Found in 232 Collections and/or Records:
Photo of Gail Shaw-Clemons at work in an art studio.
This is an individual interview of Glendon Hartley in which he discusses his experiences as a Black West Indian mixologist, bar professional, business owner, and Shaw resident. He reflects on the creation of the D.C. chapter of U.S. Bartender's Guild, the camaraderie of the Black bartending community and his knowledge of Pre-Prohibition cocktail history.
The Go-Go Museum & Café and partners collected 11 oral histories, produced two go-go concerts, and organized a major conference on go-go: “Go-Go Preservation Week 2021” in collaboration with the Traditional Arts DC project at Howard University. The Go-Go-Preservation Week panel discussions, concerts, and oral history collections.
This is an artificially created collection of materials related to Go-Go music and the Go-Go music community. Materials include live and studio recordings of Go-Go performances; periodicals and article clippings about Go-Go performers, music, and culture; academic works regarding Go-Go; and ephemera related to Go-Go music and performances.
This collection includes websites covering the history and current events of the Go-Go scene in Washington, D.C.
This collection consists of correspondence, notes, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, legal records, and legislative materials related to Loretta Carter Hanes’ work with Reading Is Fundamental and the problem with sewage and water pipe breaks in Washington, D.C.