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2018_09_01A_NBF_Misc44DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous things. The Poltics and prose book sale area, the Pavilion of States, the Library of Congress Town Square, etc.
Folks include Carla Hayden, Michelle Krowl, Martha Kennedy, Joe Wos, Robert Pohl, Stephanie Stebich, Peter Slen (the C-Span interviewer), and Carlos Lozada. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01B1_NBF_Eizenstat24DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Stuart E. Eizenstat w/David Rubenstein
Stuart E. Eizenstat
Stuart E. Eizenstat is a diplomat and an attorney. His work as a lawyer focuses on resolving international trade problems and business disputes between the United States and other governments. Eizenstat was the U.S. ambassador to the European Union in 1993-1996 and deputy secretary... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01B2_NBF_Kilmeade13DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Brian Kilmeade
Brian Kilmeade
One of the co-hosts of “Fox & Friends,” Brian Kilemeade is also an author of history books such as “George Washington’s Secret Six” and “Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates.” His new work, “Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America’s Destiny”... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01B3_NBF_CK_EAD34DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Conversation: Founders and Their Slaves w/Catherine Kerrison and Erica Armstrong Dunbar w/Eric Deggans
Catherine Kerrison
Catherine Kerrison is an associate professor of history at Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania, where she teaches courses in colonial and revolutionary America and women's and gender history. She holds a Ph.D. in American history from the College of William and Mary. Her... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01B4_NBF_Chernow20DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Ron Chernow
Ron Chernow
Ron Chernow is the prize-winning author of six previous books and the recipient of the 2015 National Humanities Medal. His first book, “The House of Morgan,” won the National Book Award. “Washington: A Life” won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography, and “Alexander Hamilton”—the inspiration for... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01B5_NBF_Coll18DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Steve Coll
Steve Coll
Steve Coll was appointed Dean of Columbia Journalism School in 2013 after serving as president of New America Foundation (2007-2012). He joined the New Yorker as a staff writer in 2005 and continues to write for the publication on politics, national security and the media. Coll is also the... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01C1_NBF_Sotomayor57DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Sonia Sotomayor w/Carla Hayden
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor
Sonia Sotomayor, an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, was born in the Bronx, New York. She earned a B.A. from Princeton University and a J.D. from Yale Law School. She served as assistant district attorney in New York County and then as a litigator... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01C2_NBF_Tan13DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Amy Tan w/Marie Arana
Amy Tan
Amy Tan is the author of “The Valley of Amazement,” “The Joy Luck Club,” “The Kitchen God’s Wife,” “The Hundred Secret Senses,” “The Bonesetter’s Daughter” and “The Opposite of Fate: Memories of a Writing Life.” She has also penned two children’s books: “The Moon Lady” and “Sagwa,” which has... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01C3_NBF_Albright17DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Madeleine Albright w/David Rubenstein
Madeleine Albright
Madeleine Albright served from 1997 until 2001 as the first woman secretary of state. She was born in the former Czechoslovakia, and her family immigrated to the United States in 1948. She followed in her father’s footsteps by also becoming a diplomat. Prior to being secretary of... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01C4_NBF_Goodwin69DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Doris Kearns Goodwin w/David Rubenstein
Doris Kearns Goodwin
Doris Kearns Goodwin’s interest in leadership began more than half a century ago as a teacher at Harvard. Her experiences working for LBJ in the White House and later assisting him on his memoirs led to “Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream.” She followed up with the Pulitzer... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01C5_NBF_Meacham26DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Jon Meacham
Jon Meacham
Jon Meacham is a Pulitzer Prize-winning presidential historian. A contributing writer for The New York Times Book Review and a contributing editor of Time magazine, he is the author of the New York Times best-sellers “Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush,”... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01D1_NBF_Monumental24DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Panel: Monumental Decisions w/Kirk Savage, Kristin Ann Hass, Brent D. Glass, and James Reston Jr.
Kirk Savage
Kirk Savage has been writing about public monuments and collective memory for over 30 years. He is the author of “Standing Soldiers, Kneeling Slaves: Race, War, and Monument in Nineteenth-Century America” (Princeton University), now available in a new edition, and “Monument Wars: Washington... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01D2_NBF_Corchado6DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Alfredo Corchado
Alfredo Corchado
Alfredo Corchado is the Mexico border correspondent for The Dallas Morning News and author of “Midnight in Mexico.” He is a Nieman, Lannan, USMEX, Woodrow Wilson and Rockefeller fellow and the winner of the Maria Moors Cabot and Elijah Parish Lovejoy awards for courage in journalism.... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01D3_NBF_Wood18DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Gordon S. Wood w/David Rubenstein
Gordon S. Wood
An emeritus professor of history at Brown University, Gordon S. Wood is the author of “Creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787,” which won the Bancroft Prize and the John H. Dunning Prize in 1970, and “The Radicalism of the American Revolution,” which won the Pulitzer Prize for... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01E1_NBF_Proulx55DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Annie Proulx w/Carla Hayden and Marie Arana
Annie Proulx
Annie Proulx is the 2018 recipient of the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction. Her novel “The Shipping News” won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award and was adapted into a major motion picture. Her short story “Brokeback Mountain” (from the story collection... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01E2_NBF_Swanson10DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- James L. Swanson
James L. Swanson
James L. Swanson is the award-winning author of the best-seller “Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln's Killer.” His other books include his newest: “Chasing King’s Killer: The Hunt for Martin Luther King Jr.’s Assassin” (Scholastic). Swanson has also written “Chasing Lincoln's... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01E3_NBF_Grabenstein4DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Chris Grabenstein
Chris Grabenstein
Chris Grabenstein is the No, 1 New York Times best-selling author of “Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library,” “Mr. Lemoncello's Library Olympics,” “Mr. Lemoncello's Great Library Race” and “The Island of Dr. Libris.” He has co-written numerous bestselling books with James Patterson.... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01F1_NBF_Meltzer17DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Brad Meltzer
Brad Meltzer
Brad Meltzer is the No. 1 New York Times best-selling author of “The Inner Circle,” “The Book of Fate” and nine other best-selling thrillers, including “The Tenth Justice,” “The First Counsel,” “The Millionaires” and “The President’s Shadow.” His newest book is “The Escape Artist” (Grand... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01F2_NBF_Ignatius9DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- David Ignatius w/Stephanie Merry
David Ignatius
David Ignatius is an associate editor for The Washington Post. Since 2003, he has been the author of a twice-weekly, globally distributed column on global politics, economics and international affairs. He has held important positions at the International Herald Tribune and The Wasll... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01F3_NBF_McDonnell68DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Graphic Novels 1 of 4: Patrick McDonnell w/Michael Cavna
Patrick McDonnell (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01F4_NBF_PB_TW96DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Graphic Novels 2 of 4: Pénélope Bagieu and Tillie Walden w/Michael Cavna
Pénélope Bagieu
Pénélope Bagieu was born in Paris in 1982 to Corsican and Basque parents. She is a best-selling graphic novel author, and her editorial illustrations have appeared all over the French media. In America, her graphic novels include “Exquisite Corpse,” “California Dreamin’” and, most... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01F5_NBF_Piskor60DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Graphic Novels 3 of 4: Ed Piskor w/Michael Cavna
Ed Piskor
Ed Piskor is the writer and artist behind “X-Men: Grand Design” (Marvel). This deeply personal and heavily researched reimagining of the origins of the world famous X-Men incorporates the past 40 years of the title’s history and has been met with critical acclaim from all corners of the... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01F6_NBF_Gay22DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Graphic Novels 4 of 4: Roxane Gay w/Michael Cavna
Roxane Gay
Roxane Gay’s writing appears in “Best American Mystery Stories 20140,” “Best American Short Stories 2012,” “Best Sex Writing 2012,” and the magazines Harper’s Bazaar, A Public Space, McSweeney’s, Tin House, Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Virginia Quarterly Review and many others.... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01G1_NBF_KD_HB12DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Kate DiCamillo and Harry Bliss
Kate DiCamillo
Kate DiCamillo is the beloved author of many books for children, including “Flora & Ulysses” and “The Tale of Despereaux,” both of which received Newbery Medals. Her most recent middle-grade novel, “Raymie Nightingale,” was an instant No. 1 New York Times best-seller and a National Book... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01G2_NBF_Selznick21DC -- Natl Book Festival 2018 -- Brian Selznick w/Barrie Hardymon
Brian Selznick
Brian Selznick’s books have garnered countless accolades worldwide and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He is the Caldecott Medal-winning creator of the No. 1 New York Times best-sellers “The Invention of Hugo Cabret,” adapted into Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning movie... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_01H_SIPG_McCain8DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (NPG) -- Exhibit: In Memoriam: Senator John S. McCain III
In Memoriam: Senator John S. McCain III
August 27, 2018 – September 9, 2018
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery recognizes the life and legacy of late Senator and former presidential nominee John S. McCain III with a photograph by the British-born photographer Steve Pyke.
McCain, who was born... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02A_Ike_Mem8DC -- Eisenhower National Memorial (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02B1_WCCanal67DC -- Mall -- Lockkeepers House (Washington City Canal House)
This was the first weekend that lock house #0 had been open to the public. It is supposed to be open on a more regular schedule starting September 13 or so. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02B2_Mall_Floodwall3DC -- Natl Mall area -- 17th Street Levee (Floodwall) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02B3_Forest1DC -- U.S. Forest Service visitor center (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02C1_Holocaust3DC -- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02C2_Holocaust_Americans341DC -- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum -- Exhibit: Americans and the Holocaust
Americans and the Holocaust
Opened April 23, 2018
This exhibition is a portrait of American society that shows how the Depression, isolationism, xenophobia, racism, and antisemitism shaped responses to Nazism and the Holocaust. It reveals how much information was available to Americans at the time and... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02C4_Holocaust_Witnesses20DC -- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum -- Exhibit: American Witnesses
American Witnesses
In April 1945, young Americans serving in the US military encountered the Nazi concentration camps. Few, even those hardened in battle, expected such a shock. “I do not know words that are strong enough or expressive enough to describe the horror I saw in those few days,” one US Army... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02D1_Emory37DC -- Emory United Methodist Church (by Fort Stevens) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_02D2_Ft_Stevens23DC -- Circle Forts -- Fort Stevens Park (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_04_Ryan51Politics & Prose -- April Ryan ("Under Fire")
April Ryan - Under Fire: Reporting from the Front Lines of the Trump White House
Ryan has been a White House correspondent for the American Urban Radio Networks since the Clinton administration, but with Trump’s arrival she has become part of the story she’s covering. Her new book is both a reporter’s... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_05A1_Southwest15DC -- Southwest areas (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_05A2_Spy6DC -- International Spy Museum (New Location) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_05A3_Waterfront27DC -- Waterfront area (District Wharf) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_05A4_PProse_Wharf7DC -- Politics & Prose (DC Wharf Location)
Including the new mural done by Juana Medina. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_05A5_Ike_Mem3DC -- Eisenhower National Memorial (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_05B_Kennedy20Politics & Prose @ The Wharf -- Martha H. Kennedy ("Drawn to Purpose")
Martha H. Kennedy - Drawn to Purpose: American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists — at Politics and Prose at The Wharf
Kennedy’s ground-breaking survey presents in detail the lives and work of eighty women illustrators from the late nineteenth century to today. Starting with Golden Age artists Mary... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06A1_10thSt_Park19DC -- 10th Street Park (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06A2_City_Center2DC -- City Center complex (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06A3_City_Center_Loop13DC -- City Center complex -- LOOP
LOOP Comes to DC
August 8th - September 16th
CityCenterDC invites Washingtonians and visitors alike to discover Loop, an original interactive installation by world renowned artists Olivier Girouard and Jonathan Villeneuve. The installation, which was first presented as part of the 7th edition of... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06B_ORourke41Cato Institute -- "None of My Business" (w/P.J. O'Rourke)
None of My Business: P.J. Explains Money, Banking, Debt, Equity, Assets, Liabilities, and Why He’s Not Rich and Neither Are You
Featuring the author P. J. O’Rourke, H. L. Mencken Research Fellow, Cato Institute; with introductory remarks by David Boaz, Executive Vice President, Cato Institute.
P. J.... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06C1_Arlington_Manassas112VA -- Arlington Natl Cemetery -- Event: Millennium Expansion and Manassas Soldier Burial
Arlington National Cemetery returned to its roots as a resting place for the Civil War dead with a burial Thursday of two unknown Union soldiers.
The burials marked the dedication of an $87 million expansion of the cemetery that officials hope will extend the cemetery’s life by up to 10 years.
The... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06C2_Arlington_Y2K8VA -- Arlington Natl Cemetery -- New Millennium Section (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06D1_SS_8250_Georgia11MD -- Silver Spring -- 8250 Georgia (Solaire) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06D2_SS_1stBaptist2MD -- Silver Spring -- First Baptist Church development (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_06E1_Morales136Takoma Park Community Center and Politics & Prose -- Yuyi Morales ("Dreamers/ Soñadores")
Yuyi Morales - Dreamers/ Soñadores (Spanish language) — at Takoma Park Library (MD)
In 1994, the award-winning author Yuyi Morales crossed a bridge with her two-month old son from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico to El Paso, Texas. They settled into a new American life where almost everything was different and... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_07A_KatzenX132DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2018D Early Fall Exhibition
Finding a Path
Emilie Brzezinski and Dalya Luttwak: A Conversation
September 4-December 16, 2018
Curated by Aneta Georgievska-Shine
Emilie Brzezinski and Dalya Luttwak have much in common as artists, yet they have never shown their works together. Brzezinski’s massive, rough-hewn wood sculptures... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_07B_KatzenXT76DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2018D Early Fall Members Gallery Talk: Emilie Brzezinski, Dalya Luttwak, Aneta Georgievska-Shine, and Mika Brzezinski
Folks in the audience included Aviva Kempner, Joe Scarborough, Jack Rasmussen, Sharon Wolpoff, etc. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_07C_KatzenO50DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2018D Early Fall Members Opening Reception
The artist talk and Artifacts performance are on other pages. Check the links above.
Folks here include Jack Rasmussen, Sylvia Mathews Burwell (American University President), Carol Brown Goldberg, Joann Moser, Aneta Georgievska-Shine, Dalya Luttwak, and Lowell Gilbertson. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_07D_Artifacts69DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2018D Early Fall Member's Party w/The Artifacts
Members' Preview
Join us for a private reception and gallery talk on the life and work of Robert D’Arista before closing out the night with a jam session by our Director’s band, The Artifacts.
The members of the band: CAS Dean Peter Starr, Museum Director Jack Rasmussen, Courtney Surls, ...
Folks in... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08A_Metro_GP6Metro Station -- Gallery Place
A new canopy is going up over the escalator. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08B1_City_Center_Loop25DC -- City Center complex -- LOOP
LOOP Comes to DC
August 8th - September 16th
CityCenterDC invites Washingtonians and visitors alike to discover Loop, an original interactive installation by world renowned artists Olivier Girouard and Jonathan Villeneuve. The installation, which was first presented as part of the 7th edition of... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08B2_City_Center3DC -- City Center complex (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08C1_SIPG_Pushing107DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM archives) -- Exhibit: Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art
Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art
August 10, 2018 – January 4, 2019
Beginning in the 1960s, artists from around the world looked to the postal system as an alternative means of producing, distributing, and receiving art. Mail art (alternatively called “correspondence... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08C2_SIPG_Portrait3DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center -- Portraits (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08C3_SIPG_Discord_AJ39DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (NPG) -- Exhibit: Faces of Discord -- Andrew Johnson (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08C4_SIPG_CW7DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (NPG) -- Exhibit: Civil War (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08D1_Kerry196Sixth & I and Politics & Prose -- John Kerry ("Every Day is Extra") w/David Ignatius
John Kerry - Every Day Is Extra — at Sixth & I
John Kerry has devoted his life to public service. Since he testified in front of Congress as a decorated young Vietnam veteran disillusioned with the war, he’s placed himself at the heart of American political life, serving as a five-term Senator and as... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_09A_Eisen11Politics & Prose -- Norman Eisen ("The Last Palace")
Norman Eisen - The Last Palace: Europe's Turbulent Century in Five Lives and One Legendary House
Eisen’s rich profile of Prague’s Petschek Villa, now the residence of the U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic, combines political history and memoir for an illuminating look at Europe in the last century.... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_09B_Pelecanos90Politics & Prose -- George Pelecanos ("The Man Who Came Uptown")
George Pelecanos - The Man Who Came Uptown
In some twenty mystery-thrillers, Pelecanos has created unforgettable and utterly human characters, placed them in situations offering no obvious right choices, and has illuminated the life of D.C. neighborhoods better than any sociology text could. In his... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10A_Core129DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Jim Core ("U.S. Preparations for World's Fairs)
Our guest at the next next PDC / PDAA / USC Annenberg lunch forum will be Jim Core, Director of the International Expositions Unit in the State Department Office of the Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs. His bio is at https://www.state.gov/r/expo/280204.htm
The topic will be the... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10B1_KSt7DC -- K Street area (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10B2_KSt_Sham5DC -- K Street area -- Foon Sham sculptures (Droplet, Turning Point, Ductile, Vascular Form #10) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10B3_Wawa6DC -- Wawa (1111 19th St. NW) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10B4_YMCA8DC -- 1701 Rhode Island Ave (the old YMCA) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10B5_Callbox2DC -- Callboxes (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10B6_HRC9DC -- Human Rights Campaign HQ (1640 RI Ave, NW) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10C_Disinformation60DC -- CSIS -- Countering Disinformation: Interdisciplinary Lessons for Policymakers
Countering Disinformation: Interdisciplinary Lessons for Policymakers
With the growth of social media, disinformation has become an increasingly potent political tool. State and non-state actors from various countries, among them Russia and China, have become adept at manufacturing and spreading... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10D1_CSIS16DC -- Center for Strategic and International Studies (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10D2_WP15L33DC -- Midtown Center (1100 15th St NW -- Old Washington Post Bldg) -- Exterior (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10D3_SS_Fairfield_Res14MD -- Silver Spring -- Fairfield Residential (916 Thayer Ave.) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_11_Rad_Girls134Politics & Prose -- Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl ("Rad Girls Can") w/Mary Beth Tinker
Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl - Rad Girls Can: Stories of Bold, Brave, and Brilliant Young Women — In conversation with Mary Beth Tinker
What do the young women in this book have in common? Quite simply, they're amazing. The real-life heroines profiled are making it happen in a range of fields:... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_12A1_Molesworth107Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Helen Molesworth (Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture)
Join Helen Molesworth, former chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, for a lecture exploring the work of sculptor Ruth Asawa.
 The Clarice Smith Distinguished Lectures in American Art highlight excellence and innovation in American art through evenings with an outstanding artist,... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13A1_Ollies24DC -- Ollie's Trolley (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13A2_SIAH_Batmobile12DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: The Batmobile (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13A3_WCCanal11DC -- Mall -- Lockkeepers House (Washington City Canal House)
There was supposed to be a ribbon-cutting this morning but the ceremony was delayed for a month due to Hurricane Frances. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13A4_Corc_Spiked2DC -- Corcoran School of the Arts and Design -- Exhibit: Spiked
The outside signs for the exhibit. (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13A5_SIRG_Burning_Art14DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Exhibit: No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13A6_WHouse_Passby4DC -- Presidential Motorcade drive-by or Helicopter flyby (pick one) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13C_SIRG_Handihour72Renwick Gallery -- Handi-Hour (2018 Sep, Art of Burning Man) (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13D_Royer37Takoma Park Community Center and Politics & Prose -- Jérémie Royer ("Audubon: On the Wings of the World")
Jérémie Royer - Audubon: On the Wings of the World — at Takoma Park Library (MD)
He was a man of many names and many lives, some invented and some embellished. But one thread followed John James Audubon through his life: a love of nature and an unquenchable thirst for adventure. This graphic novel... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_13E1_Passage128AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2018) -- "Birds of Passage" opening reception
BIRDS OF PASSAGE (2018)
Special Features: Opening Night Sept 13 show features post-screening wine reception and DJ set by DJ Rockactivo, spinning '70s Latin funk & disco
[PÁJAROS DE VERANO]
Special Features: 2018 Oscar® Selection, Colombia
Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra, the creative team behind... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_14A1_InclusionAM192Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Symposium: Radical Inclusion and Tales from the Playa: Talks on Art, Inspiration, and the History of Burning Man -- (1 of 2) Morning Sessions
Radical Inclusion and Tales from the Playa: Talks on Art, Inspiration, and the History of Burning Man
Join SAAM, five of the original founders of Burning Man, artists from No Spectators: the Art of Burning Man, and other Burners for a day of storytelling, short films, and discussions about the history... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_14B1_InclusionPM324Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Symposium: Radical Inclusion and Tales from the Playa: Talks on Art, Inspiration, and the History of Burning Man -- (2 of 2) Afternoon Sessions
Radical Inclusion and Tales from the Playa: Talks on Art, Inspiration, and the History of Burning Man
Join SAAM, five of the original founders of Burning Man, artists from No Spectators: the Art of Burning Man, and other Burners for a day of storytelling, short films, and discussions about the history... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_14C1_Andres75Politics & Prose @ Lisner -- José Andrés ("We Fed an Island") w/Tim Carman
José Andrés - We Fed an Island — in conversation with Tim Carman — at GW Lisner Auditorium
Four days after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, José Andrés arrived on the island and started to cook. Andrés, whose 29 restaurants have earned him Michelin Stars and two James Beard “Outstanding Chef” awards,... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_15A_SPX_Other172MD -- Bethesda -- Small Press Expo (2018) -- Other
Folks here include Library of Congress staff (Megan Halsband, ???, ???, and Martha Kennedy), Dave McKenna, Cheese Hasselberger, Rafer Roberts, Karen Green, Tom Kaczynski (Uncivilized Books), Mike Jenkins, Michael Cavna, Joe Sutliff, Rebecca Sugar, Nate Powell, Erica Perl, Erin Nations, Roz Chast, John... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_15B1_SPX_Chast22MD -- Bethesda -- Small Press Expo (2018) -- Panel: Roz Chast In Conversation
Roz Chast In Conversation
Roz Chast is an artistic polymath. Her humorous single-panel cartoons on the tics and neuroses of everyday life have been entertaining readers of The New Yorker for years. Her first graphic novel, Can We Please Talk About Something A Little More Pleasant? garnered her both the... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_15B2_SPX_Tyler14MD -- Bethesda -- Small Press Expo (2018) -- Beatles Sing-A-Long With Carol Tyler
Beatles Sing-A-Long With Carol Tyler
Celebrate the release of comics legend Carol Tyler’s new book, Fab4 Mania, by coming out to the main foyer and singing some of the Beatles’ greatest hits with her! There will be a book signing immediately following the event at the Fantagraphics table. (Partially reviewed)
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2018_09_15A_SPX_Other172MD -- Bethesda -- Small Press Expo (2018) -- Other
Folks here include Library of Congress staff (Megan Halsband, ???, ???, and Martha Kennedy), Dave McKenna, Cheese Hasselberger, Rafer Roberts, Karen Green, Tom Kaczynski (Uncivilized Books), Mike Jenkins, Michael Cavna, Joe Sutliff, Rebecca Sugar, Nate Powell, Erica Perl, Erin Nations, Roz Chast, Jo... (Partially reviewed)
2018_08_10A1_Josiah251AFI -- "Josiah" (w/Jared Brock, Catherine Leggett, Jamie Kuhns, Dennis Green and Anthony Cohen)
JOSIAH Aug. 10: SOLD OUT! Film screening followed by Q&A with filmmaker Jared Brock, First Lady of Montgomery County Catherine Leggett, Montgomery Parks historian Jamie Kuhns and Josiah Henson descendant Dennis Green, moderated by historian Anthony Cohen, Founder/Director of the Menare Foundation. A... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_10A_Core129DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Jim Core ("U.S. Preparations for World's Fairs)
Our guest at the next next PDC / PDAA / USC Annenberg lunch forum will be Jim Core, Director of the International Expositions Unit in the State Department Office of the Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs. His bio is at https://www.state.gov/r/expo/280204.htm The topic will be th... (Partially reviewed)
2018_07_29B2_NGA_Humor304DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Exhibit: Sense of Humor
Sense of Humor July 15, 2018 – January 6, 2019 Humor may be fundamental to human experience, but its expression in painting and sculpture has been limited. Instead, prints, as the most widely distributed medium, and drawings, as the most private, have been the natural vehicles for comic content. Dr... (Partially reviewed)
2018_09_08D1_Kerry196Sixth & I and Politics & Prose -- John Kerry ("Every Day is Extra") w/David Ignatius
John Kerry - Every Day Is Extra — at Sixth & I John Kerry has devoted his life to public service. Since he testified in front of Congress as a decorated young Vietnam veteran disillusioned with the war, he’s placed himself at the heart of American political life, serving as a five-term Senator and a... (Partially reviewed)


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