WAMU's Kojo Nnamdi will host his live radio show, "The Politics Hour," from Slim's Diner this Friday during lunch. And among other known guests, you're invited, too.
From WAMU's website: "Kojo and political analyst Tom Sherwood are commandeering a booth by the window, and they’re geared up to talk local politics from a place at the center of so many of the changes sweeping through the region. D.C. councilmembers David Grosso and Elissa Silverman will discuss local news. And Virginia’s Corey Stewart will discuss the Democratic National Convention from the perspective of the local Trump campaign. Think of it as a 'pop-up' version of the Kojo Nnamdi Show – live from the corner of Georgia Avenue and Upshur Street."
If you want to join Kojo and the others, be sure to get to Slim's early. They're going live at 12 noon, and the diner will be open to other guests. Full details are available on WAMU's website.
You can tweet at the participants (links open their Twitter profiles):
- Tom Sherwood Resident Analyst; NBC 4 reporter; and Columnist for the Current Newspapers
- Corey Stewart Chairman, Prince William Board of County Supervisors (R)
- David Grosso Member, D.C. Council (I-At Large)
- Elissa Silverman Member, D.C. Council (I-At Large)
- Kojo Show
- Slim's Diner
- WAMU 885
- Petworth News (I won't be there, but feel free to tag me)
Slim's Diner (4201 Georgia Avenue), 12pm noon Friday, July 29th.