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2011_MD_BCC106Baltimore Comic-Con (2011) -- Miscellaneous
2012_MD_BCCP16_12090872Baltimore Comic-Con (2012) -- Panel: Stan Lee Spotlight
Stan Lee Spotlight
Face Front, True Believers! Stan's back! This is a panel no comics fan will want to miss as Jimmy Palmiotti sits down with the one and only Stan "The Man" Lee! He is a Founding Father of the Marvel Universe and the face of Marvel Comics to legions of fans. Join the writer, editor,...
2013_MD_BCCCC_Prep_13090873Baltimore Comic-Con (2013) -- Costume Contest (1 of 7): Preparation and Audience
Costume Contest sponsored by Stylin’ Online!
The fun begins at 1:00 pm! With $1,000 up for grabs for the best overall costume and prizes for each of the 10 categories, this is one event all of you cosplayers don’t want to miss! Adult Categories have a $5 entry fee per person. Contest registration at...
2013_MD_BCC117Baltimore Comic-Con (2013) -- Miscellaneous
2014_MD_BCC165Baltimore Comic-Con (2014) -- Miscellaneous
2015_MD_BCC181Baltimore Comic-Con (2015) -- Miscellaneous
2015_MD_BCCP09_15092715Baltimore Comic-Con (2015) -- Panel: Edward James Olmos Spotlight
Edward James Olmos Spotlight
Edward James Olmos has played Gaff in Blade Runner, Admiral Adama in Battlestar Galactica, Robert Gonzales on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., as well as many other roles in his distinguished career. Join Mr. Olmos for an exciting panel exploring his time in front of the...
2016_MD_BCCA228Baltimore Comic-Con (2016) -- Artists
Folks shown here:

(Friday)
SL Gallant, Brian Shearer, Jim Starlin, Joe Carabeo, Chris Mariano, Ramona Fradon, Carla Speed McNeil, Isaac Goodhart, Matt Dembicki, Joe Staton, Neal Adams, Buzz, Karen Green, Robert Greenberger, Steve Conley, Paul Storrie, Bob Ingersoll, David Gallaher, Thom Zahler, Liz...
2018_MD_BCC_Ringo2_18092937Baltimore Comic-Con (2018) -- Ringo Awards: Dinner
Folks here include:
John Workman, Greg Pak, Jeff Parker, Franco Aureliani, Jose Garcia-Lopez, Charles Kochman, Jenny Frison, Ramona Fradon, Dean Haspiel, John Milewski, Tom King, Lee Weeks, Gus Vasquez, Ben Bishop, Ed Piskor, and Todd Klein
2019_MD_BCCP01_19101957Baltimore Comic-Con (2019) -- Panel: Blacksad Baltimore Comic-Con Yearbook Panel
Blacksad Baltimore Comic-Con Yearbook Panel
Juan Díaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido’s Blacksad, a feline private detective in an anthropomorphic 1950s America, is popular the world over. And now he and his supporting cast are featured in this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con Yearbook. Join artist Juanjo...
2018_DC_Remembering_18111487Natl Archives -- Panel -- Remembering Vietnam: A Conversation About What Happens after Duty, Honor, Country
Remembering Vietnam: A Conversation About What Happens after Duty, Honor, Country
As part of a week-long schedule of activities to celebrate and honor Vietnam War veterans, ...
2016_DC_Why_Bill_16031084Natl Archives -- Panel -- Why the Bill of Rights Was Made (w/Joe Ellis, Jack Rakove, Kenneth Bowling, Mary Sarah Bilder, and John Milewski)
Why the Bill of Rights Was Made
In celebration of our new exhibition, “Amending America,” which reveals the stories behind why some proposed amendments successfully became part of the Constitution, we present a panel discussing the story behind the Bill of Rights, the Ratification of the Constitution,...
2007_DC_NADemo_07061546Natl Archives & AFI SilverDocs -- Panel -- Why Democracy?
Speakers in sequence:
-- Marvin Pinkert (National Archives)
-- Patricia Finneran
-- Don Edkins
-- Panel with Nick Fraser, Mette Hoffmann Meyer, Alex Gibney, Siatta Scott-Johnson, ??? and John Milewski (Newseum)

Why Democracy? Documentary Film Selections and Panel Discussion: In October 2007,...
2008_DC_NABBox_08013152Natl Archives & Newseum -- Panel -- Back Rooms to Ballot Boxes
Back Rooms to Ballot Boxes: Primary Reform, the People, and the Press: Major primary reform in the 1970s ushered out an era of political power brokers deciding the fate of candidates. What happened 30 years ago that fundamentally changed the nature of Presidential elections? How have big money,...
2007_DC_NALR50_07082351Natl Archives & Newseum -- "50 Years After Little Rock: The Media and the Movement" (w/Frank Bond, Ron Collins, Dorothy Gilliam, and Gene Roberts)
In September 1957, nine black students walked into Little Rock's all-white Central High School, striking a blow against segregation. As the heroic efforts of the "Little Rock Nine" helped define the civil rights era, the media played a crucial role in calling the public's attention to the issues of the...
2014_DC_NBF_Smith_14083078Natl Book Festival 2014 -- Jeff Smith
Cartoonist Jeff Smith is best known for creating the comic book and graphic novel series “Bone,” a publication characterized by both light-hearted comedy and dark fantasy. The idea for the Bone cousins, lead characters in the series, began to formulate when Smith was just a kid, inspired by the cartoons...
2009_DC_Great_Decision_09022682Newseum -- First Amendment Center -- Great Decision (w/John Paul Stevens, Cliff Sloan, and David McKean)
First Amendment Center Program in conjunction with The Supreme Court Fellows Alumni Association:
A Conversation with Justice John Paul Stevens, Cliff Sloan and David McKean on Chief Justice John Marshall's "Great Decision". The discussion was in connection with the book "The Great Decision: Jefferson,...
2008_DC_Lamb_08052526Newseum -- Inside Media w/Brian Lamb (C-SPAN)
Brian Lamb, founder and CEO of C-SPAN, will discuss how his idea to bring Congress into our living rooms has opened the door to public scrutiny of the legislative process.
The event was moderated by John Milewski, from the Newseum.
2008_DC_Schorr_08062823Newseum -- Inside Media w/Daniel Schorr
Inside Media with Daniel Schorr: In a radio and television career spanning more than 60 years, Daniel Schorr has covered some of the biggest stories of our time. He covered CIA and FBI investigations connected to the Watergate scandal, and his name was included on President Richard Nixon's infamous...
2008_DC_OKCity_08062935Newseum -- Inside Media w/Jon Hersley and Pierre Thomas (Oklahoma City bombing)
Inside Media with Jon Hersley and Pierre Thomas: The bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in April 1995 in Oklahoma City, Okla., shocked the nation. Special Agent Jon Hersley was the FBI’s lead agent in the investigation, pursuing leads and tracking evidence across dozens of states. Pierre...
2008_DC_Sohm_08070552Newseum -- Inside Media w/Joseph Sohm (Photography)
Celebrate America and “we the people” who make it great as photographer Joseph Sohm shares stories of the people and places in his photographs of quintessential Americana.
In his sweeping photographs, Sohm captures the spirit of America and its citizens in all 50 states. His photographs can be seen on...
2009_DC_Sohm_09121236Newseum -- Inside Media w/Joseph Sohm (Visions of America)
Inside Media: Visions of America
Guest: Joseph Sohm
How do you photograph democracy? Joseph Sohm's images, which span 30 years and all 50 states, may demonstrate the answer. Sohm's journeys have taken him from Washington, D.C.'s greatest monuments to the country's back roads and byways in his effort...
2008_DC_Dozier_08070653Newseum -- Inside Media w/Kimberly Dozier ("Breathing the Fire")
On Memorial Day in 2006, a car bomb ripped through CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier’s convoy in Iraq, killing five people — including two journalists — and leaving her near death.
On her road to recovery, Dozier endured dozens of surgeries. She chronicles the events of that fateful day, and tells...
2008_DC_Photo911_08091343Newseum -- Inside Media w/Mike Forcucci and Tom Franklin (9/11)
Inside Media: 9/11 Devastation and Determination: As smoke and flames billowed from New York skyscrapers and the Pentagon in the wake of 9/11 terrorist attacks, two photojournalists went to work that day documenting the devastation.
Local TV cameraman Mike Forcucci captured dramatic footage at the...
2008_DC_Pinkston_08091422Newseum -- Inside Media w/Randall Pinkston (Covering News Around the World)
Inside Media: Covering News Around the World
Guest: Randall Pinkston
For the past 18 years, Randall Pinkston has covered major stories around the world as a CBS News correspondent based in New York and Washington, D.C.
The recipient of three national Emmy Awards, Pinkston has reported on the post-war...
2008_DC_Marcus_08110822Newseum -- Inside Media w/Ruth Marcus (Election results)
Inside Media: Election 2008: The Results are In: Guest: Ruth Marcus. Washington Post reporter Ruth Marcus joins the Newseum for an in-depth conversation on the 2008 presidential election results and what they say about the electorate. As an editorial writer specializing in American politics, Marcus...
2008_DC_Blankley_08110229Newseum -- Inside Media w/Tony Blankley (Election 2008)
Inside Media: Election 2008
Tony Blankley is a former prosecutor, speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan, press secretary to House Speaker Newt Gingrich, editorial page editor of The Washington Times and frequent panelist on The McLaughlin Group.
Author of "The West’s Last Chance: Will We Win the...
2008_DC_Waco_08082337Newseum -- Inside Media w/Vicki Mabrey and Byron Sage (Waco)
Waco Revisited with Vicki Mabrey and Byron Sage: A fiery, fatal conclusion to the 51-day standoff between the Branch Dividian religious sect and government agents took the lives of at least 74 people barricaded inside their Waco, Texas, compound in 1993. Vicki Mabrey spent weeks covering the story as a...
2008_DC_Pincus_08090735Newseum -- Inside Media w/Walter Pincus (National Security and the Media)
National Security and the Media with Walter Pincus: With his yellow highlighter and gimlet eye, Washington Post reporter Walter Pincus pores through transcripts, committee reports, intelligence files and piles of documents to uncover the fine print that affects U.S. national security. A reporter for the...
2009_DC_Kane_09022370Newseum -- Reel Journalism: "Citizen Kane" (w/Tom Shales and Frank Mankiewicz)
Reel Journalism with Nick Clooney: Citizen Kane (1941)
Guests: Tom Shales, Frank Mankiewicz
Loosely based on the life of newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst, Orson Welles’s iconic 1941 classic is hailed as one of the greatest films ever made. Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post television and...
2015_DC_10Movies_15062269Newseum & AARP -- 10 Movies That Shaped the Boomers (w/Arch Campbell, Ann Hornaday and Bill Newcott)
10 Movies That Shaped the Boomers
Baby boomers have always had an intimate relationship with the movies. Born in the age of Saturday matinees, boomers came of age just as the movies began to awaken to the radical changes taking place in American culture.
In a special Newseum program co-sponsored by...
2011_DC_Miss_Innocence_111003107Newseum & University of Mississippi -- "Mississippi Innocence" premier (w/Dahlia Lithwick, John Grisham, Harry Edwards, and Angela Davis)
Newseum and The University of Mississippi invite you to the Washington, D.C., screening and discussion of Mississippi Innocence www.mississippiinnocencefilm.com Film by Joe York.
Speakers in sequence:
* Charles L. Overby, Chief Executive Officer, Freedom Forum, Newseum and Diversity Institute.
*...
2014_DC_Kalb_14041731NPC -- Kalb Report: "45 Words" (w/Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg)
The Kalb Report: 45 Words
A Conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the First Amendment
One sentence, just 45 words in length, proclaims and promises the freedoms that define American democracy. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees the...
2010_DC_Kalb_10111548NPC -- Kalb Report: "Scoops and Scandals" (w/Sam Donaldson, Douglas Brinkley, and Martha Joynt Kumar)
Scoops and Scandals: Two Centuries of Presidents and the Press on the Next Kalb Report, Nov. 15, 8 p.m.
Sam Donaldson, Douglas Brinkley, Martha Joynt Kumar join Marvin Kalb to Explore the Complicated Relationship between Reporters and Presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama

WASHINGTON –...
2015_DC_Kalb_151109101NPC -- Kalb Report: "Sunday Talk" (w/Chuck Todd and John Dickerson)
For more than 60 years, Americans have turned to network television on Sunday morning for intelligent, insightful discourse on issues of politics and public policy. A proud history, however, does not guarantee future success in a digital world and a dramatically changing television landscape. On this...
2014_DC_Kalb_141020113NPC -- Kalb Report: "Writing History" (w/Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein)
WRITING HISTORY:
Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein and Journalism's Finest Hour
On June 17, 1972 a simple botched break-in at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters in Washington, DC captured the attention of two intrepid reporters who uncovered a trail of corruption that led all the way up to our...
2009_DC_Dialogue_09121727Wilson Center -- Joseph Sohm (Dialogue interview)
Dialogue host John Milewski interviews Joseph Sohm about his new photographic book, "Visions of America".
2018_DC_WQ_18121037Wilson Center -- Wilson Quarterly reception
You are invited to a special Wilson Quarterly reception!
Join us to celebrate the latest issue of The WQ, featuring a discussion on the health of international governance today between Richard Solash, editor of The Wilson Quarterly, and Kyle Parker, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Helsinki Commission....
2010_DC_Dialogue_10042185Wilson Center & Internews Interactive -- U.S.-Russian Citizen Diplomacy Past and Present (w/Phil Donahue)
Dialogue, Defense and Media Messaging: U.S.-Russian Citizen Diplomacy Past and Present
Cosponsored by Internews Interactive

Phil Donahue, journalist and television host, New York
Vladimir Pozner, journalist and television host, Moscow
David Hoffman, contributing editor, The Washington...
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2021_01_06C1_Losers_March322DC -- Trump Losers Revolt -- Third Trump Losers protest which ended with the coup attempt
This was the last-chance day for supporters of the child president to overthrow democracy. After I left, the anti-democracy protestors stormed the US Capitol claiming they were protecting the Constitution while destroying it. (Partially reviewed)
2021_04_16B1_PershingO213DC -- Pershing Park / National World War I Memorial -- Photos related to opening day
The National World War I Memorial opened to the public on April 16. There was a private ceremony at 10am including a military fly-over which I totally missed (I didn't wake up that morning until 10:30am) but I came by later in the day to photograph. There was a dedication wreath next ot the water. W... (Partially reviewed)
2021_04_12C1_Gun_Violence_Mem315DC -- Event: Giffords Gun Violence Memorial @ Mall
GUN VIOLENCE MEMORIAL The Gun Violence Memorial is an installation on the National Mall in Washington DC to remember victims of gun violence and inspire the #CourageToAct. These 40,000 flowers represent the number of Americans who die from gun violence each year. Open to the public Tuesday, April 1... (Partially reviewed)
2021_03_29C1_Cherry124DC -- Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin (2021) (Partially reviewed)
2021_02_23B1_Losers_Capitol45DC -- Trump Losers Revolt -- Capitol Security Perimeter (Partially reviewed)
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