Posts Tagged ‘National Harbor’

Arts Roundup: Pho Dog 1, Records 0 Edition

Is food fetishism displacing rock fetishism? [Post]
Gatsby film prompts visits to F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald's graves in Rockville. [Post]
Walt Whitman's Civil War-era shoulder bag will go on display at Library of Congress. [Post]
How are orchestras weathering today's cultural economy? [Post]
Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser throws the first pitch at Nationals Park. [Post]
National Harbor opens a [...]

National Children’s Museum Reopens in National Harbor

After a longer-than-expected closure period and a disappointing fundraising campaign, the National Children’s Museum opened its doors in a brand-new building at National Harbor today. In its new home, the museum has revamped its features and exhibits, unifying them with the overarching theme of global citizenship.
While the museum's old home on H Street NE [...]

Arts Roundup: You Got Preserved Edition

The D.C. Preservation League has filed to protect interior spaces in the Corcoran Gallery of Art, meaning that if the building were sold, its new owners would have to allow for a public review of any changes to its interior. [Washington Post]
National Children's Museum sets a Dec. 14 opening date for its new location at [...]

Arts Roundup: Muslim President Edition

During one of her concerts at Verizon Center, Madonna referred to President Barack Obama as a "black Muslim." Er. [Post]
Dog mural in Arlington deemed too promotional to be art. [WJLA]
Mood Lounge loses its liquor license. [DCist]
See Signature's Best Little Whorehouse in Texas for cheap(er)! [Post]
National Harbor launches a shuttle service. [Washington Business Journal]
Comedian Lewis Black [...]