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March 3, 2008

Primary Watch March 4


It’s political March Madness!

If, like us, you find the Democratic primaries to be like Christmas, New Year’s, and the Oscars all rolled into one, we have a primary watch party for you:

When: Tuesday, March 4, 6:30pm-10:30pm
Where: 17th St. Cafe, 1513 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 234-2470
Metro: Dupont Circle
Who: DCDL, The Seminal, and DC for Democracy.

Facebook invitation here.


  1. Come walk the walk and raise a glass to fight global poverty!

    Join Solidarity DC, The Cacao Tree, Radio CPR 97.5FM and more for

    With live music from:
    Clube do Samba (DC’s newest Brazilian samba group) &
    Donny Hue and the Colors (from NYC!)

    Wednesday, March 5, 6:00 pm
    Rumberos - 3345 14th St, NW, Washington, DC (Metro: Columbia Heights
    Green Line)
    Suggested Donation: $10 or a new pair of children’s shoes
    All donations go to kids shoes in Haiti, the Dominican Republic,
    Mexico, Africa, South America and the rest of the world!

    Door prizes * Live Music * Local Artisan Chocolates from
    $1 from Rumberos Solidarity Drinks and Appetizers go to the cause!

    HOSTED BY: Barbara Cameron, Jenny Babcock, Amanda Pears, Sandra
    Escobar, Michael Artz, DJ KerO, Alycia Steinberg, Christina Boye,
    Stephanie Hunt, Jeff Smith, Leyda Molina, Danielle Robertshaw, Alex
    Butterfield, Joe Ferretti, John Benedetto & more!

    Solidarity DC is committed to bringing the DC area’s progressive
    community together to have fun and achieve justice, one Happy Hour at
    a time! To learn more or to get email updates on future events,

    The Walk in Our Shoes Global Project provides new and gently used
    shoes to children in developing countries. The Project helps to
    alleviate parasite infection, infected cuts and other health problems.
    The Project brings to light poverty that exists for many children of
    the world. For more info visit

    Radio CPR 97.5FM is NW DC’s community radio station, bringing voices
    and sounds of our neighborhoods to the airways.

    —SolidarityDC • 11:47 am, March 5

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