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Jos Williams on the February 24 DC People’s Day of Action.
Jamie Horwitz on concerns by the union of Administrative Law Judges over the recent ousting of the DC city watchdog.
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You Can’t Giddyup By Saying Whoa! The U-Liners
Three Chords and the Truth The U-Liners
“May be My Last Time”: Anthony Hamilton with the Blind Boys of Alabama
From “Soundtrack for a Revolution,” screening free in this month’s Bread and Roses series!
Tuesday, February 20, 6p at the Takoma Busboys and Poets, and
Tuesday, February 27, 6p at the Shirlington Busboys and Poets.
Both screenings are free; click above for details and to RSVP.
Engineered by Mike “The Man” Nasella
Produced by Chris Bangert-Drowns