Posts Tagged ‘Bill Clinton’

Arts Roundup: Minigolf Edition

A Yes! Organic Market for H Street Playhouse's old space? Maybe. [Frozen Tropics]
Former president Bill Clinton helps the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum commemorate 20 years. [Post]
This year's Tony Awards nominees include some productions first seen in D.C. [D.C. Theatre Scene]
Minigolf returns to the National Building Museum. [Post]
In the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Benning [...]

Signature Theatre’s Hairspray Tops Helen Hayes Awards

Signature Theatre's Hairspray took home fives prizes at last night's 28th Helen Hayes Awards—including one of the biggest, the honor for outstanding resident musical.The other top award—for outstanding resident play—went to Arena Stage's production of Ruined, Lynn Nottage's play about genocide, civil strife, and survival in Congo. And Synetic Theater, ever the Helen Hayes favorite, [...]

Arts Roundup: We Be Plankin’ on Dem Headlines Edition

Annals of Outdated Clinton Jokes: After a newsstand in the Allbritton building in Rosslyn—which, oddly enough, did not sell newspapers or magazines—closed last month, it marked the likely end of Clinton-era comic postcards designed by John Lodi, TBD's Andrew Beaujon writes. Lodi, a Dutch artist who now lives in Spain, created the postcards in the [...]

The Quotable Jules Feiffer: Highlights from the Cartoonist’s Talk at Politics and Prose

Jules Feiffer spoke to a full, mostly gray-haired audience yesterday at Politics and Prose, after appearing on "The Diane Rehm Show" earlier in the day.  He read from his Backing into Forward, his new autobiography (pages 80-84, to be precise, and you can buy a CD recording from the bookstore if you want to hear [...]

Arts Roundup: Hunter S. Thompson Hates Technology Edition

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Morning, readers. And Happy Mardi Gras.
*Today in Posthumousness: Hunter S. Thompson calls audio-video establishment, begins to voice coherent complaint, wavers, descends into blabbering rage, threatens to ruin audio-video establishment by writing about it. (Audio portion above.) Here, the good Doctor might've benefited from M.I.A.'s [...]

Now on View: “Jeremy Kost: Anyone Other than Me”

Jeremy Kost is not the life of the party, but that’s why he’s able to document it so well—he’s so unassuming that people trust him with their image, from drag queens in a New York nightclub to Bill Clinton on a red carpet. Kost captures the high-to-low party circles in which he travels much in [...]