Imagine strolling down U street, walking into a seemingly regular bar, descending down a dark stairwell and into a cave only to be met by a full jazz orchestra! This is how I’ve spent my last two Monday nights at Bohemian Caverns. I absolutely love everything about this place. The cave set up is unique and brings a certain element to the room. The musicians are wonderfully talented, many of them changing between different instruments (like flute and sax ), sometimes during the same number. Plus the band leader is fun and the group jokes and interacts with the crowd. It’s just a a very easy going atmosphere where you can close your eyes, tap your foot, and get lost in classics from musicians such as Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie.
Nurses out and about in the district.
Sunday morning easy listening
just when i felt that
my winter would last always
God made seasons change
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau… dreamboat
My favorite snack. (And yes it has to be Jif)
I love it when DC people leave things on the sidewalk to give away. This was a great find!! National Geographic! New coffee table book! (I know I’m a nerd)
Checked out Big Men, a documentary that gives insight on billion-dollar oil deal made between the U.S. and the African country, Ghana. Rachel Boynton also takes us into the West African country of Nigeria to show the consequences oil companies have brought to the Nigerian people. This thought provoking film will leave you wondering if it is possible to trust anyone in this corrupt industry. While American businessmen and African government officials become millionaires, the citizens of these African countries continue to live in indescribable poverty and turn against each other in a fight profit from this natural resource. Through the eyes of Texas big wigs, militant Nigerian gang members, and questionable government officials we get a peek at billion dollar deals that affect us all.
I recommend Big Men for anyone interested in this subject or for anyone (like me) who just wants to learn about something new through someone else’s eyes.