Next week marks the unfortunately undercelebrated and totally wonderful holiday of 3.14, or Pi(e) Day! In California, I tagged along in college to supreme math nerdery in a kitchen of mad scientists who every year ate nothing but pie -- sweet and savory both -- all day long, but the holiday fell by the wayside in my recent years until my pal Emily brought her awesome ideas back to DC. Nothing in the House celebrates Pi(e) Day every year, and every day really, and this year she is getting together with the community of folks behind and in support of Radio CPR to throw a Pi(e) Day station benefit.
A host of DJs, bakers, musicians, supporters, eaters, designers, and friends (including yours truly) are getting together to fill St. Stephen's Church with pie, coffee, and community as we raise some funds to keep the radio station reigning tall. If you're in DC, consider attending! A five-dollar donation is suggested for all the pie you can eat, pretty much, and there will be a pie walk from whence one lucky winner will take home a full pie. Radio CPR is essentially the reason why I have any friends in DC, thanks to the post-modern lady magic of Dianamatic, and you can bet your bottom dollar I'll be there with a full pie artillery in support. See you there!
CPR benefits previously: here and here