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Tuesday, October 25th, 2011
12:53 pm
Dance Exchange in Takoma Park
Hi, all! I'm writing from Dance Exchange in Takoma Park. We've started a HOME Series this year with weekly Thursday events that run the gamut from workshops to crafts to retro parties.

We've got a lot going on!Collapse )

Unless otherwise specified, all events will take place at:

Dance Exchange
7117 Maple Ave
Takoma Park, MD 20912

You can check out these events and more at our website.
Thursday, April 22nd, 2010
8:20 pm
Calling All Women!!!!!!
Enhance relationships from the bedroom to the bank. Be your own boss! Passion Parties, the leading sensual products party plan is seeking independent consultants to help meet growing the demand of in-home parties. Get paid to party! No experience needed. Training provided. Host a party (free Products, Hostess Specials and more!), order online or join the in-home party-plan industry.

Do you want a job worth having? Are you looking for a better future? Come join my team of Toy Divaz and make you wildest dreams come true. I have my own business with Passion Parties. We are dedicated to improving relationships through in-home presentations of our sensual products and empowering women everywhere. There is no experience needed, all training is provided, unlimited income, unlimited opportunities. Owning your very own business has tremendous benefits! I know a lot of women are struggling financially, so if you are one of those women but you really want to become a consultant, let me know and we can work something out. I'll help you get started as soon as possible!

Email me for more details! Ask all and any questions you have!
O.o°•Every time I go to work, I end up at a party•°o.O
Follow iPassionateOne on Twitter
Parties by Dee

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Current Mood: cheerful
Wednesday, April 14th, 2010
2:06 am
Hate in the Box live at DC Bound: Decadent Circus! This Friday, Apr. 16th!
Join us under a Blacklight Big Top this month for a night of Mayhem at the BOUND Decadent Circus!

This night features more awesome than you can shake a stick at with a Blacklight Ball pit, Neon Body Painter, kinky carnival ride, Circus treats, Electro play, blacklit Dungeon and of course, my band Hate in the Box, bringing candy coated horror rock all the way from New York City!

Come as kinky clowns, racy ring masters, Jesters, lions and tigers and bears- oh my!
Circus, blacklight reactive, leather, latex, fetish... you get the idea ;)

RSVP on the Facebook invite and get in for $10!!! That's $5 off the door charge just for clicking YES! You also get more info on the event and performers as well as detailed directions http://tinyurl.com/y7rkjw5

If you don't have facebook get your details at www.bound.org

Friday April 16th
@ The Loft Warehouse
411 NY Ave, NE DC
9pm to 3am
$10 w/RSVP and in theme or fetish attire

Lollypops and Nightmares,
Rainbow Blight
AOL Inst Msngr : HateInTheBoxBand
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/hateinthebox
Twitter: RainbowBlight
New Album now on iTUNES!

Want to hear more songs for free? Sign up!

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008
10:15 am
SUBMISSIONS OPEN for DC Shorts Film Festival 2009
Submissions are now open for the 2009 edition of the famed DC Shorts Film Festival! Visit the updated web site at http://dcshorts.com

DC Shorts turns the spotlight on truly independent short films, created by new and established filmmakers in an era when the art of filmmaking is opening to all. We select films from every genre for our competition screenings — with a special focus on films created by metropolitan Washington, DC-based directors and writers. After each screening, filmmakers have the opportunity to speak to the audience as part of a moderated panel.

In 2008, DC Shorts reviewed more than 750 entries from around the globe. We selected 103 short films for screenings at 8 showcases during the competition weekend of September 11-14, 2008, with each show featuring an average of ten short films. Since a major focus of the event is the inclusion of filmmakers, many of the films were represented by the more than 108 filmmakers in attendance from 8 countries. More than 2,600 people attended the screenings.

DC Shorts gives ALL ENTIRES feedback -- a point which impressed MovieMaker Magazine to name us as "one of 20 festivals worth an entry fee," AND as "one of the leading film festivals" in the country.

THE EARLYBIRD DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 15, 2009.  Submission fees go up after that date -- so enter now and save!

I look forward to seeing your new works!

- Jon Gann
 Festival Director

PS: If you have a film of Asian or European interest, check out the new EuroAsia Shorts Film Festival at http://euroasiashorts.com  Low fees, unique themes, and screenings at embassies and cultural centers throughout Washington DC.
Friday, November 7th, 2008
11:55 am
Acumen live at Exposure Next week!

Live at
Acumen Nation, Cyanotic, Dj Acucrack
Thursday, 11.13.08
LIV Nightclub
2001 11th Street NW Washington DC 20001
18+ event | cover $10.00
open 9:00 PM - 2:00 AM

oh no a flyer!Collapse )

Current Mood: excited
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008
8:55 am
League of Women Voters Voting Guides
The Maryland League of Women Voters have posted their regular non-partisan Voting Guides

They provide balanced analysis of the ballot initiatives as well as questionnaire responses from the candidates.

Current Mood: contemplative
Monday, October 20th, 2008
2:32 pm
Exposure's First Halloween Party!
Next week

Exposure's first Halloween Extravaganza!
DJ Steve Archer
Dj Liebchen
Dj K
Performance by:
Dance Afire
Photo booth by:
Larry Bradby
Costume Contest, Prizes, Vendors and More!

Sweet DreamsCollapse )

Current Mood: busy
Friday, August 1st, 2008
10:09 am
Gender Public Advocacy Coalition
Fall Internships Available!!!

GPAC's Academic Internship Program is designed to give students and youth an opportunity to work with the only national organization working to guarantee every American's right to express their gender free from stereotypes. Interns can expect to benefit professionally from this opportunity while making substantial contributions to the organization's work.
The Gender Public Advocacy Coalition works to ensure that classrooms and communities are safe for everyone to learn, grow, and succeed - whether or not they meet expectations for masculinity and femininity.

Internships Available:
• Administrative
• News Media/Communications/Public Education
• Development
• Research
*Complete Intern Descriptions available online at www.gpac.org.internships.
Term: September – December

Application Deadline:
August 15th

We encourage you to get your application in as early as possible so that we can begin the interview process well before your internship starting date. You can submit an application at any time, but please be aware that we may not be able to process late applications unless additional spots become open.

The majority of internships are for academic credit and unpaid.

To apply, please fill out the online application at: www.gpac.org/internships.

For more information, go to: www.gpac.org/internships or contact Brittney.Hoffman@gpac.org.
Brittney Hoffman, Program Manager for GenderYOUTH
Gender Public Advocacy Coalition (GenderPAC)
1731 Connecticut Ave. NW, 4th Flr WDC 20009
Brittney.Hoffman@gpac.org www.gpac.org
Phone: 202.462.6610 Fax: 202.462.6744
Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008
9:20 pm
Women's shelters near Olney, MD? Looking to donate new toiletry items. Or well, any other non-profit that wants toiletry items?
Thursday, June 19th, 2008
10:08 am
Washington Improv Theater's Summer Brew
Washington Improv Theater is gearing up for their summer run of improvisational comedy shows, starting Thursday, 6/19 (that's tonight!) and continuing through Saturday 7/12. Featuring:
Home Brewers' Kit
Kick the weekend off right ... Thursdays WIT brings you an assortment of freshly brewed shows with all new formulas and ingredients. Taste a different combo each week, including at least one WIT premiere in each batch. It doesn't get fresher than that!

On Tap Domestic
Cool off your weekend with a deep sip of WIT's summer brew. We've taken our old hat formula of a "consistent schedule" and fermented the heck out of it to come up with something that's got a little more kick. Each Friday and Saturday night serves up two distinct performance pairings to perk up your palette. Find a mix with the flavors you'd like to try, or just find the date you want and leave the choice to us. If variety is the spice of life then this summer WIT is … spicy.

Special Guests Tongue & Groove
A foreign import from Philadelphia this troupes shows range from lager to light. Their inspiration comes from the personal experiences and emotional intensity of the audience, so every show, no matter the flavor, always tastes just right.

For more information, visit the WIT website
Thursday, June 5th, 2008
11:58 pm
Writer's Center Open House
The Writer's Center is hosting an Open House this Saturday June 7th from 12 PM until 3 PM. If you're in Bethesda on Saturday, stop by 4508 Walsh Street and check out our center. You can meet the workshop teachers, buy used books by the pound (only $1 per pound), and have some coffee with the community. If you really like us, you can become a member. If not, we only ask that you not throw things at us.

Bring on any comments or questions.

Current Mood: tappitytaptap
12:40 pm
Writer's Center Workshop: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing
 The Writer's Center in Bethesda, MD is now offering a Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Workshop.

Have you ever wanted to write science fiction or fantasy? Brenda Clough is teaching a workshop for the aspring Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novelist. This workshop will help you through emphasis on plot and character-oriented fiction and on what makes a story suited to be science fiction or fantasy. We will work on revising and rewriting our stories to hone them into their best form. This workshop is open to both teenagers and adults. Bring 10 copies of your manuscript to the first session.

About the Instructor: Brenda Clough has written seven novels, including her most recent, Doors of Death and Life. Her short stories have been published in numerous magazines, including Analog SF Magazine and the anthology Starlight 3. Other work has appeared in SF Age, Aboriginal, Marion Zimmer Bradley Magazine, and many anthologies. She was a finalist for both the Hugo Award and Nebula Award in 2002.

You can register for this class or check out our other classes at www.writer.org

The Writer's Center is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. Contact us at postmaster_at_writer.org
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008
3:22 pm
DC Shorts Film Festival - FINAL Deadline approaching!
Attention all Filmmakers and Writers,

This is a reminder that the final deadline for submissions for the 2008 DC SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL is fast approaching -- May 1 -- that's right, in a week!

Register your SHORT FILM or SCREENPLAY today by clicking http://dcshorts.com/submissions  The registration fee is $40 ($35 for students)

All entries will receive feedback and comments from the judges -- that's worth the price of entry alone!  And those selected will play in one of the fastest-growing and "most important" short film festivals -- as reported by "MovieMaker Magazine"

So, get in before it's too late.  http://dcshorts.com/submissions
Friday, March 28th, 2008
12:12 pm
DC Shorts Film Festival - Regular Deadline approaching!
Hey guys, I’m here to remind you that the deadline is fast approaching for the DC Shorts Film Festival! In fact, it’s just over two weeks away –April 15th!

What is the DC Shorts Film Festival, you may ask? The DC Shorts Film Competitions spotlight truly independent short films (under 20 minutes) in every genre, created by new and established filmmakers. There are many categories to enter — lots of cash prizes and limited distribution deals to win!

Don’t forget about the Screenwriting Competition going on as well. The DC Shorts Screenplay Competition for scripts under 15 pages. Finalists will be performed in front of a live audience to compete for a $2,000 cash award and a guaranteed slot in DC Shorts 2009.

Mail films and materials to:

DC Shorts Film Festival
1317 F Street, NW, Suite 920
Washington, DC 20004
Monday, January 28th, 2008
2:06 pm
Now Accepting Submissions - 2008 DC Shorts Film Festival
Submissions Now Open!!!

2008 Competitions:

    * DC Shorts Film Competitions spotlight truly independent short films (under 20 minutes) in every genre, created by new and established filmmakers. Many categories to enter — lots of cash prizes and limited distribution deals to win!.
    * DC Shorts Screenplay Competition for scripts under 15 pages. Finalists will be performed in front of a live audience to compete for a $2,000 cash award and a guaranteed slot in DC Shorts 2009!

MovieMaker Magazine calls DC Shorts “one of the nation’s leading short film festivals.” Filmmakers enjoy fabulous parties, city tours, and are provided with housing, meals and transportation. But most importantly, they enjoy the opportunity to meet and learn from other filmmakers — an experience that comes from the premier showcase dedicated to short films and the people who make them.

In 2007, DC Shorts reviewed more than 500 entries from around the globe. We selected 89 short films for screenings at 8 showcase, with each show featuring an average of ten short films. Since a major focus of the event is the inclusion of filmmakers, many of the films were represented by the more than 100 filmmakers in attendance.

For more information, please visit our page here.

Best of the Fest!
Two different shows, One Great Night

Friday, February 8, 7:00pm and 9:30pm and Saturday, February 9, 7:00pm and 9:30pm
Goethe-Institut of Washington, 812 7th Street NW (Metro: Gallery Place)

$10 per show, $15 for the evening. Tickets available here or at the door (cash only).

See selections from the Best of DC Shorts 2007! Many of these films have gone on to play festivals, theaters and television broadcasts around the globe. See movie list and descriptions here.
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008
10:52 am
Odenton Jazz This Friday w/Renee Collins Georges
Odenton Jazz -- Friday Night!
Featuring Renee Collins Georges
@ The Village at Waugh Chapel Community Center

Have you felt the winter chill in the air? Are the short days and long nights getting you blue? Let your soul be soothed from 7-9 PM this Friday night, January 25th, by the vocal stylings of Renee Collins Georges, former back-up singer for Ray Charles. This is some of the best jazz we've brought you yet. You don't want to miss it! You can reserve your $8.00 tickets in advance by emailing musicschool@arkanddove.org with your name and the number of tickets you'd like us to hold by Thursday, January 24th. Tickets are $10.00 at the door, so get those reservations in! And bring a few extra bucks for dinner, provided once again by the West Arundel Lions Club.

Just a reminder that we will be at the Village at Waugh Chapel Community Center for January and February as our facilities are under construction. The Community Center is located in the Village at Waugh Chapel Shopping Center located at the intersection of Rt. 3 and Waugh Chapel Rd. The Community Center is across from Robert Andrew's Salon.

While you're at it, you can also reserve your tickets for February 15th, our special Valentine's Jazz. It's a great chance to spend some quality time with that special someone, and hear some great music, too.

Craig Sparks
Program Director

Ark and Dove School of Music
8424 Piney Orchard Pkwy
Odenton, MD 21108

(If this is too long, tell me and I'll put it behind a cut)
Tuesday, January 8th, 2008
4:03 pm
Orange men
Have you guys noticed the cut outs around the city of men in orange. It seems strange and I have a feeling it is only the beginning...
Thursday, January 3rd, 2008
5:38 pm
Plasma "donation"
In college (in Florida), I donated (ahem, sold..) plasma when I needed some extra cash. Are there any labs/ other places that do this sort of thing in the area? Im in Columbia, but willing to drive if it is not too far (maybe 20-30 mins). Google has not produced any helpful results.

Friday, November 16th, 2007
6:35 pm
Turkeys & Charity
My work hands out frozen turkeys to every employee on the Tuesday prior to Thanksgiving. However, I am vegetarian and therefore won't eat the aforementioned turkey. I considered not taking mine this year (this is my first Thanksgiving as a vegetarian), but I figured there is probably a charity/nonprofit/food kitchen type organization who could use it for their Thanksgiving meal. I live/work in Jessup and am not going to have time to drive far that night.

Anyone know of a charity within 15 mins (driving) or so of Jessup/Columbia who might be able to put this turkey to use? Im sure I could find someone to give it to, but I figure a charity would appreciate it more.

Thanks in advance!

Thursday, August 9th, 2007
12:30 pm
Japanese Steak House
My bf wants to go to a Japanese Steak House for his birthday--the kind where the chef cooks at the table or in front of you. (Food Porn Dinner Theater!) There are none local to us--Anyone have a good reference? The closer to Anne Arundel Co the better. Thanks!
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