EXHIBITION: Whiskey, God and Women

Whiskey, God and Women is a new exhibition curated by LSP founder Risikat “Kat” Okedeyi. Featuring work by DC-based artist Rodney “BUCK!” Herring, this one-man show is a culmination of ten years of work around the tensions that are managed as a Black man in America. The exhibition runs through September 29th at MilkBoy ArtHouse in College Park, MD.

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AxelF: School’s Out @Ten Tigers

School is out (at least for the kiddies), so let;s have some fun! We are back at Ten Tigers for another edition of AxelF. The crew is ready to give you all of the summer loving jams in a COVER FREE environment. Assemble your crew and come through!

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RSVP TODAY! fut-bol: a fete for /peh-LOH-tah/

Rep your favorite team and bring your flag! In celebration of Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s newest work, /peh-lo-tah/, being featured at The Kennedy Center (June 9-11), LSP is proud to present this soccer-inspired kick-off and meet and greet. We have a smashing line up of dj “matches” and we covering all of the sounds associated with this global sport. This event free and open to the public 21+ with RSVP.

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Save the Date! ‘Can I Kick It?’ Comes to Freedom Plaza (JUNE)

Weekly outdoor screenings of martial arts flicks with a dj live scoring said flicks using a blend of Hip Hop, Soul, Funk and more, what’s not to like? After experiencing a session of Can I Kick It? we have no doubt that you will want to be part of this epic display of Shaolin Jazz brilliance. Every Tuesday in June come get your fix.

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LSP Pick!: Vikter Duplaix + Kiss-N-Grind (06.03)

Five years ago we brought Kiss N Grind to DC and it was LIT! Saturday, June 3rd Vikter Duplaix is back at The Filmore with his good friend Talib Kweli bringing sexy back in all forms of musical fancy. This is a dance party, so get your two step ready for the summer kick-off. #kissngrinddc

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REGISTER TODAY! Black Magic Woman: The Art of Conjuring

Black Magic Woman is anew series designed to highlight, celebrate and inform the public on the variety of ways Black women create, uplift and restore their communities and society at large. In this edition we look at the art of conjuring.

We begin with a group discussion around creating ritual and sacred space and then move into mini workshops that offer a basic understanding of crystals and astrology. We round out the evening with individual craft work as we build or add to our toolkits. Space is limited to 30 attendees and fee includes materials.

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