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Museum Exhibits Around the District

1. CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect ($22.95) (Newseum) – Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW Capturing the rapidly changing landscape of contemporary political journalism is “CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect,” a partnership venture between the Newseum and CNN open until early 2017. The exhibit, incorporating interactive[Read More…]

by May 20, 2016 0 comments Summer Highlights, The Guide
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The Best Fiction Reads of the Summer

  ‘Barkskins’ – Annie Proulx From the author of the original 1997 short story “Brokeback Mountain” comes an epic 300-year narrative genealogy following two 17th-century Frenchmen and their descendants as they traverse land and time, across continents and through the turbulent world’s changing face. Balancing a conscious portrayal of history[Read More…]

by May 20, 2016 0 comments The Guide
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Album Review: ‘This is Acting’

★★★☆☆ There is no chart-topping pop singer alive today with a career as peculiar or as steadfastly anti-mainstream as Sia, last name Furler, whose latest album “This is Acting” debuted last Friday. After signing a recording contract with Sony Corporation in the early 2000s, she battled depression and fame-induced anxiety[Read More…]

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A Sense of ‘WONDER’

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by November 13, 2015 0 comments Features, Guide - Top, The Guide

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A Pint-Size Show

A Pint-Size Show

The atmosphere is quiet in the New North Building’s McNeir Auditorium. The house lights are on; the piano typically used by Georgetown University’s chamber choir is covered and pushed against a wall; and the stage is set by a single chair and a 5-foot wooden backdrop painted with vines and[Read More…]

Dinosaurs on The Hill

Dinosaurs on The Hill

This Thanksgiving, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures’ latest film “The Good Dinosaur” will premier in theaters. The film, which comes on the heels of the partnership’s acclaimed “Inside Out,” which grossed a total of $831 million, imagines a world in which the asteroid that led to the extinction[Read More…]

Beyond the Artistry of Photography

Beyond the Artistry of Photography

Two years ago, I did not own a camera. Honestly, I didn’t even take particularly good pictures on my phone. In high school, my artistic side focused on singing in an a cappella group. I was a singer. Other kids worked at the literary magazine and went to poetry club[Read More…]

Jinwoo

Jinwoo

Last week at Starbucks, the employee taking my order didn’t ask for my name. Instead, he looked down at the credit card I’d just given him, and after a moment’s pause, wrote the name he found onto the cup. I felt an urge to say something, but with a line[Read More…]

by August 12, 2015 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top
An Open Letter to Ham, The Chubby Kid from ‘The Sandlot’

An Open Letter to Ham, The Chubby Kid from ‘The Sandlot’

I think I realized for the first time that I was overweight when I was eight years old. I was not a child who paid much attention to the shape of people’s bodies until around then. Before this unfortunate realization, there were simply some things I noticed about my own[Read More…]

by July 27, 2015 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top