Posts Tagged ‘Spy Museum’

Arts Roundup: Tear Down This Rec Center Edition

Should the Wheaton Community Recreation Center—the place of a legendary (but possibly imaginary) Led Zeppelin concert in 1969—be demolished alongside the Wheaton Library? Or preserved? [Greater Greater Washington]
Here's what the Spy Museum may look like when it opens at the Carnegie Library. [WBJ]
If you've wondered about the whereabouts of D.C.'s Matthew Hemerlein, well, he's putting out [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster‘s Jacob Warrenfeltz

Jacob Warrenfeltz drew "Rabbit and the Tug-Of-War," a story about a rabbit outpulling a bison, for the new Trickster anthology, which features many local cartoonists. Here he answers our usual set of questions.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Jacob Warrenfeltz: I try to do a wide variety of work, [...]