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Buh-Bye Rainy Day Blues: The Indoor Activities D.C. Kids Love

It’s raining, it’s pouring, but there’s no need to be boring! The nation’s capitol is a city of monuments, memorials and museums—the Smithsonian Institution alone includes 19 free (and sneakily educational) museums—and the greater metro area offers dozens of activities that keep kids busy, rain or shine. 83 more words

Indoor Fun


How’s the summer treating you so far? Been keeping busy myself and, as ever, have fallen way behind in keeping my CPFs informed here. In the most immediate past, I had a great time last night at my “local,” Jammin’ Java, for a three-act bill of MYZICA, Cheerleader and Civil Twilight, a show which I’ll be writing up for… 338 more words

Let Us Not Forget the Rock and Roll: Gravity Lens

Rocker Phil Rossi‘s new combo is called Gravity Lens. They debuted new music at Jamin’ Java last week.

Sometimes I play music with Phil… 17 more words


Spring Break Tour '15

Hey all! Week 4 of keeping you updated on my concert-going is now here! I thought that this week I should feature the Glamour Kills Tour, featuring many upcoming bands including ROAM, Against The Current, As It Is, and Set It Off! 893 more words


D.C. Metro Kids Weekend Events: Apr. 10-12

The mantra for this weekend might as well be: Go big or go home. That’s because your Friday-through-Sunday is filled with larger than life happenings, including a puppet-inspired Jack and the Beanstalk show, a sprawling, family-friendly Japanese street party, a hundreds strong Make a Wish walk, and more! 424 more words

What's On This Week

"This is a protest song"

So, I feel the need to write a big, long post about The Homeless Gospel Choir (THGC hereafter), aka Derek Zanetti of Pittsburgh, PA. He opened for… 537 more words

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Battle results

Greetings, (close personal) friends!
Not a lot of time today, but last Friday night, I was a judge at the 12th edition of Jammin Java’s Mid-Atlantic Band Battle, and the evening’s host promised from the stage that I would be posting photos and such from the event here at CPF. 69 more words