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Kotebel @ The Kennedy Center Millenium Stage | August 27

Free Concert: Kotebel  fuses avant-garde symphonic rock with a wide range of classical, jazz, and world music influences. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of Spain. 18 more words

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Summer on the Potomac

A couple of hikes over the past two weeks shared something in common, the Potomac River, but yielded two very different feels.

The Palisades District of Washington DC, demonstrably the younger of the two neighborhoods… 244 more words


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On Site / Insight

September 17th at 7:30 pm


Maida Withers of Maida Withers Dance Construction Company discusses her historic site-based works and presents films and photographs of works that took place locally and internationally inside and outside of buildings, at galleries and museums, earth sites, National Parks, and other non-traditional spaces. 159 more words

D.C. Metro Kids Weekend Events: Aug. 29-Sept. 1

It’s Labor Day Weekend, but don’t work too hard looking for fun things to keep your crew entertained. We’ve got you covered, starting with a cool Labor Day parade in Gaithersburg. 472 more words

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Flavors of DC Funk Rock Chocolate City Style at The Kennedy Center

“DC funk rock comes in different flavors, which are exposed by the bands’ front men whose voices point to telling undercurrents in the music.  For example, where… 107 more words

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Disney's The Lion King at the Kennedy Center

If your staying at the Hotel Harrington and you want to see a awesome show, check out Disney’s The Lion King

Jun. 17 – Aug. 17, 2014… 9 more words

Success at the Kennedy Center for Noli Me Tángere

After an exciting week of technical and dress rehearsals at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., this beautiful group of people – singers, instrumentalists, technical crew, producers,  MAFFAA, and the exceedingly capable Union Crews of the Kennedy Center –  came together to make two solid, moving, amazing performances in the Einsenhower Theater.   340 more words