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Formed in 1972, Black Uhuru is considered a leader in the wave of second generation reggae bands. They were the first reggae group to win a grammy (1985) and have broken trends playing alongside bands like The Clash, The Police and Rolling Stones

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Twisted variety shows, electropop bliss, Joan Jett, and guerrilla girl bars are the agenda this weekend.

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The infamous Folsom Street Fair is coming up this weekend, featuring fetishes, leather, chains, studs, whips, and every sweaty body part you and the sun can touch.

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Yup, it’s that time of the year again and Folsom Street Fair will be upon us faster than you can say, “Slap my hiney, honey!!”

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D.C. VegFest is a free, day-long outdoor festival at the GWU University yard featuring speakers, food and fashion venders, nonprofits, and cooking demonstrations by locally and nationally renowned vegan chefs.

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The inaugural production of Forum Theatre’s eighth season is Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest, which debuts this weekend.

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Join Food & Friends, along with host committee members, Patricia Hawkins and Rod Mercer, for a free book signing and discussion by John-Manuel Andriote, author of Victory Deferred: How AIDS Changed Gay Life in America, commemorating the 30th anniversary of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

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Beat City is a queer lounge night featuring pure, real Rock and Roll in a queer environment. Everything from Alice In Chains to ZZ Top. We’ll also feature queer rock artists such as The Gossip, Joan Jett, Magnetic Fields, Judas Priest, Faith No More, Bloc Party, Le Tigre, The Buzzcocks and more.

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We hope you’ve all had a great summer and made some great memories.

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These local events will help take the edge of a the school/work-week