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Earthday DC becomes Broccoli City

The Sunday, the best thing going in the DC area is the Broccoli City Fest for Earthday 2012 at the Nationals Stadium DC Fairgrounds.  BC Fest is an outdoor festival with a clean conscience complete with live music, sneaker recycling, healthy food trucks, yoga, and a pop-up marketplace with environmentally conscious goods.  For tickets visit

See you on the green! #Earthday2013 #BCFest #DadsRule


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DC Love Fest

If you are in the DC area on May 11, please check out DC Love Fest at the Washington Convention Center.  The event has a host of DC’s most talented artists as well as being headlined by internationally known recording artists …

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plus acts like Black Alley, Lysette Titi from Nicki Minaj/Backyard camps, John Michael, B. Blunt, Kyonte, and more.

The pre-mother’s day festival has wonderful vendors and boutique trunkshows along with food, bars, and VIP areas.

Also come celebrate the new album release of Raheem Devaughn “LOVELAND” on

Saturday, May 11, 2013
@ Washington Convention Center
Doors open at 7:00pm and Performances start at 8:00pm

Tickets can be purchase from Daddyscool HERE

Happy Birthday Kurt Cobain

February 20, 1967 singer Kurt Cobain entered the world. Although he left us and MOST importantly left his daughter too soon, he left us with what “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” #AMEN

Check out this tribute to the 27 Club (a group of famous musicians dead at age 27) by DC area band Black Alley.  In the song, “Club 27,” they run through a medley of live renditions of songs by Amy Winehouse Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Nirvana (Kurt Cobain).

introducing Black Alley

Black Alley takes on the historic Howard University’s Cramton auditorium and a formidable soul singer, Chrisette Michele (No link. You’ll have to google her because I am not a fan)


Behind the Soul Garage > episode 1

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