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Freddy Cole Live at Blues Alley

November 26, 2018

Blues Alley presents Freddy Cole December 6-9, 2018.

Cole doesn't apologize for sounding like his brother, Nat "King" Cole. There are certain unmistakable similarities. He plays piano and sings and performs live with guitar and upright bass, just like Nat. Yet his voice is raspier, smokier, jazzier even. But he has emerged from the awesome shadow cast by his elder brother. In truth, his phrasing is far closer to that of Frank Sinatra or Billie Holiday than that of his brother and his timing swings a little more. His vocals - suave, elegant, formidable, and articulate - are among the most respected in jazz. Cole's career continues to ascend as he has moved into the front ranks of America's homegrown art form with a style and musical sophistication all his own.

"Freddy has an impeccable sense of swing … he is, overall, the most maturely expressive male jazz singer of his generation, if not the best alive," The New York Times.

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Blues Alley is located at 1073 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.

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Shop Georgetown on Small Business Saturday Nov. 24

November 14, 2018

When you shop small, it makes a big difference.


Support Georgetown businesses on Saturday, Nov. 24 as part of American Express' Small Business Saturday.


This year, shoppers will receive a Small Business Saturday bag with purchase at any of the participating small businesses (link below), while supplies last. Up to five of the bags given away on Small Business Saturday will include a golden ticket, redeemable for a $50 AMEX gift card.

Check out all of the Small Business Saturday promotions, specials and events in Georgetown here, and #shopsmall.

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The Phillips Collection Hosts Forum on Art and Climate Change Nov. 10

November 7, 2018

The Phillips Collection is hosting an nternational Fforum on on Nature + Art + Climate + Change on November 10, 2018.

Rooted in the institution’s aim to contribute the global conversations through the language of modern and contemporary art. A joint presentation with the University of Maryland, The Phillips Collection’s dialogue this year will bring together leaders across disciplines to discuss the great implications and meaning of “Nature + Art + Climate + Change.”


The program includes presentations by artist Meg Webster, Hannes Koch and Florian Ortkrass (founders of Random International and creators of Rain Room), and Henry Elkus (CEO of Helena) about Helena’s support of Factory in the Sky, the first commercial direct-air carbon capture machine, located in Switzerland.


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