1. Go-Go, Graffiti & Punk Rock in 1980s Washington D.C. (GALLERY).

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    Washington D.C. of the 1980s has often been referred to as a tale of two cities: the federal hub of money and power, and "the other D.C." - a predominantly African-American metropolis infamous, since the riots of 1968, for its issues with drugs, crime and corruption. The District of this era was also a vibrant home to street art, Go-Go music and punk rock - scenes that are the focus of a great new exhibit at the Corcoran Gallery of Art Oakley Sunglasses Cheap . Curated by Roger Gastman Knockoff Oakleys Discount Oakley Sunglasses , Pump Me Up: DC Subculture of the 1980s collects photographs, artwork, newspaper clippings, personal artifacts and more - from classic posters for Chuck Brown and Trouble Funk concerts to Ian MacKaye's handwritten lyrics to Minor Threat's "Straight Edge" to an original tagged wall by graf legend Replica Oakley Sunglasses Cool "Disco" Dan Cheap Ray Bans . The composite portrait is a community creatively fertile in the face of rampant civic woes. If you're in the D.C. area the exhibit is on display through April 7th. If you're not, you can buy a highly recommended 300+ page accompanying catalogue and check out a sampler of the show's many, many amazing images here.

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