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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Titanic: 100 Year Obsession @ Nat Geo


The return of Jack and Rose on the big screen isn’t the only thing to look forward to during the 100th anniversary of the Titanic this month. The National Geographic Society retells the history, years of exploration, and the tragic story of 1,496 victims and 712 survivors with an aptly named exhibition—Titanic: 100 Year Obsession … Continue reading

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FotoDC Cherry Blossom Photo Contest


If you haven’t already been down to the Tidal Basin to visit the bountiful blossoms, here’s yet another reason to do so. FotoDC presents the second annual National Cherry Blossom Photo Contest in honor of the 100th anniversary of the trees. Plus, you can purchase a special entry discount through LivingSocial for the next few days, so there’s really no excuse not to enter … Continue reading

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Tonight: DC Dogs Unleashed @ Avalon Theatre

DC Dogs

Head up to the Avalon Theatre tonight to check in on one a fascinating multimedia venture that’s been taking the District by storm for 11 years running. DC Dogs is a multimedia performing arts troupe dedicated to producing projects running the gamut from theater to music and from radio to film … Continue reading

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Today: Faces of Hope @ Mansion on O


We’ve touted the mysterious and elegant Mansion on O Street before, but even if you’ve already toured the twisting-turning-meandering home, today we’re suggesting an alternative route: the Faces of Hope tour. This exclusive exhibit inside the mansion features the photography of internationally acclaimed photographer Chip Duncan … Continue reading

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Tonight: Whit Stillman Flicks @ AFI


Like neon fashion and Justin Timberlake, some ’90s trends have started to come full circle, and one that we’re fully on board with is the return of acclaimed ’90s director/producer Whit Stillman and his newest flick, “Damsels in Distress.” Tonight at AFI Silver Theatre you can catch up with two of Stillman’s older works, “Metropolitan” and “Barcelona” … Continue reading

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