Fur Sale, DC Laugh-a-Thon, Dr. King Holiday Event: A Day of “Dialogue and Music”

Weekend Haps

  • Come Join Taylor Thomas At The Rosendorf Evans Furs, Clearance Sale at The Doubletree Hotel In Largo Maryland this Saturday From 12Noon Until 3pm.  Don’t Miss This Opportunity To Own The Finest Furs At The Lowest Prices.
  • This Friday at the legendary Howard Theatre, Liv Warfield performs. Doors open at 6, show time is 8pm.
  • On Saturday, it’s the DC Laugh-A-Thon Starring Corey Holcom and Friends with an all-star line-up including Red Grant, Don DC Curry, Earthquake and Chico Bean.  All happening at the Warner Theatre for two shows 7 & 10pm.
  • Stanley Jordan is at Blues Alley tonight through Sunday for two shows each night 8 & 10 pm.
  • On Monday Anthony David along with special guest Carol Riddick will be at the Birchmere for a 7:30 show.
  • Prince William County Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is hosting its annual MLK Youth Oratorical Contest Monday, January 16th at the Hylton Memorial Chapel.
  • On Monday January 16th, The King Holiday, We here at WHUR along with First Baptist Church of Glenarden and Fannie Mae are honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of “Dialogue and Music”.   This all takes place at First Baptist Church of Glenarden from 10am-12:30pm and there will be a special musical performance by The Clarke Sisters.  Come out and join the discussion as this event is free and open to the public.

 

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