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Creatives Picks!

In our latest edition of 5Questions, meet photographer Lisa Brown. She will be one of our featured writers and sharing some of her adventures beginning this month. ...

Maryam Fatima Foye is a creative entrepreneur thriving at the intersection of artist, community advocate and Momma. Her work seeks to critique and influence the way society responds to social and racial inequities. Also, she is so much more. With Tribefestdc around the corner, we...

You ever hear a song for the first time, and somehow, days later, you are still humming the melody? Well, Middle Ground is that, but in short film form. It's the project that keeps churning, even after you have finished binge-watching---leaving you hungry for more. The...

Kat hosts a new series with a familiar twist. The Compilation Series launches Friday, March 29th with Aaron Abernathy and his new project EPILOGUE. Space is limited, and free with RSVP....

Meet Diallo Sumbry a fellow cultural architect and leader of The Adinkra Group, a cultural arts organization based in Mt. Rainier. We asked him about the Year of Return festivities taking place in Ghana. Check out his answers to our five questions....

Ethiopian artist Gelila Mesfin first gained notoriety for her reworking of famous Black women into traditional African motifs. Since then requests for her art have grown. From June 16th-July 21st, her work will be featured at the Sew Creative Lounge. Kat will moderate the artist...

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...

We are super excited about this upcoming gig and you should be too! Come around to the first Princeversary, who better than The Revolution to be part of our tribute to the Beautiful One. Get your tickets now. This is going to be epic....

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”....

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