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WILL THE NEWSEUM CLOSE? DETAILS ARE SKETCHY.

The Newseum’s recent announcement about its financial difficulties struck fear into the hearts of its many devoted fans, who apparently don’t visit often enough to keep the behemoth afloat. 612 more words

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A Flashy Import with Humbler Offerings

THE SMITH

901 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004 (http://thesmithrestaurant.com/)

* and 1/2 (Satisfactory/Good)

When I first heard about The Smith, a trendy New York City transplant to Penn Quarter downtown, it peaked my interest. 888 more words

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The Scottish Art Play

Last Tuesday, I saw William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, directed by Liesl Tommy, at Shakespeare Theatre.

I will let you in on wonderful secret: For every mainstage show, Shakespeare Theatre does something called Free Will. 939 more words

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Nilaja Sun-believable!

Today, I saw Woolly Mammoth’s new production of Pike St., written and performed by Nilaja Sun and directed by Ron Russell.

Let me start by saying that today was a Pay What You Can Preview. 889 more words

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Legs on Wrong

“Twisted,” Washington, DC, 2016

Focus on the women’s legs. Are they on correctly?

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BRUNCH SO HARD

Check out this week’s four top picks in DC to get your brunch on during  your weekend fun-a-thon

Le Diplomate

1601 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20009… 966 more words

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Zombies

“Woman with No Eyes / Headless Woman,” Penn Quarter, Washington, D.C., 2016

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