On Friday, the Oakland-based experimental trio Religious Girls are headlining a show at the Cockpit. Organizer Adam Way says the show will be one of the most raucous of the month-long festival.
The event comes as Hollow Earth is ramping up for its recently acquired low power FM license from the FCC, and the opportunities, growth, and challenges that it has created. Specifically, raising a “ridiculous” figure to pay for an expensive new transmitter and antenna to broadcast Hollow Earth’s wide range of community programing.
“It allows people who wouldn’t be heard anywhere to be heard,” Way said. “If Hollow Earth was a person, they would have a heart of gold.”
- Thursday: Talk Metro route optimizations at Link Connections Open House – Capitol Hill and Central Area
- Friday: Smash Putt mini-golf opens for a season at 23rd and Union
- Saturday: The Films of Hou Hsiao-hsien continue at the Northwest Film Forum
- Sunday: The BadWill Market returns to the Rhino Room with its Spring Edition
For more to do on and around Capitol Hill, check out the CHS Calendar.