Culture Picks!

Black Magic Woman (NEW SERIES)


Black Magic Woman is a new 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. With this inaugural event, we will examine the role of “culture keepers”. Join us Thursday, March 16th.

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LSP Pick!: Cognac Anyone?

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If you love cognac, good food, giving and vibes, this is a great way to spend your Sunday evening. Courvoisier sponsors a three-way challenge that pits teams of chefs and mixologists against one another for charity. RSVP soon, space is limited.

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#LSPFIELDTRIP: DC (06.04.15)

The Blood Quilt

Next in the #LSPFIELDTRIP series we head to Arena Stage for a showing of Katori Hall’s newest play, The Blood Quilt. Join us for a night of theatre and an opportunity to hear from the cast as part of a post-show talk back. Get your discount tickets before May 29th.

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10.15: 9th Annual Black President’s Day & Finding Fela Screening


The 9th Annual Black President’s Day event returns October 15th. What better way to celebrate the birthday of Afrobeat icon, Fela Kuti than with a special screening of the newest documentary Finding Fela in addition to our annual interactive gathering of Afrobeat lovers and Queens. Limited discounted tickets are available for both events. Early ticket purchase is available.

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LSP Pick! Chocolate City Rocks: Double Header (09.13 & 09.14)

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Chocolate Ciy Rocks is a grassroots initiative started in 2010 by Vance “Head-Roc” Levy that promotes a greater public awareness and patronage of Washington DC area’s conscious and cultural artists. Next up, a double header featuring The Hung Tao Choy Mei Leadership Institute and LiL SoSo Productions.

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LSP Pick!: Farafina Kan presents BIRTHRIGHT (08.16)


DC’s Farafina Kan celebrates ten years of West African dance and drumming with their newest production, BIRTHRIGHT happening on Saturday, August 16th at the University of the District of Columbia. From their youngest to their most senior, this all-ages production is not to be missed.

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