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recurring meetings :

weekly strategy+general meetings

every wednesday 6pm

weekly community dinners

every wednesday


one-off events :

Drummer Mike Gebhart & Sonora Enjambre

March 2nd Doors 7:30 Show 8pm

Cover: $5-10 sliding 

Mike Gebhart is a Colombian-American drummer and composer living in Queens, New York.  For his solo show at Casa Del Xolo, he will share a drum set, voice and electronics. Most of the pieces will draw from his first record Co-Pilot, while some will be Afro-Colombian songs, and others will be pieces by his mom.  

Mike performs with long time collaborator Terror/Cactus in Seattle and multiple other music projects in New York while also composing and teaching during the week. In performing solo music, he seeks to create a welcoming and open sound and environment for people to relax and also self-reflect on their own life experiences and influences.

Opening the evening will be a set by local ambient musician Sonora Enjambre aka Dream Diver. Sonora Enjambre defines themself as a Cumbia Terrorista using the Cumbia music and dance form as a political unifying and reflecting tool. 


Super Position // AWP Poetry Night

March 11th 7pm 

The reading will be held at two locations simultaneously, Bulldog News and Casa de Xolo.

The lineup at Casa de Xolo is Alex Mattraw, Endi Bogue Hartigan, Shadab Zeest Hashmi, Lara de la Rosa, Eric Acosta, Sky O'Brien

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Intro to Marx

Lecture on Das Kapital

March 25th 4pm


One-off lecture hosted by CDX on March 25th! Introduction to Marxism will cover the main topics explored in Das Kapital by Karl Marx. Come along and learn how capitalism leads to inequalities in our modern times. Bring a friend to help build class-consciousness! And if you’ve already yelled passages from Das Kapital to your parents or boss in a fit of rage, come along and help us discuss how best to communicate to beginners! 


Lecture by Ian Gwin. Ian is a writer and translator from Seattle, Washington. He holds an MA in Scandinavian Languages and Literatures at the University of Washington. While he's currently translating the contemporary Latvian writer Andris Kuprišs, his own writing has been published in Drifting Sands, Kingfisher, and Mayfly Haiku.

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