Posts Tagged ‘Natalie Hopkinson’

Arts Roundup: New Organ Edition

The Kennedy Center's new organ arrives. [Post]
GALA Theatre will present three D.C. premieres next season. [Post]
Emmylou Harris talks about her early days playing clubs in D.C. [DCist]
Kennedy Center prez Michael Kaiser theorizes that arts could be saved if more fathers danced. [Huffington Post D.C.]
A Washington Post contributor says nice things about Natalie Hopkinson's book Go-Go [...]

ToDo ToDay: Ai Weiwei at E Street

China continues to throw legal obstacles at artist-activist Ai Weiwei, to discredit him at home (obscenity and bigamy charges) and abroad (tax evasion). So in July, surprising no one, China rejected Ai’s appeal that the state’s tax authorities had violated his rights in raids that culminated in the $2.4 million case brought against him—as well [...]

Is D.C. Shoving Go-go Aside? Natalie Hopkinson’s Washington Post Article, Discussed

Natalie Hopkinson’s article in last Sunday’s Washington Post Outlook section, “Go-go music is the soul of Washington, but it’s slipping,” has generated some discussion thanks to its provocative title, its subject and contentions, and its prominent location in the paper. It's being passed around a fair bit: I saw it on former Rolling Stone contributor [...]

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