The Crutchfield sisters are relentless in their pursuit of musical fulfillment. After their band PS Eliot dissolved, Katie went on to form the introspective folk act Waxahatchee, while Allison started the professionally unpolished pop-punk band Swearin’. Swearin’s songs are weirdly loose, with fuzzy guitars and an aching drawl from Allison and fellow vocalist Kyle Gilbride. [...]
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Spring is just days away, but there are six inches of snow on the ground outside, limiting what's happening in the D.C. area today. Here's what's open and what's closed or canceled.
Updated 10:30 a.m.
Folger Shakespeare Library: Closed Monday
Ford's Theatre: The historic site and museum are closed Monday. Tonight's performance of The 25th Annual Putnam County [...]
The “paradox” in “Paper Paradox,” a 10-artist exhibit at Carroll Square Gallery, is that the ultimate two-dimensional material can, with some effort, be teased into three-dimensional sculpture. When the paper in “Paper Paradox” is handmade, even “flat” isn’t flat. Consider Peter Winant’s “Chalk Lines,” (shown at right) in which pigment is carefully applied to paper [...]
Forget the recent mild temperatures and thoughts that spring was near. Mother Nature is dumping another massive storm on D.C. and as a result, plenty of scheduled events aren't taking place. Here's what's closed in the arts and entertainment world:
This post will be updated throughout the day
UPDATE: 3:35 p.m.
Black Cat: Tonight's show with Weekend, Lorelei, and [...]
As of 10:30 a.m., the Galactic show is still on despite the weather. Be sure to check 9:30 Club's website and Twitter for updates.
In the steamy revelry of Mardi Gras 1994, a voodoo shaman reached into a bag of mojo and pulled out a band called Galactic. OK, so maybe that never really happened, but [...]
Updated 4:10 p.m. Good morning, arts goers! Here's what's closed (and bravely open!) in the arts today.
Angelika Film Center: Open, with screenings of Casablanca and Coriolanus continuing as scheduled.
DC9: Tonight's Supreme Commander performance is still on.
Avalon Theatre: Both theaters and the Avalon Cafe are open.
National Museum of Crime and Punishment: Open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Politics & [...]
Bestselling author E.L. Doctorow discusses his 19th book, Andrew's Brain, with readers at Politics & Prose tonight. It's the story of a troubled cognitive neuroscientist who rattles off a list of problems to an unidentified man. Due to inclement weather, the reading was moved from Sidwell Friends School. 7 p.m. at 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW. Free. Guests who [...]