Meet Bond’s villains, uncover their evil schemes, and explore their exotic lairs and weapons in this special exhibit commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Bond films. See over 100 film artifacts from the archives of EON Productions, the Bond film producers. www.spymuseum.org/exhibition-experiences/exquisitely-evil
Through Sun, August 11 @ National Gallery of Art, presented by National Gallery of Art — Continuing the Gallery’s devotion to Munch’s art, with three major exhibitions in recent decades, this installation celebrates the 150th anniversary of his birth …
The District’s 2014 mayoral election officially became a race Saturday when Tommy Wells became the second candidate to enter the contest. [ more › ]
While I’m on vacation, please enjoy this Academy Award winning animated short.
NSO Pops: <i>The Wizard and I: The Musical Journey of Stephen Schwartz</i> / Steven Reineke, conductor
Sat, May 18 @ John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, presented by National Symphony Orchestra
Sat, May 18 @ John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, presented by John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
- Yeah, Marion Barry weighed in on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. [City Desk]
- Headed to College Park for graduation this weekend? Don’t take Metro. [WAMU]
- D.C. unemployment rate drops slightly to 8.5 percent in April. [BLS]
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Why not test your biking skills with a 330-mile trip to Western Pennsylvania? [ more › ]
You could make the argument that all these tourists are seeing how our government runs, learning about our history, and the like. But sometimes they come at the information from their own points of view. [ more › ]
The protagonist of Jon Robin Baitz’s Pulitzer finalist Other Desert Cities Brooke Wyeth (Emily Donahoe), is a little hard to sympathize with at first. [ more › ]
If “turn it up to 11″ is your preferred stage direction then STC’s Winter’s Tale might be just your speed.
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The first lady addressed the 2013 class at the historically black state university. [ more › ]
The Washington Kayak Club will meet for a friendly paddle Sunday morning at Fountainhead Regional Park in Fairfax. It’s Hawaiian Shirt Day (!) according to the group’s Meetup page. But it’s more than that: It’s the “Second Annual Tom Selleck’s … Continue reading →