Entries by M.K. Koszycki

25 Of The Most Fun Things To Do in DC this December

Christmas, Chanukah and New Year’s celebrations – plus everything in between – await you in this busy, chilly month! Stay warm and have fun, DC. Sunday, December 1 All Levels Yoga Flow x The Yards Local Start your week off with an all levels flow at your local Lululemon. Grab your mat and water bottle […]

Down in the Reeds Organizers, Performers and more Talk DC’s New Fall Festival

Leading up to Down in the Reeds’ first year as a beacon for music, healing and hope in DC, On Tap spoke to four individuals involved in the festival about their roles, contributions and what healing through music means to them. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Aaron Abernathy, Musician On Tap: Can you tell me a little bit about […]

Creative Coworking At The Suites by Galaxy 5000

Entrepreneur Adilisha Patrom has found creative ways to solve her needs and those of the people around her throughout her career. As an interior design student, Patrom was led “on a journey to dive more into the hair extension industry” after her own experience with a scalp infection from her extensions. Fast-forward to today and […]

The Collective Catharsis of Sleater-Kinney

Musician Annie Clark, perhaps better known as St. Vincent, posted a photo of herself in studio with the members of Sleater-Kinney this winter. It was revealed Clark was producing their album The Center Won’t Hold, released on August 16. The news circulated on the Internet for days among casual fans, die-hard riot grrrl listeners and […]

Behind the Bar: Honoring the Past and Future of Black Bartenders at Allegory

How do you honor a legacy that has all but been forgotten by a collective consciousness? It’s an almost impossible question, but the team at Allegory – Eaton Workshop’s literary-themed cocktail bar – is answering it in a way that’s interactive, educational and engaging. Presented in conjunction with multidisciplinary artist Khalil Joseph’s “BLKNWS” exhibit, which […]