In a rare photo exhibit at Glen Echo Park, three different photographers find common ground.
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Microscopic surfaces become stand-ins for railyards, refineries, suburban sprawl, and farms.
Glen Echo Park seeks to raise the $200,000 it lost during the government shutdown. [Gazette]
Oman wants to put a cultural center at 16th and L streets NW. [Short Articles about Long Meetings]
Kennedy Center will premiere a new Gigi revival in 2015. [Post]
On the outside of its building, the Holocaust Museum projects images of homeless Rohingya [...]
Man steals credit cards, buys $46,000 in work from a Georgetown art gallery. [City Desk]
Shakespeare Theatre Company will bring Kneehigh Theatre of Cornwall to D.C. next year. [Post]
WAMU profiles Prinz-D, a local Gallaudet graduate who calls himself the first deaf rapper. [WAMU]
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin descend on Washington in the name of yoga. [Post]
Spin gives Dismemberment Plan's [...]
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett vows to reopen Glen Echo Park this week if the feds do not. [BethesdaNow]
How the shutdown is impacting art events and exhibits in D.C. [Modern Art Notes]
Town Danceboutique seeks to add a "summer garden." [PoPville]
Local stand-up comic Aparna Nancherla made her Conan debut this week. [Post]
LIBRARY FIGHT! [Housing Complex]
In The [...]
Shutdown forces Freer and Sackler galleries to shuffle around its planned yoga exhibit. [Express]
Montgomery County asks the U.S. Department of the Interior to reopen Glen Echo Park, which houses numerous nonprofit and arts groups. [Post]
Republic, the restaurant taking the place of Takoma Park's Video Americain, will host live music. [Post]
D.C. actor Erik Todd Dellums (The [...]
Big Nate is joining the ranks of Peanuts, Little Orphan Annie, and The Amazing Spider-Man. A musical based on Lincoln Peirce's comic strip premiered this month at Adventure Theatre MTC in Glen Echo Park.
Big Nate has run for years locally in the Washington Post. The Post's Michael Cavna has written about the play's creation. I'm [...]