What is the LSP life? Anything you want it to be. Our team of writers will hip you to the next in music, art, fashion and culture. Nothing will be out of bounds. If it is progressive, intellectual, futuristic, or just good ‘ole fun, we will pick it. Got a pick for us? Email us at lsppick [at] lilsoso.com.
In November, Kat made her theatrical debut as a member of the cast of Goldie Deane’s Feminine Folklore. Last week, she and Goldie sat down with Aisha & Danielle Moodie-Mills for Politini to discuss the idea of the fairytale and the messages it send to girls and women.read more »
Our new series, Dream Makers, shines the spot light on area entrepreneurs and creatives. Join us for our first edition featuring Jamlya Bennu co-founder and owner of Oyin Handmade. RSVP for entry now available.read more »
Here are just a few small business we think you should support on Saturday. Make your dollars count by keeping them in your local neighborhoods. #shopsmall2012read more »
The Queens’ Stroll returns to U Street this year for Black President’s Day. Join us as we honor the women of Kalakuta with our own tribute that will take place down the U Street corridor and end at Den of Thieves for the official Black President’s Day celebrations. Click the link for details on meeting up, styling and makeup.read more »
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.read more »
The third installment of Head-Roc’s series, Chocolate City Rocks, featured a production conceived and directed by our very own Risikat “Kat” Okedeyi. I Remember U was a celebration of the U Street corridor as it existed in the late 1990′s. With features from of some of the era’s notable artists, the show featured songs and poetry from a time where U Street was buzzing with progressive independent Black arts and culture.read more »