Posts Tagged ‘Hillary Clinton’

Hillary Clinton’s Book Tour Opens at Lisner Auditorium With Cheers and a Squirrel

From the looks of the crowd outside George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium on Friday evening, it could have been Election Day. The entrance line wound around the side of the building, almost to the other end of the block, a sold-out audience waiting to see Hillary Clinton discuss her four-day-old memoir, Hard Choices, with Politics and Prose [...]

Arts Roundup: When Georgetown Was Cool Edition

To save the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries building, a very special donor is needed. [WBJ]
Maxmillion Dunbar has a new EP on the way. [Ad Hoc]
CBS orders a pilot for a show possibly based on Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State. [Post]
The son of BET founders Bob and Sheila Johnson has his own fashion line. [...]

Artist Helen Zughaib Wants to Foster Dialogue Between People…and Cats

Helen Zughaib offers me baklava soon after I enter her Foggy Bottom studio. “It’s not the real thing,” she apologizes. “It’s Greek, so it’s made with honey instead of simple syrup. We Arabs are sticklers about stuff like that,” she laughs.
Zughaib’s Arab heritage (her father is Lebanese, her mother American) informs not only her taste [...]