Posts Tagged ‘outer space’

The National Air & Space Museum Shoots the Moon

The Air & Space museum's latest captures the beauty of lunar photography.

Think There’s No Room for Emerging Artists in D.C.? You’re Wrong.

Dear dude I argued with at Black Cat a couple of weeks ago,
From what I recall, I ended our conversation after you told me to go fuck myself. But right before that, we were arguing about whether or not D.C. is a supportive place for emerging artists.
You claimed to have investigated every gallery, and you [...]

Reviewed: “Planetfall” at the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Anyone who’s been to a planetarium shouldn’t be surprised at how beautiful space is. But then an exhibit like "Planetfall" reminds you all over again.
The exhibit at the American Association for the Advancement of Science features images by Michael Benson, who takes data from interplanetary probes by NASA and the European Space Agency, digitally enhances [...]

Don’t Be Bored: Stories, Smut, and Outer Space

These days there are oodles of opportunities to get your story on in D.C., and tonight may be one of the best: Story League is hosting its second all-out story showdown at the 14th Street Busboys & Poets. Contestants only get seven minutes to drop a scintillating chunk of prose on the topic of unsolved [...]