Chris is going to New York City to see DJ's in a Museum. DC has that too.
Brightest Young Things has been informing D.C. where to go and what to do for the last 11 years. BYT Radio will discuss big stories from our online magazine and give our Best Weekend Bets. Time is money. Spend it well.
The Most Grown Man of Them All with Sabrina Kent
Priya Konings is a BYT food writer and photographer. She also does extremely important work in her day job. Related, go to Dino's Grotto tonight. Please.
BYT staff writer Jose Lopez-Sanchez comes on the show to discuss this weekend's By The People arts fest and the D.C. summer concert season. It doesn't suck!
Andrew Grossman is the front man of The North Country. The North Country just released the video for "Don't Quit Your Day Job." Andrew says he hates Instagram. I bet he already posted a photo of the show on his Instagram. See him June 28 at Jammin' Java opening for Ike Reilly.
Stewart Lupton passed away earlier this week. He was 43. This week's episode revisits the BYT Live Session we did with Stewart in the spring of 2008.
Jason Dick is the Deputy Editor at CQ Roll Call and host of the Political Theater podcast. We discuss the how and the why of two D.C.s.
Nevin Martell is a freelance writer specializing in food, travel, and parenting. He's the author of multiple books but he's on this week's episode to talk about the upcoming New Kitchens on the Block.
Robin Bell is a visual artist working on the facades of building. His work appears live for minutes at a time. It lives on via social media forever.
Resident BYT Beer Expert Phil Runco joins the show to discuss some of his most recent pieces including Brites of Spring: D.C.'s Best Warm-Weather Beers and Freshly Tapped: Bluejacket & Ocelot's Mixed Up / Town Down.
Michelle Cleveland from Capital Sports Ventures and Dustin Scott from Color of Cycling join the show to discuss the upcoming DC Bike Ride