A quick look at the District’s Democratic primary lineup reveals some worrisome features of our more-or-less one-party state. Serious opponents are lacking for most candidates, including Mayor Muriel Bowser — […]
The portrait, which shows the former first lady on the White House grounds with her springer spaniel, Millie, by her side, was installed April 18, the day after her death. It will remain on view in the museum’s In Memoriam space through April 29.
Profs and Pints presents: “Witches and Witch Hunts,” with Mikki Brock, assistant professor of British history at Washington and Lee University and scholar of demonology, witchcraft, and early modern Scotland. […]
Profs and Pints presents: “The Christmas Truce of 1914,” with Mark Facknitz, professor emeritus of English at James Madison University and member of the World War I Centennial Commission’s historical […]
Profs and Pints: “The Case for Impeachment,” a discussion with Allan J. Lichtman, Distinguished Professor of History at American University. Allan J. Lichtman gained widespread recognition last year for his […]
Panel Discussion South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, has been engulfed in political turmoil and ethnic conflict since 2013. With nearly 4 million people displaced, this conflict has created the […]
Profs and Pints presents: “Bots, Trolls, and Fake News,” with Alan Rosenblatt, professor of political science at Johns Hopkins, George Washington, and American Universities and pioneer in the use of […]
While the food and service are important, the Italian restaurant is known as D.C.’s place to see to be seen — and it touts itself as a “safe-haven for lawmakers and political operatives on both sides of the aisle.”