Posts Tagged ‘Americans with Disabilities Act’

“Is This Venue Accessible?” New Website Tells D.C. Showgoers the Answer

A local label head with cerebral palsy has turned his show-going savvy into a Tumblr.

Musical Wheelchairs: Why Did the Kennedy Center Eject Patrons From Some of its Priciest Seats?

When it comes to opera, Dan and Nancy Gamber of the District are fans in the serious, face-painting and tailgating sense of the word, if such practices existed for opera. Their career in the Foreign Service has taken them around the world and inside the planet's most famous opera houses in Sydney, London, and Paris. [...]