washington, DC. Photography by Jason Morenz Capital Blend is an all-female a cappella group in the D.C. performing all genres of music, including pop, rock, R&B, oldies, and more. Capital Blend has had the …

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Big Top on the Mall

In Food, Music, News by RUNINdc

The Greatest Show on Earth my have come and gone, but the days of circus acrobatics are far from over.  (Ringling Brothers closed in 2007 after 146 years) And this year for the 50th anniversary of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival – a historic stroll down memory lane, how appropriate it is to spotlight the circus, it’s impact on society – …

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Sing along with Jon Adelson at Mr Smith’s

In Bar, Events, Fun, Georgetown, Music by RUNINdc

here’s nothing that compares to singing along with the iconic Piano at Mr Smith’s on a weekend night in touristy and inviting Georgetown. While families with children in strollers and bikes and couples walk hand-in-hand across the street at the waterfront, party goers and birthday revelers filled the long-standing and iconic Georgetown bar, Mr Smith’s  

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H Street Fest 16 – Its a Wrap

In Food, H Street, Music, News & Culture by RUNINdc

Street Festival ’16 is one for the record books and once again another huge hit. From dancers to acrobats there was no shortage of performers. There were lots of exhibits on display along the H Street corridor And restaurants, bars and rooftops were packed with festival-goers. The DC region was blessed with good weather attracting tens of thousands of people to …

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The Music of Peru

In Events, Fashion, Festival, Music, Smithsonian by RUNINdc

Just as Peru is more than Machu Picchu, Peruvian music is more than panpipes. Celebratory songs laced with distinct sounds and rhythms are a centerpiece of every community festival And everyone, it seems, loves to swing to the beat of Afro-Peruvian rhythm.

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After the Skies Cleared

In 14th Street, Adams Morgan, Arlington, Ashburn, Ballston, Baltimore, Clarendon, Crystal City, Downtown, Events, Festival, Foggy Bottom, Food, Metro, Misc, Music, News & Culture, Openings, Patriotic, Pets, Photos, Smithsonian by RUNINdc

by Jason Morenz It started out wet and misty and then in the late afternoon, the skies came down. By 4pm the rain was so hard, the US Park Service had to declare an emergency and opened up museums and federal buildings near the mall for folks to take shelter. The skies came down for over an hour, but once …

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Pre-Social Media Happy Hour @Parlay

In Alcohol, Asian, Bar, Beer, Chef, Downtown, Dupont Circle, Events, Fashion, Food, Food Blogger, Fun, Happy Hour, Hotel, Music, News & Culture, Photos, Pizza, Review, Sandwiches, Steak, Wine by RUNINdc

Photos by Skovra Ltd Parlay was the chosen location for the 3rd Annual Pre-Social Media Happy Hour. What an ideal location in the heart of Dupont Circle-Golden Triangle, a casual sports lounge with a fancy dining area, an awesome bar with the friendliest bartenders and just an awesome place to host an event. Parlay is known for its beer — …

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Jonathan Cheban Party @ Sign of Whale

In Downtown, Dupont Circle, Events, Fashion, Fun, Misc, Music, News, News & Culture, Travelling, Weekly Picks by RUNINdc

Kim Kardashian’s bestie, Jonathan Cheban from the Hamptons arrived in style Friday night on M Street to meet and greet Socialites from all over Washington. There was a lot of handshakes, hugging, posing and great times with friends of Kim & Jonathan — it was quite a #Blast. “What a fabulous Jonathan Cheban party in the Golden Triangle,” said Kevin …

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EU Embassy Run

In Adams Morgan, Alcohol, Bar, Beer, Charity, Cleveland Park, Downtown, Dupont Circle, Embassy, Events, Fashion, Festival, Foggy Bottom, Food, Fun, Fundraiser, Georgetown, German, Happy Hour, Italian, Metro, Music, Sandwiches, Travelling, Wine by RUNINdc

Last year a group of 40 runners informally gathered together to run to a dozen embassies along 13 miles in DC on EU Open House Day. Due to the popularity of the event the run expanded into an organized event doubling the number of runners. The event included a fundraiser at Lebanese Taverna for We Are Family as well as …

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Lemur Conservation Network Launches Next Week

In Charity, Events, Fashion, Festival, Food, Fun, Fundraiser, Music, News, Shaw by RUNINdc

Lynne Venart, Creative Director and Project Manager Lemur Conservation Network Email [email protected] | Web Phone 571.213.6717 | Fax 815.366.7491 Mingle with conservation leaders and friends of Madagascar at the hottest conservation event of the year! The Lemur Conservation Network ( celebrates their launch on March 19th at a party in Washington, D.C. at the Right Proper Brewing Company. The …

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Mardi Gras Bash @ Bayou

In Bar, Beer, Cajun, Events, Festival, Foggy Bottom, Food, Fun, Music, Review by RUNINdc

Fat Tuesday happens only once a year, and unfortunately it fell on the day with the biggest snowstorm to hit DC this winter. The temperature was downright frigid and driving through the city was horrendous.  But Big Easy fanatics from all around the Beltway came out of the woodwork to dance, prance and indulge during the 5th annual Mardi Gras Celebration at …