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Happy Hour For Hope in Adams Morgan

Happy Hour For Hope in Adams Morgan

Check out this event coming to Adams Morgan this Thursday...should be a great cause.

Fashion Fushion: When Art + Fashion Collide At L2

Fashion Fushion: When Art + Fashion Collide At L2

On Wednesday, June 22, L2 is hosting this "Fashion Fushion" event.

Doors open at 6 p.m..

Respect DC Rally- Wednesday, June 22

This notice comes to us from Respect DC:

For the past six months, more than 40 neighborhood organizations, workers’ advocates, ANC officials, community leaders and clergy have worked together to craft an Enforceable Community Benefits Agreement ensuring that living standards and the quality of life for DC workers and residents would improve if Walmart opens four stores in the District of Columbia. Mayor Vincent Gray says he also wants a community benefits agreement with Walmart, but his negotiations with the company have not yet included community representatives.


That’s why the Living Wages, Healthy Communities Coalition will hold a rally to demand respect and their rightful seat at the table in negotiations with Walmart:




New grants structure to ensure funding reaches more organizations and individuals

Golden Triangle Summer Concert Series Underway


This event comes to us from Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans:




The Golden Triangle Business Improvement District (BID) recently launched its 2011 summer concert series, which includes a free concert every Wednesday during the month of June from 5:30pm-7:30pm in Farragut Square Park.  The park is bordered by K Street, I Street, and 17th Street, NW.

Grab dinner from your favorite downtown restaurant and relax in the park while enjoying some of the most popular local music talent in the District.  Upcoming concerts include:


Catania Chairs Roundtable on Planning and Preparations for the International AIDS Society Conference


This story comes to us from Brendan Williams-Kief:

DC Latino Pride Discusses Marriage Equality, Cultural Performances, HIV Testing & More


This event comes to us from Juan Navarro:

WASHINGTON, DC – The Latino GBLT History Project will celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Latino community at its Fifth Annual DC Latino Pride celebration on the first floor of Town Danceboutique, 2009 8th St. NW, Washington, D.C. on Friday, June 10 from 6:00 pm to 9:00pm. LGBT Latinas, Latinos and allies in the Washington Metro area will be treated to an incredible evening featuring guest speakers, panelists, a historical exhibit, appetizers, cultural performances, and Town's legendary cash bar.