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Yep, it's snowing again. The government is closed. So are schools. Unfortunately, this means a number of local cultural institutions have closed today as well. Here's where you cannot go, even if you wanted to.
This post will be updated throughout the day.
Updated 5:05 p.m.
Tonight's performance of Tribes at Studio Theatre has been cancelled.
Tonight's performance and [...]
Yeah, it's snowing, we know. The feds, the D.C. government, and school districts around the area are closed for the day—and unfortunately, some cultural venues are canceling programs, too. Below is a list of presenters that have shut their doors for the day. This list will be updated.
The Phillips Collection
The Newseum; today's event with [...]
No deep reflections or wise words this week. Just housekeeping: If one of your tweets has been immortalized in Far Out vs. Hot Dang, you are forever a member of the Twitter list. YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE CULTURAL ELITE. Be cool about it, OK?
"I get a lot of compliments on my female figures"
Som Records' Neal Becton is calling for volunteers to help shovel out the huge snow wall left on 14th Street in front of the Black Cat. What's the big deal?
Tomorrow is the D.C. Record Fair at the Black Cat. It starts at noon and features 30 record dealers and a full lineup of DJs (Ian [...]
Living in Palisades, that benevolent Siberia, I have to take the bus to get anywhere. So when they closed down Metro’s above-ground services at 1 p.m. Saturday I found myself even more isolated than usual. Two friends and I had plans to make camp at their place in East Capitol and get ourselves snowed into [...]