Posts Tagged ‘Union Station’

Arts Roundup: “What Kind of Monster” Edition

This year, Norway's Christmas tree at Union Station heralds The Scream. [Post]
ICYMI: Ex Hex gets interviewed, covers Slant 6. [Stereogum] [Rookie]
Hey, listen to this new track from Will Eastman. [Blisspop]
Watch: The Dismemberment Plan's Tiny Desk concert. [NPR]
Kennedy Center Prez Michael Kaiser: Stop grabbing at every opportunity, arts orgs! [Huffington Post]
Gary Sinise's Lt. Dan Band plays [...]

Radiohead’s Union Station Drop

While my colleague Benjamin R. Freed observed confused Radiohead fans over in Brightwood—where a crowd showed up based on false information on Radiohead's website—The Universal Sigh's drop at Union Station seemed to be a success. A small, confused crowd gathered around 12:45 p.m., unsure where the tabliods might appear, but at 1 p.m. Radiohead's newsies appeared [...]

Tonight on the Mall: Make No Little Plans: Daniel Burnham and the American City

Architect and urban planner Daniel Burnham was instrumental in the design of the National Mall as we know it today. It's fitting, then, that the Mall is the site of the D.C. premiere of the Burnham documentary Make No Little Plans: Daniel Burnham and the American City.
The Archimedia Workshop film originally debuted last fall with [...]