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American University police release videos and photos of suspect for hanging Confederate flag fliers

(09/27/17 3:04pm)

Public Safety tweeted at 11:13 a.m. photos of the suspect for the hanging of the Confederate flag fliers on American University's Campus. They also released two more videos of the suspect in Battelle-Tompkins and McKinley buildings on YouTube at this morning. 

Album Review: “We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service”

(11/28/16 7:47pm)

Legendary hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest (ATCQ) released its sixth and final studio album, “We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service,” on Nov. 11. The group’s first three albums: “People’s Instinctive Travels & the Paths of Rhythm” (1990), “The Low End Theory ” (1991) and “Midnight Marauders” (1993) are widely regarded as classics.

Passion Pit, Sylvan Esso and Sofi Tukker combine forces for All Things Go Fall Classic

(10/12/16 7:42pm)

If you were wondering why there was so much mud on the Metro this past Saturday, look no further than the second annual All Things Go Fall Classic music festival. Dedicated festival goers spent 10 hours in the mud and rain to see a hit or miss lineup of electro-pop acts (and Ace Cosgrove).

Q&A: Laura Jane Grace on Prince, Punk and HB2

(04/26/16 5:29pm)

Laura Jane Grace, the lead singer of Against Me!, sat down with The Eagle before her punk band’s show in the Tavern on Saturday to talk about music, politics and more. Next month, Against Me! Will play a show in North Carolina, where legislators recently passed the HB2 bill, which has received enormous backlash from opponents who claim it is not only transphobic, but also discriminatory towards many marginalized groups.

Movie Review: “The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared”

(05/22/15 7:07pm)

On Allan Karlsson’s 100th birthday, he leaves his nursing home through a window, buys a ticket to Sweden’s most remote bus stop and meanders through a series of eccentric events, all while reminiscing on his previous century of life. The wacky film was released in Sweden at the end of 2013 and became the country’s highest grossing film, according to Music Box Films. It appeared for the first time in American theatres on May 8 and debuts in the District on May 22.

Concert Review: Raury brings youthful energy and charisma to U Hall

(04/13/15 8:35pm)

Rising star and shape shifting musician Raury brought his musical talents to U Street Music Hall on April 3. Fellow teenager and local rapper Ace Cosgrove, who performed at AU last fall, opened the show with enthusiasm and youthful vigor that fit right in with Raury’s message. Raury came prepared with the stage presence of a diva and the lyrical content of an activist and a philosopher.

Q&A: The Dodos guitarist Meric Long

(02/23/15 7:33pm)

San Francisco based duo The Dodos released its sixth album, “Individ,” in late January 2015. The group consists of guitarist and vocalist Meric Long and drummer Logan Kroeber, who have been playing together for nearly ten years. The Dodos have a rapidly growing fan base of listeners who appreciate their hard work and focus on the instruments. Long talked to the Eagle about “Individ,” life on tour and his expectations for their show at D.C.’s Black Cat on Feb. 24.