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Tony Presents Look at This Foolishness Comedy Show | Saturday, July 6th

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It’s 4th if July weekend, keep the Fun times flowing!!!

Come join Tony Parks & Trina Love for one of the Best & Funny Comedy shows in the DMV!!!

Headlining Kelly “kdubb” Walker, Hosted by Comedian Stiletto!!!!!

Karaoke, Games & Happy Hour 6-8

Comedy Show starts at 8

Superb Food, Drink Specials, DJ, Vendors, Raffle & Giveaways, Great Tim Guaranteed!!!!

Free Parking lot and street parking

Cancers, come and celebrate your Birthday with us!!!! For table reservations, contact 703~894~7148

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2730 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast

Washington, DC 20032

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#SAVEDC! Help M.I. to Raise the Awareness – Saturday, August 15th @ 6:45 PM

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Help M.I. to Raise the Awareness!

A gun violence discussion with the community & families of Davon McNeal & Carlos General

Saturday, August 15th

Saturday’s virtual zoom which will begin at 7p.m. Please find the enclosed link for tuning in below. The event will be live streamed on YouTube as well as Facebook in addition to Zoom.

Please share with as many in your base as possible!

We have to do something about the continuous loss of life and the disconnection of our youth!

There are many philosophies surrounding the nature of this senseless gun-violence and the cycles of despair that many of our youth are caught up in.

Please plan to participate as we feel that it takes a village to not only come to the table but to remain at the table, as we peel back the layers and address this matter and all of the supporting circumstances that have us as a culture losing our young men and youth daily.

M.I. wishes to extend a very special “thank-you” to the family members who are courageously willing to come forward for the benefit of saving our youth despite the loss and unfortunate situations currently facing their families. The show of humility and understanding is not taken lightly and we are forever indebted to your sacrifice and for you heeding the call.

Login to Zoom link to participate @

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9244574084?pwd=ZmpsZjdOK3VqSVJaOVpJQnF1bHRMdz09

Topic: Help M.I. to Raise the Awareness! #SAVEDC
Time: Aug 15, 2020 06:45 PM Eastern Time

 

Details about the shooting @ https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/davon-mcneal-shot/2020/07/05/16390c1a-bec6-11ea-b178-bb7b05b94af1_story.html

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The Colored Section : The Art of Zsudayka Nzinga & James Terrell RECEPTION

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The Colored Section is the latest work from the creative duo, James Terrell and Zsudayka Nzinga.

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JAMES STEPHEN TERRELL

James Terrell is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Northeast, Washington, DC. His paintings incorporate ideas of ancestry and identity alongside formal concerns of color and composition. Terrell holds a MFA in painting from Parsons School of Design and a BFA from Howard University. He has exhibited throughout Washington, DC for over 15 years, including at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum and the Howard University Gallery of Fine Art. He works as an art teacher in the DC Public Schools.

ZSUDAYKA NZINGA

Zsudayka Nzinga is an acrylic artist from Denver, CO. her career as an artist. Her work is largely composed of messages regarding the experience of the black woman in america. Its aim is to start creating pieces that are definitive around the culture of “black”America as a tribe of new American African people. Zsudayka Nzinga’s work contains a lot of patterns and symbolism. The patterns are inspired by textile fabrics, Ankara and other culture fabric patterns and stained glass. There are often recurring images. She uses stained glass styled line work to communicate things are always in a state of change, coming together or moving apart but all are pieces that tell a story.

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Your Trusted News Legacy! The Washington Informer, Your Community News Source since 1964

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For over a half century The Washington Informer has delivered community journalism that brings perspective and voice to the issues that affect our neighborhoods, businesses, and lives.

A donation of your choice empowers our journalists to continue the work to better inform, educate and empower you through technology and resources that you use.

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