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Women's March on Washington & a Quick Visit to the Smithsonian

Last weekend, my mother and I took a charter bus to Washington DC to attend the now-famous Women’s March. We made our saucy posters, donned our nasty sweatshirts, and boarded the bus for a long weary night of travel to deliver us to our destination: post-inauguration DC. 540 more words


I have been listening to a book on tape, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. I do this while I walk-about during my ample new-found freedom during the normal work week. 536 more words


Smithsonian Distributing More Timed Passes For New Museum

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WASHINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Getting in to the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture requires a timed entry pass, and now more of them are about to be distributed to the public. 135 more words


PlayBook Cocktails: An Evening with Representative John Lewis (GA-05)

By Kate Kight

Washington D.C., (The Hollywood Times) 9/22/16 – Sponsored by Bank of America, Politico Playbook events are a staple bring together D.C insiders, political officials, and thought leaders to discuss current events. 685 more words


It's The Last Chance To View The Hometown Teams Exhibit At The Anniston Library

If you have not gone down to the Public Library of Anniston and Calhoun County to see the Hometown Teams exhibit from the Smithsonian Institute, you only have a few days left to see it before it packs up and goes to the next city.   716 more words

Local Scene Stuff

"The Way We Worked"

Art Gallery 21 is thrilled to announce that we have been selected by the Florida Humanities Council as a 2017 host site for “The Way We Worked,” 72 more words


Adam and Eve Get Their Junk Back, Is Istanbul's Art Scene Finished? ...And More

A 16th century book that depicts Adam and Eve nude was later overpainted by some prudish but unidentified owner. Now, a British museum was able to remove the overpainting, digitally. 238 more words

Jeffrey Deitch