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In about 30 mins, The Glow In The Dark Party will be live and in full effect!!!
1231 Good Hope Rd SE, be here or be ◼️ (at Anacostia Arts Center)
Tonight is the night!!! @shebaneorock @graypoupon @solspoken @mickey_powers @mr1tripleo will present to you #Ride2Freedom #GlowInTheDark #concert… Come out and have the time of your life!!!
1231 Good Hope Rd SE, 9p-12a (at Anacostia Arts Center)
I had the opportunity to speak with artist, author, poet, speaker and educator Bathsheba. She is a phenomenal woman who balances her career as a professor at Trinity Washington University as she pursues her dreams and handles her responsibilities as a wife and mother. Her ability to juggle it all baffles me, and is a direct result of her passion and drive. Her topic of interest is identity. She wants to see individuals comfortable in their own skin; to pursue their goals and aspirations and to ultimately become aware of their own personal strengths. Bathsheba hopes to inspire others to be themselves by way of music, spoken word and other means of entertainment. She’s coined the term “Neo-Rock” as a way to describe the music she creates. “It’s a fusion of alternative rock with different genres (hip-hop, jazz, blues, neo-soul, go-go, etc.)”, she states. I was blessed with a sneak peak of her rhythmic sounds, and it was definitely a treat. Dope beats with a message is what I call it, something the world definitely needs to hear. She has a few shows coming up, so make sure you keep up with her. To find out more about Bathsheba, follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @shebaneorock. Visit her website at www.profoundt.com.