The original local band made up of four cool cats and one smokin’ kitten, Suspicious Package, is set to rock the Embassy of Denmark on Thursday, October 27th. I know this because not only did I get the alert in my email box this morning, but also because I ran into said smokin’ kitten/lead singer Christina Sevilla, last night at the L’Enfant Society kick off and 1 year anniversary of Carmine’s.Â The remaining contents of Suspicious Package consists of political/media dudes Tim Burger, Bryan Greene, Josh Meyer and Tom Toles.
The night will feature Danish cuisine for healthy living with Chef Trina Hahnemann as part of Nordic Food Day.
Thursday, October 27, 2011 6:30 -8:30 p.m.
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