SUMMER AT THE LINE DC
The LINE DC is where locals and travelers alike meet over arts, culture, and dining experiences. From Pride Month to the 4th of July fireworks (and from staycation to vacation) – Summer 2019 has liftoff.
Pride Month at the LINE DC means wellness programming, cultural events, and public art in celebration of this city’s incredible LGBTQIA + communities.
Check the calendar for the full lineup of free community events, including a documentary screening of Al Nisa: Black Muslim Women in Atlanta’s Gay Mecca, a Queer Zine Workshop with the Library of Congress, and Yoga For Every Body – classes specifically designed as a safe space for anyone who has ever felt out of place, unwelcome, or unsafe in traditional yoga spaces.
Following in the LINE DC’s tradition of public art during Pride Month, “On Belonging” by Shyama Kuver (she|her|herself) will be on display on the façade of the LINE DC throughout the month of June. Utilizing art as a modality for healing, Shyama hopes to communicate spiritual resilience and beauty while also struggling with the effects of systemic oppression on our ability to fully thrive and connect with one another. Learn more about Shyama’s work at www.heartovercrown.com and follow along @heartovercrown.
PRIDE MONTH AT BROTHERS AND SISTERS
During the month of June, Brothers And Sisters Bar is partnering with our friends at Republic Restoratives, DC’s first women-owned distillery, on a special Pride Month cocktail list. 10% of sales of the “Garden Panty,” featuring RR’s Civic Vodka, go towards support of Trans Legal Advocates of Washington (TransLAW).
Re: cocktails, join Brothers And Sisters at the LINE DC on June 18 from 5pm-8pm for a Drag Bingo Happy Hour – hosted by the one and only Jane Saw. Bingo cards will be $2, with 100% of proceeds donated to HIPS DC.
4TH OF JULY
We’ve got the view, you bring the vibes: on Thursday, July 4 we’re hosting guests of the LINE DC on Vela Rooftop for fireworks and the works – including all-local food & drink menus from the team at A Rake’s Progress.
With 360º views of the city and rooms for staycation and vacation – this is one (weather-permitting) party you won’t want to miss.
SUMMER IN THE CITY
This is the season to explore Adams Morgan: DC’s only 24-hour neighborhood is filled with murals and history, local shops and independent booksellers, restaurants representing five continents, and so much more. Get to know it.
Mural detail from “A People Without Murals is a Demuralized People,” the oldest mural remaining in Adams Morgan, and created by a group of Latino immigrant artists. It was painted in 1977 and restored in 2005 by Sol & Soul, a DC artist-activist organization, with the collaboration of artist Jaun Pineda.