Tonight: Physics of Cooking @ Georgetown

Physics of Cooking

With all the fascinating foodie shows overwhelming your TV these days, up-and-coming trends like molecular gastronomy have taken center stage. For a little insight into how all the epicurean chemistry works, head over to the Georgetown Reiss Science Building this afternoon for a public lecture with professor David Weitz, the Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics and of Applied Physics at Harvard University … Continue reading

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(PHOTOS) Hidden DC

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Before redevelopment and gentrification dove dollar-first into much of downtown DC, the District was long characterized as a “sleepy Southern” town that was shielded from tourists’ views. This was especially true during the ’70s and ’80s when unemployment and crime … Continue reading

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Today: Tim Hetherington @ Corcoran

Tim Hetherington @ Corcoran

“Tim Hetherington: Sleeping Soldiers,” which opened at the Corcoran in February and extends through May, chronicles Hetherington’s coverage in northeastern Afghanistan. Hetherington, who was killed on the job in Libya last April, spent his career covering conflict in West Africa, Liberia, Sudan … Continue reading

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