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Win a pair of tickets to see Ladytron from The New Gay!

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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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Hope Chest, a special event featuring artwork by DC/Baltimore artists Mariah Anne Johnson, Becca Kallem, Chandi Kelley, Michelle McAuliffe, Erin Murray, Elle Perez, Katherine Sifers, and Dafna Steinberg, is hosting an opening reception on Thursday.

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Win a pair of tickets to see Girls at 930 Club from The New Gay!

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Happy weekend, TNG readers! Between earthquakes and hurricanes, Mother Nature is letting us know loud and clear that change is in the air. In honor of the last weekend before Labor Day Weekend, I’ve chosen the song Summer’s Gone by The Wrong Words. For more ways to celebrate, check out this weekend’s events below.

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The Eggplant Faerie Players are coming to the DC Center this Sunday.

The Eggplant Faerie Players use juggling, circus , music, drag, storytelling and theater to tell their tales of country life. Faerie Players MaxZine and TomFoolery are joined by Chicago bassist/cellist Maya Jensen for this tour. This show reflects their experiences of living in a queer intentional community in Tennessee for the last 17 years.

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For its final act, DC’s only theater company dedicated to smut, Cherry Red Productions, will take on the dirtiest joke of all time, The Aristocrats. And as any theatergoer familiar with the company’s record of expertise in the art of bodily fluids will assure you: they’re just the folks to do it.