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Restaurant Review: Third Time is the Charm With Haikan

Restaurant Review: Third Time is the Charm With Haikan

Rivaling the forceful brutalistic architecture of Lauinger Library, the Atlantic Plumbing building in North End Shaw has been housing a colorful new Japanese eatery, Haikan, for three months. The 49-seat restaurant, which opened in August, is the latest product of the owners of popular ramen eatery Daikaya and Japanese fried[Read More…]

by November 11, 2016 0 comments Food & Drink, The Guide
Gaston Hosts 26th Annual DC A Cappella Festival

Gaston Hosts 26th Annual DC A Cappella Festival

The most anticipated a cappella event of the semester returns this year with an eclectic lineup. The 26th iteration of D.C. A Cappella Festival, hosted annually by the Georgetown Phantoms and the Georgetown GraceNotes, kicked off last weekend with an array of performances by Georgetown University’s resident a cappella talent[Read More…]

by November 11, 2016 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, Music Issue, The Guide
FOREVER YOUNG: Fall Fashion Issue 2016

FOREVER YOUNG: Fall Fashion Issue 2016

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by November 4, 2016 0 comments Fashion Issue, The Guide
Courtesy Nomadic Theater

After Amnesia, the Search for Identity

The word “identity” is often used as a buzzword in the context of contemporary debates about race, gender and sexual orientation. While “identities” can often be used to bring people together, they can also have the function of tearing people apart. Nomadic Theatre’s most recent production, “Fugue,” directed by Mark[Read More…]

by October 28, 2016 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, The Guide
ALBUM REVIEW: “Head Carrier”

ALBUM REVIEW: “Head Carrier”

Boston-based alt-rock group, The Pixies, are back with their second album since reuniting in 2004. With the departure of bassist and original member Kim Deal, The Pixies try to recreate the magic of the past in their latest release, “Head Carrier.” Though The Pixies attained the same fame in the[Read More…]

by October 28, 2016 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, Music Issue, The Guide
“Nostalgic for the Present,” Sia’s Hymn to Modernity

“Nostalgic for the Present,” Sia’s Hymn to Modernity

On Oct. 19, Australian singer-songwriter Sia brought “Nostalgic for the Present,”  her first-ever arena concert tour, to the Verizon Center. Blending powerful renditions of tracks from her newest album, “This Is Acting,” with impressive live production, the pop star put on a memorable show that left the thousands in attendance[Read More…]

by October 28, 2016 1 comment Arts & Entertainment, Music Issue, The Guide
The Head and the Heart Keeps Growing

The Head and the Heart Keeps Growing

Seattle-based indie folk band The Head and the Heart brought its “Signs of Light” tour to the DAR Constitution Hall on Saturday night. The band performed songs from its newest album of the same name, showcasing the impressive catalogue it has developed over the past seven years. Performing on a[Read More…]

by October 28, 2016 0 comments Music Issue, The Guide

Courtesy of Hong Kong

The Island Line is one of ten transit lines in Hong Kong’s metro system, connecting the main districts of Hong Kong Island, the buzzing financial and cultural hub of the city. Since 1985, the Island Line’s deep underground networks have endured many turbulent changes and developments that have unfolded across[Read More…]

by October 28, 2016 0 comments The Guide
Art and Science Working for a Better Environment

Art and Science Working for a Better Environment

A commentary on humanity’s effect on the environment, a critique of materialistic trends in society and a testament to earth’s regenerative abilities, Denise Milan’s multi-faceted exhibition “Mist of the Earth” opened in Regents Hall on Oct. 18. The exhibition, presented by the Science, Technology and International Affairs program (STIA) in the[Read More…]

by October 28, 2016 0 comments The Guide
ALBUM REVIEW: Calico Review

ALBUM REVIEW: Calico Review

It is hard to pinpoint in which generation the California-based Allah-Las belongs. Though fitting effortlessly into Los Angeles’s modern psychedelic scene, the band draws inspiration from elements of ‘90s grunge and garage rock. In addition, the group has cited the influence of the British invasion and old-school classic rock band.[Read More…]

by October 28, 2016 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, Music Issue, The Guide