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AXEL F: Back to Basics (Saturday, July 15th 2017)

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AXEL F

Back to Basics

Saturday, July 15th
10PM-2AM
21+, NO Cover
Ten Tigers Parlour-3813 Georgia Ave, NW-Wahington DC

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We are taking it back to basics with this edition of AxelF. It’s summertime, so we are just going to let the music grooves and the cocktails move us through the night. NEW NEWS: Check out the new game room on the first floor and sip our new signature AxelF punch.

Hosted by: Kat
Featuring: DJ Stylus + Jahsonic
Visuals by ED
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AxelF is a party celebrating the best in jheri curl funk, champagne soul and lazer boogie from past and present. Our philosophy is the funkier, synth-ier and crazier, the better.

 

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Where to celebrate Frederick Douglass’s 200th birthday around D.C.

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Frederick Douglass was born on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Although the abolitionist and author lived in New York and Massachusetts after escaping slavery, he spent the last years of his life in Washington, serving as a U.S. Marshal and the city’s recorder of deeds, and living at a 15-acre estate in Anacostia named Cedar Hill.

It is at Cedar Hill, now the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, where the National Park Service will celebrate the 200th anniversary of Douglass’s birth on Feb. 17 and 18. (Douglass’s actual birth date is unknown, and he chose to celebrate it on Feb. 14 later in life.) National Park Service spokeswoman Pya Langley says the two-day celebration will be the biggest celebration of Douglass’s life at any Park Service site this year. “Some of our other sites highlight his life,” she says. “But this is the only site 100 percent-dedicated to Frederick Douglass in the [NPS] system.”

This weekend’s festivities are not the only way to honor one of America’s greatest statesmen: There are tours and events around the area throughout February.

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