Huge March for Israel on National Mall

November 16, 2023

Getting press passes and instructions for entry and access to attendees and speakers proved to be unusually difficult several days before a minimally advertised “March for Israel” on Nov. 14 […]

Dorothea Lange: Seeing People

October 10, 2023

Join us for an introductory presentation on Dorothea Lange: Seeing People by exhibition curator Philip Brookman. Brookman is consulting curator in the National Gallery’s department of photographs, and former chief […]

Magino Village – A Tale/ The Sundial Carved with a Thousand Years of Notches

September 20, 2023

Shinsuke Ogawa (1935-1992) was one of Japan’s leading documentarians who inspired generations of non-fiction filmmakers to practice and participate in the power of dedicated, collective filmmaking. Ogawa lived and worked […]

2023 DC/MD/NoVA Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes

This month, the American Diabetes Association’s National Capital Area chapter is hosting its flagship fundraising event of the year, the Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes, where the ADA will […]

Fall Arts Preview : Visual Arts  

September 14, 2022

Sargent and Spain   National Gallery of Art   Oct. 2, 2022 – Jan. 2, 2023    John Singer Sargent’s decades-long captivation with Spain yielded a remarkable body of work. Over seven extended […]

Try This DIY Bike Tour of Beautiful Washington, D.C.

July 28, 2022

Wondering What to Do With These Long Summer Days? How About Some Outdoor Biking Fun? Washington, D.C., is a truly beautiful city. Whether you’re a resident deciding to spend the […]

Crime Report: ‘Moechella’ Shootings Mar Weekend Celebrations

June 21, 2022

Promoting a celebratory weekend in the city, Mayor Bowser tweeted excitedly on Friday, June 17: “DC is Open.” And, “There’s Something in the Water,” she added, referring to the start […]

March for Our Lives Returns to D.C. to Demand Action to End Gun Violence (photos)

June 12, 2022

Demands for Congressional action for tougher gun control measures echoed across the country on June 11 as demonstrators took to the streets in more than 400 cities in nearly every […]

Gun Violence Memorial Unveiled on National Mall (photos)

June 8, 2022

Rows of vases containing white and orange flowers, each representing lives cut short by gun violence in America every year, were placed on the lawn in the shadow of the […]

Women Leaders: Melissa Chiu, Director, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden

May 5, 2022

MELISSA CHIU, DIRECTOR, HIRSHHORN MUSEUM & SCULPTURE GARDEN Our spring arts preview featured 20 women cultural leaders in Washington, D.C. We wanted to amplify their voices in our online newsletters, […]