“When you enter the church, there is an ambiance.  You can feel it. It’s quite rare to find a church like this in the U.S.  It inspires.” Notre Dame Cathedral organist Vincent Dubois, quoted, played at Saint Ann Catholic Church...
Wednesday March 27 Musical event Gabriel Kahane—Book of Travelers: 8980 (part of DIRECT CURRENT): The singer-songwriter performs his new song cycle with an evocative video backdrop, drawing on the conversations and stories Kahane gathered on an 8,980-mile trip just after the 2016...
The Ronald Reagan International Trade Center welcomed the unofficial kick-off to the National Cherry Blossom Friday evening (March 22nd). One night in advance of the Festival's Opening Ceremony, a blush-swathed atrium and ballroom welcomed hundreds who braved a not-to-Springlike...
It's almost time for the  nation’s greatest springtime celebration: The National Cherry Blossom Festival! Starting March 20th and continuing through April 14, 2019, the 2019 Festival commemorates the 107th anniversary of Tokyo’s gift of cherry blossom trees through shared experiences...
Georgetown Safeway shoppers in Aisle 9 might have witnessed Washington Redskins’ Vernon Davis zooming past last Wednesday with a cart full of groceries.  Thankfully no one stopped him for an autograph.  He was on a mission! Trying to beat...
Tuesday, March 19th Performance event Akiko Kitamura’s Cross Transit: Cross Transit steps into the history of folk culture in Cambodia as captured by photographer Kim Hak and transformed into movement by international choreographer and dancer Akiko Kitamura. 7:30 p.m. at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace...
Wednesday, March 13th Discussion event Washingtonians can learn how to navigate the business world through powerful women leaders’ perspectives with this panel discussion and networking event held by Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel and Vital Voices to celebrate International Women’s Day....
Inspirational and influential women in the hospitality industry shared their ideas in a timely exchange last week — for International Women’s Day — as cocktail bar and cultural salon Lapop (1847 Columbia Road NW) teamed up with Gregorys Coffee to host the second...
Wednesday, February 27th Art event In celebration of Black History Month, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in conjunction with the Dean’s Forum will host a reception and viewing of the art exhibition, “Emergence Sea: The Identities of Black...
“At the end of the day, if everyone understands architecture as we do, the world will be a more beautiful place,” said Kyle Bergman, Architecture and Design Film Fest Director, mingling with design enthusiasts at a brunch hosted by...

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