GET OUT OF TOWN
One of the greatest things about DC? We're really close with our neighbors. Rent a car on the Uber app and have it delivered at the LINE with the Valet service.
HERE FOR IT: INDIE CHEFS WEEK
Part of Indie Chefs Community, ICC bills Indie Chefs as an “anti-food festival” — the communal dinners support chefs, champion social justice, and address systemic issues facing the hospitality industry.
HEAR HERE: Manifest’s K.J. Hughes & Chef Opie Crooks
Meet the creators behind two of DC's newest gathering spots: Manifest and No Goodbyes
The Miss Adams Morgan Pageant
The Miss Adams Morgan Pageant has been a Washington, DC institution since 1987.
FROM J DILLA TO DC: THE AFRICAN RHYTHMS OF PLUNKY, ONENESS OF JUJU AND BLACK FIRE RECORDS
In this special interview we chat with James “Plunky” Branch, Saxophonist of Oneness of Juju, about his history and the impact of this seminal record – which would go on to influence many musical movements to follow, and be famously reinterpreted by J Dilla.
Jamilla Okubo: When There’s a Will, There’s a Way #2
Listen in on Full Service Radio as Jamilla discusses her work, this piece, and how she found her path as an artist growing up in Washington, DC.
In Honor; Of Women
We're especially proud of the newest addition to the 3000+ piece art collection at the LINE DC – in honor of the historic number of women running for office during the 2018 Midterm election cycle, The Lily (the first newspaper for and by women, and recently re-instated by the Washington Post) partnered with the LINE DC to pay public tribute.
Always Look up
With her camera, Tasha James has revealed the contrast and beauty of a city that is at once a home, and an icon.