Glad to have you back, Panda Head Magazine. Morgan West's six-year-old operation—which began as a street-style blog and evolved into a sharply designed online magazine—has released its sixth issue, and it features some pretty swanky-looking fashion editorials, which perhaps is your thing. Or maybe donuts are: Photographer Victoria F. Gaitán has posed her gallerista pin-ups with [...]
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If my desk reflects my personality, then clearly I am a mess.
Yesterday, E. Brady Robinson, the photographer behind the ongoing project "Desks as Portraits: An Inside Look at the DC Art World," stopped by Washington City Paper to take a portrait of my workspace. Obviously, I did not clean up beforehand.
Well, OK, I made one change. When [...]
Chris Klimek leads this week's arts section with his appreciative review of After the Fall—the cerebral, historically problematic Arthur Miller play that's in good hands at Theater J—and The Golden Dragon, a stacked-narrative German play involving one particularly impressive feat of dentistry. I chat with a bunch of particularly hardworking local literary geeks. Tricia Olszewski [...]
If you've ever wondered what it's like to fill your mouth with maraschino cherries and corn syrup while bathing yourself in Cool Whip for the sake of avant-garde photography, you're in luck. TBD's Maura Judkis recounted her experiences modeling as such for the photographer Victoria F. Gaitán, who lit up Fotoweek with her series of [...]