Excitement Builds for Just-Opened Rubell Museum DC 

November 9, 2022

Schools and museums are places to visit and learn, so it fits that the former Randall Junior High School in Southwest D.C., is the home of the new Rubell Museum DC. […]

Dynamic Play Brings Da Vinci’s Notebooks to Life 

October 13, 2022

“The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci” is a theatrical treasure chest of selections from more than 5,000 pages of the masterful Italian Renaissance artist’s 15th century notebooks with diagrams, drawings, personal notes […]

An Exhibit of Her Own: Whistler’s “Woman in White”

July 28, 2022

One of the treasures of The National Gallery of Art’s permanent collection, James McNeill Whistler’s “Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl” looms large in an exhibit of her […]

Capital Fringe Festival Comes to Georgetown Park   

July 13, 2022

Whoever says you can’t have it all, has yet to go to the Capital Fringe Festival. For the first time, the annual theater event highlighting local, new, and “fringe” playwrights […]