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2022_09_03A1_NBF_Misc70Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Miscellaneous
Folks here include:
* Kwame Alexander who I kept running into on the floor
* Karen Joy Fowler ("Booth") who was signing at the Indiana state booth
* David Rubenstein who was leaving the signing area
* Leon Wieseltier who was attending one of the panels
Also various folks from the US Capital...
2022_09_03A2_NBF_PP21Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Politics and Prose Area
2022_09_03A3_NBF_CSpan28Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Book TV on C-Span2
Folks here include Peter Slen (Host, C-SPAN), Geraldine Brooks, Clint Smith, Elizabeth Williamson, Kathryn Judge, Carla Hayden, Jack Davis, and Will Bunch.
2022_09_03A4_NBF_WP26Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Washington Post authors
Folks here include Fred Bowen ("Hardcourt: Stories from 75 Years of the National Basketball Association"), Sue Fliess ("Kid Scientist: Marine Biologists on a Dive" and "Rumble and Roar"), Jennifer O'Connell ("Elephants RememberL A True Story" and "The Eye of the Whale"), Juana Medina ("Juana & Lucas:...
2022_09_03B1_NBF_Truer8Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Truer Than True Crime: Novels About Swindlers and Murderers with Kirstin Chen, Katie Gutierrez and Amanda Eyre Ward
Truer Than True Crime: Novels About Swindlers and Murderers with Kirstin Chen, Katie Gutierrez and Amanda Eyre Ward
Ballroom A (Level 3, South Building)
What’s with America’s fascination with true crime? These novelists have a few thoughts. Kirstin Chen’s “Counterfeit,” Katie Gutierrez’s “More Than...
2022_09_03B2_NBF_Albom17Natl Book Festival 2022 -- The 25th Anniversary of "Tuesdays with Morrie" with Mitch Albom
The 25th Anniversary of "Tuesdays with Morrie" with Mitch Albom
"Tuesdays with Morrie" is one of the bestselling memoirs of all time, even now, 25 years after its original publication. Written by Mitch Albom, the book recounts several visits to Albom’s former college professor and mentor, Morrie...
2022_09_03B3_NBF_Families12Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Families Are the Best, Families Are the Worst with Eleanor Brown and Jennifer Close
Families Are the Best, Families Are the Worst with Eleanor Brown and Jennifer Close
Family is always, um, well, kind of…complicated. Eleanor Brown and Jennifer Close capture the nuances of family emotions in their new novels. Brown’s “Any Other Family” tells the story of three sets of parents who are...
2022_09_03B4_NBF_Conjure16Natl Book Festival 2022 -- The Library of Congress Crime Classics Series Presents a Performance from "The Conjure-Man Dies"
The Library of Congress Crime Classics Series Presents a Performance from "The Conjure-Man Dies"
“The Conjure-Man Dies” by Rudolph Fisher is a groundbreaking American mystery, the first ever to feature a Black detective and all Black characters, recently republished in the Library of Congress’ Crime...
2022_09_03B5_NBF_DPV7Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Dolen Perkins-Valdez on Her New Novel "Take My Hand"
Dolen Perkins-Valdez on Her New Novel "Take My Hand"
Dolen Perkins-Valdez’s latest novel, “Take My Hand,” revolves around Civil Townsend, a Black nurse we follow from the early days of her career in 1973 to her
Eventual retirement. Inspired by true events, the novel lays bare the shameful history of...
2022_09_03B6_NBF_Funnier31Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Is Anything Funnier Than Politics? with Susan Coll, Grant Ginder and Xochitl Gonzalez
Is Anything Funnier Than Politics? with Susan Coll, Grant Ginder and Xochitl Gonzalez
Politics are hilarious–when they’re fiction, of course! No one knows better than these three novelists. Susan Coll's "Bookish People," Grant Ginder's "Let's Not Do That Again" and Xochitl Gonzalez's "Olga Dies...
2022_09_03B7_NBF_Famous26Natl Book Festival 2022 -- We Knew Them Before They Were Famous: Historical Fiction with Louis Bayard and Karen Joy Fowler
We Knew Them Before They Were Famous: Historical Fiction with Louis Bayard and Karen Joy Fowler
Ever wondered about the origins of historical figures, before they were famous? Louis Bayard, author of “Jackie & Me,” and Karen Joy Fowler, author of “Booth,” are professionals at doing just that. Delving...
2022_09_03C1_NBF_Racism14Natl Book Festival 2022 -- How Racism Happens with Robert Samuels and Linda Villarosa
How Racism Happens with Robert Samuels and Linda Villarosa
What is systemic racism? In “Under the Skin,” Linda Villarosa exposes forces in our healthcare system that cause Black people to "live sicker and die quicker." In “His Name is George Floyd,” Robert Samuels draws upon hundreds of interviews to...
2022_09_03C2_NBF_Heal10Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Heal Thyself?: Mental Illness and Me with Rachel Aviv and Daniel Bergner
Heal Thyself?: Mental Illness and Me with Rachel Aviv and Daniel Bergner
Despite recent efforts to destigmatize mental illness, it’s still not something everyone feels free to discuss. Why is that? And what effect does America’s health care system have on how mental health is treated? Rachel Aviv,...
2022_09_03C4_NBF_Unite15Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Citizens Unite: Creating Community in America with Gal Beckerman and Kathryn Judge
Citizens Unite: Creating Community in America with Gal Beckerman and Kathryn Judge
These writers want to create tangible community in our rapidly changing public sphere. In “The Quiet Before,” Gal Beckerman traces the origins of radical thought, arguing that today’s social movements, often mobilized...
2022_09_03C5_NBF_Trust20Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Who Do You Trust?: Conspiracies in America with Brendan McConville and Elizabeth Williamson
Who Do You Trust?: Conspiracies in America with Brendan McConville and Elizabeth Williamson
Explore two conspiracy theories in American history 200 years apart. In “The Brethren,” Brendan McConville tells the story of a group of Revolutionary-era farmers fearing for their religious freedom, and in...
2022_09_03C6_NBF_Water15Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Under Water: Climate Change and Me with Juli Berwald and Edith Widder
Under Water: Climate Change and Me with Juli Berwald and Edith Widder
The planet’s future isn’t just a public issue—for some, it’s a personal crusade. In “Life on the Rocks,” Juli Berwald describes her admiration of coral reefs and relates their uncertain future to her life. In “Below the Edge of...
2022_09_03C7_NBF_Thinking16Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Writing Is Thinking: The Essay in an Age of Speed with Morten Høi Jensen, Shawn McCreesh and Becca Rothfeld
Writing Is Thinking: The Essay in an Age of Speed with Morten Høi Jensen, Shawn McCreesh and Becca Rothfeld
Ballroom B (Level 3, South Building)
In a whirlwind of headlines and tweets, the essay has become a mode of deep thinking and indelible critique. In this program, Liberties Journal contributors...
2022_09_03C8_NBF_Yong20Natl Book Festival 2022 -- An Immense World: Animal Senses with Ed Yong
An Immense World: Animal Senses with Ed Yong
What do bees see? What do crocodiles feel? In “An Immense World,” Ed Yong takes us on a journey, illustrating the ability of Earth’s creatures to feel textures, vibrations, and even magnetic fields. Yong’s goal is to expand our understanding of animals in...
2022_09_03D1_NBF_Maraniss10Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Path Lit by Lightning: The Life of Jim Thorpe with David Maraniss
Path Lit by Lightning: The Life of Jim Thorpe with David Maraniss
Olympic champion Jim Thorpe (1887–1953) is known as one of America’s great sportsmen. In his book “Path Lit By Lightning: the Life of Jim Thorpe,” two-time Pulitzer Prize winning author David Maraniss details the discrimination and...
2022_09_03D2_NBF_Pioneers11Natl Book Festival 2022 -- The Pioneers: Women Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement with Tomiko Brown-Nagin and Kate Clifford Larson
The Pioneers: Women Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement with Tomiko Brown-Nagin and Kate Clifford Larson
Constance Baker Motley and Fannie Lou Hamer were two crucial figures in the civil rights movement. Tomiko Brown-Nagin’s book “Civil Rights Queen” tells Motley’s story as an activist lawyer who...
2022_09_03D3_NBF_Davis8Natl Book Festival 2022 -- The Bald Eagle: The Improbable Journey of America's Bird with Jack E. Davis
The Bald Eagle: The Improbable Journey of America's Bird with Jack E. Davis
Strength. Resolution. Freedom. The bald eagle is among the most enduring American symbols, but there is a complicated history beneath that worship. David M. Rubenstein joins Pulitzer Prize-winning environmentalist and author...
2022_09_03D4_NBF_CSmith20Natl Book Festival 2022 -- NBF and DCPL Present: DC Reads Writer Clint Smith
NBF and DCPL Present: DC Reads Writer Clint Smith
In this collaboration with DC Public Library, we present Clint Smith talking about his book “How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America,” the latest DC Reads selection. “How the Word Is Passed” was named a Best Book...
2022_09_03D5_NBF_Millard13Natl Book Festival 2022 -- River of the Gods: The Search for the Source of the Nile with Candice Millard
River of the Gods: The Search for the Source of the Nile with Candice Millard
Renowned historian Candice Millard will discuss “River of the Gods: Genius, Courage, and Betrayal in the Search for the Source of the Nile,” an engaging account of two 19th-century explorers sent by Great Britain to uncover...
2022_09_03D6_NBF_French11Natl Book Festival 2022 -- At the Heart of Modernity: Africa and Africans with Howard W. French
At the Heart of Modernity: Africa and Africans with Howard W. French
What happens when you consider the origins of modernity and center Africa rather than Europe? Howard W. French’s book, “Born in Blackness,” explores that very question as he investigates the forgotten history of how Africa and its...
2022_09_03D7_NBF_Hernandez14Natl Book Festival 2022 -- "Rebel Historian" Kelly Lytle Hernández on the Mexican Revolution
"Rebel Historian" Kelly Lytle Hernández on the Mexican Revolution
The Mexican Revolution happened over a century ago, but its impact continues to resonate beyond its borders. Historian and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Kelly Lytle Hernández’s book “Bad Mexicans: Race, Empire and Revolution in the...
2022_09_03D8_NBF_DSmith15Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop with Danyel Smith
Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop with Danyel Smith
With a career in media and journalism spanning nearly three decades, Danyel Smith—host of the music podcast Black Girl Songbook—masterfully chronicles formerly unrecognized stories of Black women who shaped America’s music...
2022_09_03E1_NBF_Brown6Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Believe in Yourself: What We Learned from Arthur with Marc Brown
Believe in Yourself: What We Learned from Arthur with Marc Brown
It’s the 25th anniversary of the award-winning “Arthur” TV series! Creator Marc Brown celebrates this milestone with the publication of his book, “Believe in Yourself: What We Learned from Arthur,” a collection of the best quotes and life...
2022_09_03E2_NBF_Thurman4Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Jumping for Joy! with Brittany J. Thurman
Jumping for Joy! with Brittany J. Thurman
Come take flight with us in this program with Brittney J. Thurman as she discusses her latest book, “Fly,” which follows Africa, a young Black girl, as she tries to follow in her grandmother's footsteps and become a double Dutch champion. With perseverance,...
2022_09_03E3_NBF_Behar8Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Tía Fortuna's New Home: A Jewish Cuban Journey with Ruth Behar
Tía Fortuna's New Home: A Jewish Cuban Journey with Ruth Behar
How do you leave the place you call home? With the support of your family, of course! Ruth Behar captures the struggle of saying goodbye in “Tía Fortuna's New Home,” which follows Estrella, a young girl, as she learns about her culture...
2022_09_03E4_NBF_Majesty10Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Time to Meet Her Majesty the Queen of Kindergarten! with Derrick Barnes and Vanessa Brantley-Newton
Time to Meet Her Majesty the Queen of Kindergarten! with Derrick Barnes and Vanessa Brantley-Newton
The best way to greet the start of a new school year is with confidence—and a tiara! Companion to “The King of Kindergarten,” “The Queen of Kindergarten,” tells the story of MJ, a young Black girl, on...
2022_09_03E5_NBF_Barnett9Natl Book Festival 2022 -- 75 Years of Reading "Goodnight Moon" with Mac Barnett
75 Years of Reading "Goodnight Moon" with Mac Barnett
Can you believe it? It has been 75 years since the publication of Margaret Wise Brown’s beloved children’s book “Goodnight Moon!” Mac Barnett, author of “The Important Thing About Margaret Wise Brown,” will be at this year’s National Book Festival...
2022_09_03E7_NBF_BBoy10Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Literature to Life Presents a Performance from Richard Wright's "Black Boy"
Literature to Life Presents a Performance from Richard Wright's "Black Boy"
Join us for a performance of Richard Wright’s “Black Boy,” presented by Literature to Life. Actor Tarantino Smith brings the book to life before your eyes: one person telling the story, performing all of the characters, and...
2022_09_03E8_NBF_Baldwin10Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Literature to Life Presents a Performance from James Baldwin's "If Beale Street Could Talk"
Literature to Life Presents a Performance from James Baldwin's "If Beale Street Could Talk"
Join us for a performance of James Baldwin’s “If Beale Street Could Talk,” presented by Literature to Life. Actor Channie Waites brings the book to life before your eyes: one person telling the story, performing...
2022_09_03F1_NBF_1stCat14Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Did You Know That the First Cat in Space Ate Pizza? with Mac Barnett and Shawn Harris
Did You Know That the First Cat in Space Ate Pizza? with Mac Barnett and Shawn Harris
Rats are eating the moon! Only one hero is right for the job: a cat. Blasted into space and joined only by the bossy Moon Queen and a toenail clipping robot, can these unlikely heroes save the world? Join Mac Barnett...
2022_09_03F2_NBF_Because15Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Because of You, John Lewis: The Story of a Young Activist's Friendship with His Hero with Andrea Davis Pinkney and Tybre Faw
Because of You, John Lewis: The Story of a Young Activist's Friendship with His Hero with Andrea Davis Pinkney and Tybre Faw
Join Andrea Davis Pinkney and Tybre Faw as they discuss “Because of You, John Lewis,” based on the true story of how 10-year-old history buff Faw befriended his idol, Congressman...
2022_09_03F3_NBF_Kelly7Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Let's Celebrate the Small and Mighty Marisol with Erin Entrada Kelly!
Let's Celebrate the Small and Mighty Marisol with Erin Entrada Kelly!
Being a kid is harder than it looks. Erin Entrada Kelly presents her new standalone novel “Surely Surely Marisol Rainey,” a companion to the well-loved “Maybe Maybe Marisol Rainey.” This novel celebrates the small but mighty Marisol...
2022_09_03F4_NBF_Menendez9Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Latinitas: Celebrating 40 Big Dreamers! with Juliet Menéndez
Latinitas: Celebrating 40 Big Dreamers! with Juliet Menéndez
Discover the true stories behind 40 inspiring women. Join Juliet Menédez’s talk about “Latinitas,” a beautifully illustrated book that features the stories of 40 influential Latinas. From Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor to singer Selena...
2022_09_03F5_NBF_Okay23Natl Book Festival 2022 -- You'll Be Okay: Graphic Novels About Kids Who Keep Going with Johnnie Christmas and Kat Fajardo
You'll Be Okay: Graphic Novels About Kids Who Keep Going with Johnnie Christmas and Kat Fajardo
Will kids ever be allowed to be in charge of their own lives? Johnie Christmas and Kat Fajardo talk about their new graphic novels that try to find the answer. “Swim Team” features Bree, a girl starting...
2022_09_03F6_NBF_Basketball14Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Hardcourt: 75 Years of Basketball with Fred Bowen and James E. Ransome
Hardcourt: 75 Years of Basketball with Fred Bowen and James E. Ransome
Celebrate 75 years of the NBA with us! “Hardcourt,” by author Fred Bowen and illustrator James E. Ransome, is the story of the biggest league for one of the nation’s most loved sports. Follow the evolution of basketball and learn...
2022_09_03F7_NBF_Korman9Natl Book Festival 2022 -- OMG, Gordon Korman Has Written 100 Books!
OMG, Gordon Korman Has Written 100 Books!
Can you believe Gordon Korman has written 100 books? That’s like one a day or something, right? At this year’s National Book Festival, Gordon will talk about his latest book, “The Fort,” which is the story of a middle-school band of brothers—five friends who...
2022_09_03F8_NBF_Alexander19Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Kwame Alexander Previews His New Novel!
Kwame Alexander Previews His New Novel!
Kwame Alexander presents his forthcoming book “The Door of No Return,” which follows 11-year-old Kofi Offin, a boy who constantly dreams about water and swims like a minnow. One day, an unthinkable tragedy occurs during a wrestling match at a village festival....
2022_09_03F9_NBF_Gooey16Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Tough with a Gooey Center: Kids Who Learn to Be Themselves with David Bowles and Jennifer Ziegler
Tough with a Gooey Center: Kids Who Learn to Be Themselves with David Bowles and Jennifer Ziegler
Entering middle school often means putting on a mask and powering through the rough years. David Bowles’ "They Call Her Fregona" continues the story in "They Call Me Güero," capturing a bittersweet romance...
2022_09_03G1_NBF_Chainani3Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Get Into the School for Good and Evil with Soman Chainani!
Get Into the School for Good and Evil with Soman Chainani!
Join Soman Chainani for a behind-the-curtain look into his fantasy series The School for Good & Evil and the film inspired by these books coming to Netflix this October. Hear about the making of the series, the movie, and his new book, “Rise of...
2022_09_03G2_NBF_Save14Natl Book Festival 2022 -- How Many Times Do Kids Have to Save the World?: Deep Adventure Stories with Lev Grossman and Julian Randall
How Many Times Do Kids Have to Save the World?: Deep Adventure Stories with Lev Grossman and Julian Randall
Isn’t it great when kids are left to solve the world’s hardest problems?! Lev Grossman’s “The Golden Swift,” a sequel to “The Silver Arrow,” follows Kate as she breaks the rules trying to restore...
2022_09_03G3_NBF_Sutherland10Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Dragonkind Unite!: 10 Years of Wings of Fire Adventures with Tui T. Sutherland
Dragonkind Unite!: 10 Years of Wings of Fire Adventures with Tui T. Sutherland
Whether you’re a fan or a newcomer to the series, all dragon lovers are welcome! After a decade writing her Wings of Fire series, Tui T. Sutherland is releasing her fifteenth installment, “The Flames of Hope.” Join Luna the...
2022_09_03H1_NBF_Pain11Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Past Pain, Future Hope: Perseverance in Literature with Tomás Q. Morín and Morgan Talty
Past Pain, Future Hope: Perseverance in Literature with Tomás Q. Morín and Morgan Talty
Tomás Q. Morín and Morgan Talty’s new books feature characters who contend with life’s challenges—sometimes well, sometimes not so well. Morgan Talty’s “Night of the Living Rez” is a collection of stories set in a...
2022_09_03H2_NBF_Brooks13Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Geraldine Brooks Talks About Her New Novel, "Horse"
Geraldine Brooks Talks About Her New Novel, "Horse"
A discarded painting, a skeleton in an attic, and the greatest racehorse in American history: From these strands, Pulitzer winner Geraldine Brooks braids a sweeping story of spirit, obsession and injustice across American history in “Horse.” Based on...
2022_09_03H3_NBF_Winners13Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Meet Me in the Winner's Circle: Award-Winning Writers with Donna Barba Higuera, Darcie Little Badger and Malinda Lo
Meet Me in the Winner's Circle: Award-Winning Writers with Donna Barba Higuera, Darcie Little Badger and Malinda Lo
A storyteller in space, a cotton-mouth between worlds, and two women fighting for love and citizenship: Each of these characters share the prestige of starring in an award-winning book....
2022_09_03H4_NBF_Black11Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Holly Black Talks About Her New Novel "Book of Night"
Holly Black Talks About Her New Novel "Book of Night"
Bestselling author Holly Black’s adult debut “Book of Night” is a dark modern fantasy full of crime, betrayal and magicians who can manipulate shadows. A veteran thief and con artist, Charlie Hall is trying to escape her past and work as a...
2022_09_03H5_NBF_Reynolds115Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Jason Reynolds Presents with Candice Iloh and Ebony LaDelle
Jason Reynolds Presents with Candice Iloh and Ebony LaDelle
At the Library of Congress, we know that in addition to being a beloved writer, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Jason Reynolds is also an excellent mentor to other writers, so we asked him to moderate this program to...
2022_09_03H6_NBF_Rubenstein10Natl Book Festival 2022 -- How to Invest with David M. Rubenstein
How to Invest with David M. Rubenstein
What do most successful investors have in common? David M. Rubenstein, co-founder of The Carlyle Group, has interviewed the greatest investors in the world to discover the time-tested principles and indispensable tools that guide their practices. In his new book,...
2022_09_03H7_NBF_Nightmare15Natl Book Festival 2022 -- You're Such a Nightmare: Horror Novels with Tiffany D. Jackson and Ryan La Sala
You're Such a Nightmare: Horror Novels with Tiffany D. Jackson and Ryan La Sala
Move over, Carrie and Heathers: We’ve ramped it up with Maddie Washington and The Honeys. In “The Weight of Blood,” Tiffany D. Jackson exposes racism and bullying in a Georgia high school, culminating in a hair-raising prom...
2022_09_03H8_NBF_Alsadir9Natl Book Festival 2022 -- The Power of Laughter with Nuar Alsadir
The Power of Laughter with Nuar Alsadir
Taking laughter’s revelatory capacity as a starting point, and rooted in Nuar Alsadir’s experience as a poet and psychoanalyst, “Animal Joy” seeks to recover the sensation of being present. A bold and insatiably curious prose debut, “Animal Joy“ is an ode to...
2022_09_03H9_NBF_Magic12Natl Book Festival 2022 -- The Magic of Music and Movies with Alex Jennings and Nghi Vo
The Magic of Music and Movies with Alex Jennings and Nghi Vo
Songs, sirens and spells! In Alex Jennings’ debut novel, “The Ballad of Perilous Graves,” Perry knows the rhythm of New Orleans like his own heartbeat and can tell trouble is brewing. And in Nghi Vo’s “Siren Queen,” Luli Wei wants to be a...
2022_09_03I1_NBF_Body13Natl Book Festival 2022 -- My Body, Not My Self: Wrestling with Identity with Diana Goetsch and Sarah Ruhl
My Body, Not My Self: Wrestling with Identity with Diana Goetsch and Sarah Ruhl
Who hasn’t at some point felt like their body isn’t the same as the person, the soul inhabiting that body? In “This Body I Wore,” Diana Goetsch chronicles a full account of her trans life. In “Smile,” Ruhl shares her story...
2022_09_03I2_NBF_Reynolds218Natl Book Festival 2022 -- Jason Reynolds Talks About His Latest Books
Jason Reynolds Talks About His Latest Books
We all want to be seen, to say “yes, that’s exactly how it is”! Jason Reyonlds is here to give us all that and more in his new poetry and art smash-up “Ain’t Burned All the Bright.” The Library’s very own National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature is...
2022_09_05A1_RenFest_Misc86Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Miscellaneous
2022_09_05A2_RenFest_Broil66Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts: The London Broil
The London Broil
A charming and innovative mix of free-flow comedy and fantastic team juggling. AJ, Louie and Matt have performed thousands of shows together nationwide since 1999. Three different shows: “Blades of Fury”, “Juggling well Done” and “Lets Loose” where nothing is planned and anything goes!...
2022_09_05A3_RenFest_Joust32Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts: Joust Area
DeBracey Productions
DeBracey Productions returns to the jousting arena, where they will present exciting shows featuring amazing trick riding, thrilling combat, and jousting! Don't miss them at 12pm, 3pm, & 6pm!
http://www.debraceyproductions.com/
2022_09_05A4_RenFest_Topsy49Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts: Topsy Turvy Show
Topsy Turvy Show
Lily Hufnagel and Amanda Renaud return with The Topsy Turvy Show - a performance of acrobatics, circus arts, people balancing and more! At the Fortune Stage! Andrew Lesny Photography
https://www.topsyturvyshow.com/
2022_09_05A5_RenFest_Martika12Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts: Martika: One Woman Stunt Show
Martika: One Woman Stunt Show
NEW this season!
Martika graces the audience with her witty humor and playful charm. Don't let this fool you! She is a traveling pirate who takes the audience on a journey through some of her death-defying adventures. Martika entertains with barbed wire hula hooping,...
2022_09_05A6_RenFest_Eastward37Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts: Eastward Ho!
Eastward Ho!
NEW play this season!
The Acting Company performs this rarely produced city comedy by Ben Jonson, John Marston & George Chapman at 1:30pm at the Gatehouse Stage.
Eastward Ho! and Westward Ho! were the cries of the waterman on the Thames telling prospective customers which directing they...
2022_09_05A7_RenFest_Skum18Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts: Shakespeare's Skum
Shakespeare's Skum
“Absolute genius parodies of the Bard’s work” - City Paper. Taking the text from the Bard's greatest plays and adding their own special brand of humor, these thirty minutes adaptations are funny to those unfamiliar with Shakespeare and even funnier to those who know the plays.
This...
2022_09_05A8_RenFest_Queens27Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts : The Queen's Singers: A Royal W(h)ine
The Queen's Singers : A Royal W(h)ine
Stephanie Phelan, music director. Even royalty needs to vent sometimes! The Queen's Singers show their real feelings in a Royal W(h)ine fest; a bit of song and scuttlebutt. 3pm at the Globe Theatre.
Musical Accompaniment by Gary Schwartz, Ayal Yariv.
2022_09_05A9_RenFest_Acts12Maryland Renaissance Festival (2022) -- Acts: Other
2022_09_07A1_Busboys_Columbia13MD -- Busboys and Poets -- Columbia
2022_09_07A2_ColumbiaMD26MD -- Columbia
2022_09_09A1_Brentwood1DC -- Brentwood neighborhood
2022_09_09A2_Brookland3DC -- Brookland neighborhood
2022_09_09A3_Edgewood5DC -- Edgewood neighborhood (incl Rhode Island Avenue Shopping Center)
2022_09_09A4_Metro_RI_Bridge3Metro Station -- Rhode Island Avenue -- Pedestrian Bridge
2022_09_09B1_NoMa18DC -- North of Massachusetts Avenue (NoMa) neighborhood
2022_09_09B2_Signs9DC -- Temporary Signs
2022_09_09B3_Murals_JBullough7DC -- Public Art: Murals by JBAK (James Bullough and Karl Addison)
2022_09_09B4_Murals_PHanna2DC -- Public Art: Murals by Hanna Söderholm (Peachy Hanna)
2022_09_09B5_Murals_MSwift1DC -- Public Art: Murals by Martin Swift
2022_09_09C_Walls_Festival93DC -- Public Murals -- Event: DC Walls’ Art in the Park (Festival)
D.C. Walls Festival Kick-Off Event by NoMa BID
Location: Alethia Tanner Park
D.C. Walls Kick Off Party : "Day 'N Night"
Join us for a full DAY 'N NIGHT festival experience!
The 2022 D.C. Walls festival starts with the kick-off event at Alethia Tanner Park on Friday, September 9 from 3:00PM -...
2022_09_09D1_Lincoln_Movies24DC -- Lincoln Cottage -- Event: Movie Night at President Lincoln's Cottage ("Onward")
Movie Night at President Lincoln's Cottage
Join us on the lawn for family-friendly movies at President Lincoln's Cottage!
This fall, join us for free film screenings on the lawn of Lincoln's summer residence. Among other things, the Lincoln family came to the Cottage to relax and enjoy each other's...
2022_09_10A1_Walls_Festival49DC -- Public Murals -- Event: DC Walls’ Art in the Park (Festival)
D.C. Walls Festival Kick-Off Event by NoMa BID
Location: Alethia Tanner Park
D.C. Walls Kick Off Party : "Day 'N Night"
Join us for a full DAY 'N NIGHT festival experience!
The 2022 D.C. Walls festival starts with the kick-off event at Alethia Tanner Park on Friday, September 9 from 3:00PM -...
2022_09_10A2_CitizenM_NoMa56DC -- NoMa -- citizenM Washington DC NoMa (1222 1st Street NE)
2022_09_10A3_Murals_Mutafa3DC -- Public Art: Murals by Mazi Mutafa
2022_09_10A4_NoMa15DC -- North of Massachusetts Avenue (NoMa) neighborhood
2022_09_10A5_St_PhillipsBC12DC -- NoMa -- St. Phillip's Baptist Church (Old Location @ 1001 North Capitol St. NE)
2022_09_10A6_Tanner_Pk3DC -- Eckington -- Alethia Tanner Park
2022_09_10A7_Murals_MSwift3DC -- Public Art: Murals by Martin Swift
2022_09_10A8_Murals_Living1DC -- Public Art: Murals by It's a Living
2022_09_10B1_SS_Gene_Lynch9MD -- Silver Spring -- Gene Lynch Park (Colesville and Wayne Avenues)
2022_09_10B2_SS_Art_Post2MD -- Silver Spring -- Public Art: Post-It Art
Post-It Art
Take Note, Silver Spring! Several temporary art installations made entirely with Post It notes are popping up in windows around Downtown Silver Spring!
DTSS has teamed up with Pipkin Creative (@pipkincreative) and muralist Patrick Owens (@patrickowensart) to create several large scale,...
2022_09_10C_JLewis92AFI -- Jenifer Lewis "Walking In My Joy" author talk w/Loyalty Bookstores
Jenifer Lewis for WALKING IN MY JOY *In-Person!*
Loyalty and AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center are honored to welcome the one and only Jenifer Lewis in celebration of her new book, Walking in My Joy! This live, in-person event will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 3 PM ET at AFI Silver, located...
2022_09_10D_SS_Jazz24MD -- Silver Spring -- Event: Jazz Festival 2022 @ Veterans Plaza
I didn't stick around long enough to see much of this event since I had other plans that evening. I enjoyed the vibe though and the Fran Velma Quartet were enjoyable.
2022_09_10E1_KatzenO65DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Opening Reception (Public)
Folks here include Yumi Hogan, Glenn Marcus, Mina Cheon, Melvin Hardy, Rebecca Cross, Janet Fries, Jack Rasmussen, Dalya Luttwak, Michael Albrow, and Chawky Frenn.
2022_09_10E2_More_ClayT63DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Gallery Talk: More Clay w/Rebecca Cross
Gallery Talk
Curator Rebecca Cross will discuss the exhibition More Clay
Transcending the structural limitations of clay and abandoning the material’s traditional association with function, these eight artists build powerful ceramic sculptures through accumulation, repetition, and innovative feats of...
2022_09_10F1_KatzenX_Koreas13DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Haunted Koreas: Mina Cheon with Kim Il Soon
Haunted Koreas: Mina Cheon with Kim Il Soon
Presented by the Alper Initiative for Washington Art

Artist Mina Cheon releases only black and white photos of her North Korean art collection so that visitors can see it in color in person.
Overview:
South Korean new media artist Mina Cheon works for...
2022_09_10F2_KatzenX_Believe24DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Make-Believe: Georgia Saxelby and Devan Shimoyama
Make-Believe: Georgia Saxelby and Devan Shimoyama
September 10–December 11, 2022

Make-Believe explores artistic world-building and the crafting of alternate realities. The exhibition presents sculptures by Georgia Saxelby and paintings by Devan Shimoyama in the context of a post-pandemic world where...
2022_09_10F3_KatzenX_Kallos16DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Kallos: Maria Karametou
Kallos: Maria Karametou
September 10–December 11, 2022

Kallos, Greek for “beauty,” continues Karametou’s exploration of identity. This was first sparked by her own personal history of migration and displacement, inspiring her to create highly original pieces that also resonate on a universal level....
2022_09_10F4_KatzenX_Montgomery23DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Nan Montgomery: Counterpoint
Nan Montgomery: Counterpoint
September 10 – December 11, 2022
Curated by Virginia Mecklenburg

Nan Montgomery: Counterpoint is the first major retrospective showcasing the artist’s 50+ year career. Montgomery’s signature geometric abstract style uses color and surface to communicate invisible truths...
2022_09_10F5_KatzenX_SinInf30DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Singularities and Infinities
Singularities and Infinities: Shanthi Chandrasekar and Michael Albrow
September 10 – December 11, 2022

Singularities and Infinities, a juxtaposition of art and science, is the result of a collaboration between Shanthi Chandrasekar, an artist trying to capture the intricacies and wonders of the...
2022_09_10F6_KatzenX_More_Clay38DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: More Clay: The Power of Repetition
More Clay: The Power of Repetition
Curated by Rebecca Cross
September 10 – December 11, 2022

Transcending the structural limitations of clay and abandoning the material’s traditional association with function, these eight artists build powerful ceramic sculptures through accumulation, repetition,...
2022_09_10F7_KatzenX_Pretty63DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Sitting Pretty: 200 Years of American Portrait Painting
Sitting Pretty: 200 Years of American Portrait Painting from the Collection of the Corcoran Gallery of Art
September 10 – December 11, 2022

Sitting Pretty: Two Hundred Years of American Portrait Painting from the Collection of the Corcoran Gallery of Art features a selection from the nearly one...
2022_09_11A1_Albrow78DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Gallery Talk: The Dark Side of the Universe (Michael Albrow)
Gallery Talk: The Dark Side of the Universe, a talk on the exhibition "Singularities and Infinities"
Curator Michael Albrow and artist Shanthi Chandrasekar will discuss the exhibition "Singularities and Infinities" in a gallery talk titled,"The Dark Side of the Universe: Black Holes, Dark Matter, and...
2022_09_11A2_KatzenX_Quest2DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022B Summer Exhibition: The Quest for Tranquil Space: Paintings and Photograms
The Quest for Tranquil Space: Paintings and Photograms
Works by Josef Achrer
Josef Achrer’s paintings are a documentary about human society which seeks its lost concentration in the new, infomanic world. Massive amounts of information are hard to decipher and we thus often change our positions....
2022_09_11B1_KatzenX_Kallos38DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Kallos: Maria Karametou
Kallos: Maria Karametou
September 10–December 11, 2022

Kallos, Greek for “beauty,” continues Karametou’s exploration of identity. This was first sparked by her own personal history of migration and displacement, inspiring her to create highly original pieces that also resonate on a universal level....
2022_09_11B2_KatzenX_Montgomery14DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Nan Montgomery: Counterpoint
Nan Montgomery: Counterpoint
September 10 – December 11, 2022
Curated by Virginia Mecklenburg

Nan Montgomery: Counterpoint is the first major retrospective showcasing the artist’s 50+ year career. Montgomery’s signature geometric abstract style uses color and surface to communicate invisible truths...
2022_09_11B3_KatzenX_SinInf58DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: Singularities and Infinities
Singularities and Infinities: Shanthi Chandrasekar and Michael Albrow
September 10 – December 11, 2022

Singularities and Infinities, a juxtaposition of art and science, is the result of a collaboration between Shanthi Chandrasekar, an artist trying to capture the intricacies and wonders of the...
2022_09_11B4_KatzenX_More_Clay56DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2022C Fall Exhibition: More Clay: The Power of Repetition
More Clay: The Power of Repetition
Curated by Rebecca Cross
September 10 – December 11, 2022

Transcending the structural limitations of clay and abandoning the material’s traditional association with function, these eight artists build powerful ceramic sculptures through accumulation, repetition,...
2022_09_12A1_Penn3DC -- Pennsylvania Avenue area
British flags line the street due to Queen Elizabeth II's passing.
2022_09_12A2_Archives3DC -- Natl Archives -- Exterior
2022_09_12A3_Archives_Rotunda3DC -- Natl Archives -- Rotunda
2022_09_12B1_Archives_Sports185DC -- Natl Archives -- Exhibit: All American: The Power of Sports
All American: The Power of Sports
Friday, September 16, 2022 - Sunday, January 7, 2024
The power of sports has many applications. Sports unite people, teach values, and inspire hope and pride. In the United States, sports have powered efforts to bring citizens together, shape them, and project a...
2022_09_12B2_Archives_SportsPP90Natl Archives -- Press Preview: All American: The Power of Sports
Press Preview for National Archives’
All American Sports Exhibit Sept. 12
WHAT:
A special press-only “sneak peek” of the National Archives exhibit All American: The Power of Sports before it opens to the public. The 3,000-square-foot exhibition uses more than 75 original National Archives records to...
2022_09_12B3_Archives_SportsO112DC -- Natl Archives -- Pre-Opening Reception for "All American: The Power of Sports"
Please Join Us for a Pre-Opening Reception
The Acting Archivist of the United States Debra Steidel Wall and Chair and President of the National Archives Foundation Board Governor James Blanchard invite you to the preview reception for the exhibition
All American: The Power of Sports
Monday, September...
2022_09_15A1_SIPG_QE25DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (NPG) -- Exhibit: In Memoriam: Queen Elizabeth II, 1926–2022
In Memoriam: Queen Elizabeth II, 1926–2022
September 8, 2022
Born London, England
In announcing Queen Elizabeth II’s passing on September 8, 2022, British Prime Minister Liz Truss noted, “She was the rock on which modern Britain was built.” Indeed, she was a constant figure as the United Kingdom...
2022_09_15A2_Office_Experience32DC -- The Office Experience in Washington DC @ 1020 G St NW
The Office Experience in Washington DC
Dates: July 28th, 2022 - January 16th, 2023
Dunder Mifflin is Now Open in Washington D.C.
The world of The Office will come to life with iconic set recreations, original show costumes and props, and opportunities for fans to engage with the show in new...
2022_09_15B_BID2583DC -- DowntownDC BID Silver Celebration @ The Hamilton
DowntownDC BID Silver Celebration
by DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID)
The BID is 25! Join us for a celebratory night of fun with live music, food, drinks, prizes, and So Much More.
It's time to dress up and pop the bubbly: The DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) is...
2022_09_16A_United_Methodist1DC -- Capitol Hill -- United Methodist Bldg (100 Maryland Ave NE)
2022_09_16B1_LOC_Herblock22DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit: Herblock Gallery (2022)
2022_09_16B2_LOC_Ike32DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Agile): Dwight D. Eisenhower and the Essence of Leadership
Dwight D. Eisenhower and the Essence of Leadership
Dwight David Eisenhower was a heralded military commander who strove for peace as a two-term U.S. president. His strong leadership ethos guided him throughout his career and was the critical factor in helping him surmount challenges when his career...
2022_09_16B3_LOC_Brazil30DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Agile): Brazilian Bicentennial
Brazilian Bicentennial
Explore the story of Brazilian Independence through the lens of the history of printing and publishing. During its time as a colony, printing was completely forbidden in Brazil, with any and all texts on Brazil coming from outside of the colony. While laws and decrees emanated...
2022_09_16B4_LOC_Grant16DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Agile): War and Peace: Ulysses S. Grant at 200
2022_09_16B5_LOC_Ext6DC -- Library of Congress -- Exterior Images
2022_09_16C1_De_Jongh188Library of Congress -- Event: Days of Sand: Small Press Expo Author Series (w/Aimée de Jongh)
Days of Sand: Small Press Expo Author Series
Join us in-person or remotely to hear author Aimée de Jongh discuss researching and creating her award-winning graphic novel Days of Sand, a story of the American Dust Bowl, as part of the Small Press Expo, Sept 17-18, Bethesda, Maryland.
2022_09_16D_Walls_Festival102DC -- Public Murals -- Event: DC Walls’ Art in the Park (Festival)
D.C. Walls Festival Kick-Off Event by NoMa BID
Location: Alethia Tanner Park
D.C. Walls Kick Off Party : "Day 'N Night"
Join us for a full DAY 'N NIGHT festival experience!
The 2022 D.C. Walls festival starts with the kick-off event at Alethia Tanner Park on Friday, September 9 from 3:00PM -...
2022_09_16E1_Emb_Czech6DC -- Embassy of Czech Republic
2022_09_16E2_Emb_Czech_FSpouses17DC -- Embassy of Czech Republic -- Exhibit: First Spouses
2022_09_16E3_Emb_Czech_Face98DC -- Embassy of Czech Republic -- Event: Book Talk: Recovering Face & the Politics of Joking (w/Jana Kopelent-Rehak)
Book Talk: Recovering Face & the Politics of Joking
by Embassy of the Czech Republic
The Embassy of the Czech Republic will host a talk on two books, Recovering Face and The Politics of Joking, with author and esteemed cultural anthropologist Dr. Jana Kopelent-Rehak at the Czech Embassy on Friday,...
2022_09_17A_Metro_NBeth4Metro Station -- North Bethesda (formerly White Flint)
2022_09_17B1_SPX_Other153Small Press Expo (2022) -- Other (Saturday)
Folks here include:
R.M. Rhodes, G.E. Gallas, Laura Lee Gulledge, Denis Kitchen, Karen Green, Joe Sutliff, Keith Knight, Warren Bernard, Violet Kitchen, Sofia Lesage, Gary Groth, Mike Jenkins, Carolyn Belefski, Danielle Corsetto, Aimee de Jongh, Barbara Stok, Randy Tischler, Mike Rhode, Chris Staros,... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_17B2_SPX_NYorker86Small Press Expo (2022) -- Panel: The New New Yorker Cartoonists
The New New Yorker Cartoonists
* Lonnie Milsap
* Sofia Warren
* Liza Donnelly
* Sara Lautman
The New Yorker cartoon has been around for almost 100 years -- why is the art form so beloved? On this panel, which consists of some of the many new and diverse cartoonists that have been brought in,...
2022_09_18A1_SPX_Other54Small Press Expo (2022) -- Other (Sunday)
Folks shown here include:
Heidi MacDonald, Rick Parker, Karen Green, Sara Duke, Nate Powell, Ho Che Anderson, Rick Banning, Alexandra Bowman, (DC Conspiracy folks:) Sierra Barnes, Mark Lindblom, Art Hondros, Andrew Cohen, Dan Stebbins, Kata Kane, Ned Kane, Jadzia Axelrod, Alison Wilgus, Tom Warren...
2022_09_18A2_SPX_Trans35Small Press Expo (2022) -- Panel: Trans Identities in Fantasy and Fictional Storytelling
Trans Identities in Fantasy and Fictional Storytelling
How do trans and non-binary cartoonists approach questions regarding gender identity in fantasy and fictional storytelling? Join moderator L.Nichols and panelists Andi Santagata, Bread Tarleton, Casey Nowak, and Tommi Parrish will discuss this and...
2022_09_18A3_SPX_TShelf41Small Press Expo (2022) -- Panel: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Top Shelf
Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Top Shelf
Time flies! It was 25 years ago at SPX ’97 when Chris Staros and Brett Warnock first joined forces to create one of the landmark indie graphic novel publishers of our time. Come celebrate a quarter-century of publishing quirky, sophisticated, captivating,...
2022_09_18A4_SPX_KKnight66Small Press Expo (2022) -- Panel: Ronald Wimberly In Conversation With Keith Knight
Ronald Wimberly In Conversation With Keith Knight
Join superstar Ronald Wimberly in conversation with Keith Knight about comics and Keith’s television adaptation, Woke. The old man at the indie con breaks down his climb from obscure comic strip creator to obscure TV show creator. An insider look of...
2022_09_18B_In_America2_Anniv113DC -- Event: In America: Remember -- One Year Reunion
Hi all,
It's been a year exactly and we thought it would be nice to gather on the Mall, back at the installation site, to catch up, remember, and reflect. And eat pizza. We'll meet tomorrow (Sunday 9/18) at 6:00pm where the white volunteer tent was staged and find a spot nearby. And stay 'till sunset.... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_18C1_Kennedy_AAI204DC -- Kennedy Center -- Exhibit: Art and Ideals: President John F. Kennedy
Art and Ideals: President John F. Kennedy
A New Permanent Exhibit Located in the JFK Gallery
Located in the heart of President Kennedy’s living memorial, this immersive exhibit uses the latest in digital technology to explore how the arts infused and informed the Kennedy presidency.

“The life of...
2022_09_18D_Signs2DC -- Temporary Signs
2022_09_19A1_Breathtaker22MD -- Westminster -- McDaniel College Rice Gallery Exhibit: Breathtaker
The Norman Rockwell Museum presents the Breaktaker Exhibition
featuring the works of
Mark Wheatley
Marc Hempel
The Groundbreaking Graphic Novel from Concept to Comics

"Makes comics worth reading again ... so good they can almost take your breath away."
- Neil Gaiman

Following a two-year...
2022_09_19A2_BreathtakerT45MD -- Westminster -- McDaniel College Rice Gallery Exhibit Tour: Breathtaker
Karen Green (Columbia University) came up to visit the exhibit with Mark Wheatley, Marc Hempel, Robert Lemieux, Jenny Wawrzynski, and Gary Schammel. (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_19B_Wheatley48MD -- Visit to Mark and Carol Wheatley's place (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_19C_Emb_Czech_Invest152DC -- Embassy of Czech Republic -- Event: Book Talk: The Investigator - Demons of the Balkan War (w/Vladimír Dzuro)
Book Talk: The Investigator - Demons of the Balkan War
Retired Czech Commissioner Vladimír Dzuro presents his book The Investigator - Demons of the Balkan War at the Embassy of the Czech Republic on September 19, at 6 pm. The book is a fascinating story of the International Criminal Tribunal for the... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_20A_Politico_Crypto37DC -- POLITICO @ Hotel Washington -- Writing the Rules of Crypto
Join POLITICO Live on Tuesday, September 20 at 4 PM ET to dive into how federal regulators, members of Congress, and the White House are seeking to write the rules on digital currencies, including stablecoins. This panel will also cover the tax implications of crypto, which could be an impediment to...
2022_09_20B_Judiciary3DC -- Judiciary Square neighborhood
2022_09_20C_TSmith127Library of Congress -- Event: Victory. Stand! A Legendary Act of Protest (w/Tommie Smith, Derrick Barnes, and Dawud Anyabwile)
Victory. Stand! A Legendary Act of Protest
Dr. Tommie Smith is known for one of the most famous acts of protest in American history during the 1968 Summer Olympics. Together with Dr. Smith, award-winning author Derrick Barnes and illustrator Dawud Anyabwile present their book “Victory. Stand! Raising... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_21A1_TCB10DC -- Public Art: Traffic Control Boxes
2022_09_21A2_Signs3DC -- Temporary Signs
2022_09_21A3_Southwest1DC -- Southwest neighborhood
2022_09_21A4_Newseum5DC -- Newseum
2022_09_21A5_Indiana_Plaza13DC -- Penn Qtr -- Indiana Plaza
Large, Colorful Rotating Platforms Will Be at Franklin Park and Indiana Plaza
September 18–October 2, 2022
Washington, D.C. — The DowntownDC BID, in partnership with interactive destination company Creos, is thrilled to host Los Trompos, which mean “spinning tops” in Spanish. Free and available to all...
2022_09_21B1_AtlanticF7Atlantic Festival -- Miscellaneous
2022_09_21B2_Fauci43Atlantic Festival -- Anthony Fauci on His Life, His Legacy, and What’s Next
Anthony Fauci on His Life, His Legacy, and What’s Next
The Atlantic sits down with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the Chief Medical Adviser to the President, as he reflects on his life’s work, the pandemic, and his...
2022_09_21C1_SISG_Yemen_Incense41DC -- Arthur M. Sackler Gallery -- Exhibit: Ancient Yemen: Incense, Art, and Trade
Ancient Yemen: Incense, Art, and Trade
September 3, 2022 – Indefinitely
Nestled in the southwestern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen became a major hub for the trade of incense during the first millennium BCE. This trade reached its climax between the first century BCE and the second century CE....
2022_09_21C2_SIFG_Courtyard2DC -- Freer Gallery of Art -- Exhibit: Inner Courtyard
2022_09_21C3_SIFG_Peacock20DC -- Freer Gallery of Art -- Exhibit: Peacock Room
The Peacock Room Comes to America
September 3, 2022 – Indefinitely
In 1876, shipping magnate Frederick Leyland hired his friend, artist James McNeill Whistler, to redecorate the dining room of his London townhouse. Leyland also used the space to display his prized collection of Chinese blue-and-white...
2022_09_21D1_SS_BDE6MD -- Silver Spring -- Business Section (East of Metro Line)
2022_09_21D2_SS_Res1MD -- Silver Spring -- Residential section
2022_09_21E1_PProse20DC -- Chevy Chase -- Politics & Prose (Main Store @ 5015 Connecticut Ave NW)
2022_09_21E2_Lithwick77Politics & Prose -- Dahlia Lithwick ("Lady Justice: Women, the Law, and the Battle to Save America") w/Michele Goodwin
Dahlia Lithwick ("Lady Justice: Women, the Law, and the Battle to Save America") w/Michele Goodwin
Lithwick has written a luminous book, not about the villains of the Trump years, but about the heroes. And as the country confronts the news that the Supreme Court, which includes three Trump-appointed...
2022_09_22A1_Arena16DC -- Southwest -- Arena Stage
Including running into Molly Smith.
2022_09_22A2_AtlanticF9Atlantic Festival -- Miscellaneous
2022_09_22A3_Waterfront5DC -- Southwest (District Wharf)
2022_09_22B1_Ideas_Stage9Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Thursday) 1: Raye Zaragoza
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Janet Yellen, Elyse Myers, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_22B2_Ideas_Stage223Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Thursday) 2: Janet Yellen, Ron Brownstein and Aretae Ortiz Wyler
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Janet Yellen, Elyse Myers, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_22B3_Ideas_Stage333Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Thursday) 3: Elsa Majimbo, Elyse Myers, Jean Twenge, and Kate Julian
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Janet Yellen, Elyse Myers, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_22B4_Ideas_Stage44Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Thursday) 4: Tom Fanning and Nicholas Thompson (remotely)
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Janet Yellen, Elyse Myers, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_22B5_Ideas_Stage528Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Thursday) 5: Christopher Murphy, Ryan Busse, and Mark Leibovich
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Janet Yellen, Elyse Myers, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_22B6_Ideas_Stage643Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Thursday) 6: Caitlin Dickerson, David Frum, Tom Nichols, and Adrienne LaFrance
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Janet Yellen, Elyse Myers, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_22B7_Ideas_Stage728Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Thursday) 7: Ronald A. Klain, Franklin Foer, and Aretae Ortiz Wyler
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Janet Yellen, Elyse Myers, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_22C1_Rockville5MD -- Rockville -- Downtown
2022_09_22C2_EmptyFix129MD -- Rockville -- Emp[a]t[h]yFix installation by Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_22C3_Rockville_Thoughts13MD -- Rockville -- Public Art: Mirror Of Thoughts (by Joseph O'Connell)
2022_09_23A1_Childrens_Museum23DC -- National Children's Museum @ Ronald Reagan Bldg
2022_09_23A2_Childrens_Emotions141DC -- National Children's Museum -- Exhibit: Emotions at Play
Emotions at Play with Pixar’s Inside Out Exhibit Opens at National Children’s Museum in Downtown DC This Fall
September 6, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
From September 24, 2022 – January 8, 2023, families will recognize, explore, and express emotions through hands-on experiences inspired by the hit... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_23B1_Engine133DC -- Southeast -- Navy Yard -- Engine Company 13 (400 E St. SW)
2022_09_23B2_Southwest8DC -- Southwest neighborhood
2022_09_23B3_TCB5DC -- Public Art: Traffic Control Boxes
2022_09_23C1_AtlanticF23Atlantic Festival -- Miscellaneous
2022_09_23C2_Lowndes_County58Atlantic Festival -- Film Talk: Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power
Film Talk: Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power
Atlantic senior editor Vann R. Newkirk II leads a discussion with the filmmakers and subjects of Participant’s Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power—a documentary inspired in part by Vann’s reporting and produced in association with The...
2022_09_23D1_Ideas_Stage12Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Friday) 1: Michael R. Jackson
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Constance Wu, Michael R. Jackson, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_23D2_Ideas_Stage256Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Friday) 2: Constance Wu, Shirley Li, and Nicholas Thompson
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Constance Wu, Michael R. Jackson, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_23D3_Ideas_Stage356Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Friday) 3: Jason Scott and Adrienne LaFrance
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Constance Wu, Michael R. Jackson, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_23D4_Ideas_Stage420Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Friday) 4: Ed Stetzer and Tim Alberta
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Constance Wu, Michael R. Jackson, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_23D5_Ideas_Stage515Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Friday) 5: Troy Thomas and Alice McKown
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Constance Wu, Michael R. Jackson, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_23D6_Ideas_Stage618Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Friday) 6: Tom Perrotta, and Sophie Gilbert
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Constance Wu, Michael R. Jackson, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_23D7_Ideas_Stage734Atlantic Festival -- Ideas Stage (Friday) 7: Chinonye Chukwu, Vann R. Newkirk II, and Candace Montgomery
Ideas Stage: back-to-back interviews you don’t want to miss, featuring Constance Wu, Michael R. Jackson, and more!
The Atlantic Festival’s Ideas Stage is the destination for back-to-back interviews with luminaries across the fields of business, science, technology, politics, and culture. Bold thinkers...
2022_09_23E1_AFI_LAFilm9AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2022)
2022_09_23E2_Plaza_Catedral119AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2022) -- "Plaza Catedral" w/Reception
PLAZA CATEDRAL
Special Features: Special Presentation. 2022 Oscar® Selection, Panama. Post-screening reception sponsored by the Embassy of Panama on Sept. 23
Shortlisted for the 2022 Oscars® in the International Feature category, PLAZA CATEDRAL is the latest from Panamanian director Abner Benaim,... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_24A1_Emb_Czech5DC -- Embassy of Czech Republic
2022_09_24A2_Emb_Czech_Mount102DC -- Embassy of Czech Republic -- Event: Mountaineering Day
Mountaineering Day
The European Union National Institutes of Culture in Washington, DC (EUNIC DC), presents Mountaineering Day at the Embassy of the Czech Republic on September 24, 2022, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Conquer the climbing wall then relax with a cold brew while listening to the folk band...
2022_09_24B1_Metro_Du11Metro Station -- Dupont Circle
2022_09_24B2_Dupont_Circle1DC -- Dupont Circle neighborhood (but not the fountain)
2022_09_24B3_Fantom29DC -- Dupont Circle -- Fantom Comics (2010 P St NW)
2022_09_24B4_Aydin16DC -- Dupont Circle -- Fantom Comics -- Event: Andrew Aydin signing
You know him as one of the co-authors of MARCH and RUN, the graphic novel memoirs that explored late Congressman John Lewis' life during the civil rights movement. He's now returned with a new story with DC Comics...
ANDREW AYDIN is back at Fantom Comics to sign copies of DC SAVED BY BELLE...
2022_09_24C1_AFI_LAFilm6AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2022)
2022_09_24C2_Leave_Behind61AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2022) -- "What We Leave Behind" (w/Iliana Sosa)
What We Leave Behind (2022)
Special Features: Q&A with filmmaker Iliana Sosa on Sept. 24
Documentarian Iliana Sosa trains her camera on her grandfather Julián, an 89-year-old elder who has spent a lifetime traveling from Mexico to El Paso, Texas, to visit his daughters and their children. After...
2022_09_26A1_AFI_LAFilm5AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2022)
2022_09_26A2_Home_Else166AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2022) -- "Home Is Somewhere Else" (w/Jorge Villalobos and Carlos Hagerman)
HOME IS SOMEWHERE ELSE
Special Features: Special Presentation; U.S. Premiere. Q&A with filmmakers Jorge Villalobos and Carlos Hagerman
Presented as part of CineMexa, the film program of the Mexican Cultural Institute in DC
This beautifully animated documentary from Mexican directing team Jorge... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_28A_Metro_JS9Metro Station -- Judiciary Square
It looks like the station is finally getting one of those protective canopies.
2022_09_28B1_Lincoln_Cottage14DC -- Lincoln Cottage (at the Armed Forces Retirement Home)
2022_09_28B2_Two_Faces102DC -- Lincoln Cottage -- Event: Two Faces Comedy Series: Murder! Murder! Intrigue!...Trivia?
Murder! Murder! Intrigue!...Trivia?
Trivia night meets murder mystery in hilarious interactive whodunit, The Answer is Murder, as part of our annual Two Faces Comedy Series.
Imagine: you’re at trivia night matching wits against friends and strangers when a competitor suddenly drops dead. A murder... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_29A1_PProse7DC -- Chevy Chase -- Politics & Prose (Main Store @ 5015 Connecticut Ave NW)
2022_09_29A2_Lower16Politics & Prose -- Jan Lower ("A Song for the Cosmos")
Jan Lower -- A Song for the Cosmos - at Conn Ave in the Children and Teens Dept.
Why was a golden record sent into space? And why would a piece of music entitled “Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground” be included on it?
When NASA’s Voyager spacecrafts were launched in 1977, they each carried a...
2022_09_29A3_Divider124Politics & Prose -- Peter Baker and Susan Glasser ("The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021") w/Jane Mayer
Peter Baker and Susan Glasser -- The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021 — with Jane Mayer - at Conn Ave
The Divider brings us into the Oval Office for countless scenes both tense and comical, revealing how close we got to nuclear war with North Korea, which cabinet members had a resignation... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_30A_Noir_Bookstore148Politics & Prose -- Panel: Noir at the Bookstore w/E.A. Aymar, Louis Bayard, James Grady, Cheryl Head, Angie Kim, and Sujata Massey
Noir at the Bookstore Panel — with E.A. Aymar, Louis Bayard, James Grady, Cheryl Head, Angie Kim, and Sujata Massey — at Conn Ave
* E.A. Aymar: Anthony Award-nominated E.A. Aymar's most recent thriller, They’re Gone, was published to rave reviews in Publishers Weekly, Kirkus (starred), and was named... (Partially reviewed)
2022_09_30B_Estaciones55AFI -- Latin American Film Festival (2022) -- "Dos Estaciones" w/reception
DOS ESTACIONES
Special Features: Special Presentation. Post-screening reception and tequila tasting sponsored by the Mexican Cultural Institute in DC
Presented as part of CineMexa, the film program of the Mexican Cultural Institute in DC
Amid the picturesque agave fields of Jalisco, María Garcia...
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2022_12_03B_Miss_DC_Send2562022 Miss District of Columbia Send-Off -- Alivia Roberts to Miss America Pageant
You and a guest are invited to join the celebration for Miss DC 2022 Alivia Roberts at the Miss DC Send Off Party at the Home of Anthony Coley (Alivia's former boss at Department of Justice) (Partially reviewed)
2022_11_17B1_USCHS_T_I378USCHS -- Tribute to the US House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
Program Welcome: The Honorable Jane L. Campbell, President and CEO, US Capitol Historical Society Presentation of the Colors and Pledge of Allegiance: US Capitol Police Ceremonial Unit Toast to the Committee: Jane L. Campbell Remarks: * The Honorable Peter A. DeFazio, Chairman, House Committee on T... (Partially reviewed)
2022_10_21E_Pen_Faulkner_SOTU404PEN/Faulkner's Literary State of the Union
PEN/Faulkner's Literary State of the Union Don't miss this one-of-a-kind DC literary gathering! Join us for a one-of-a-kind DC literary gathering just before the mid-term elections. An open bar, buffet, dessert, inspirational speeches from a who's who of writers from throughout the DC region, and a ... (Partially reviewed)
2022_10_29C1_BCC_Ringo1420Baltimore Comic-Con (2022) -- Ringo Awards: Pre-Ceremony Reception and Dinner
Folks shown here (in sequence): Outside the dining room: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Joe Staton, Jill Thompson, Sarah Shinji Myer, Josh Geppi, ??? (presenter), Bill Morrison, Andrea Purcell, Yissel Ayala, Ryan Dunlavey, Fred Van Lente, ???, Steve Geppi, ???, John Leguizamo, Charlie Kochman, ???, ???, ??... (Partially reviewed)
2022_12_04_Honors292DC -- Kennedy Center -- Kennedy Center Honors (2022)
45th Kennedy Center Honors Slate Announced George Clooney, Amy Grant, Gladys Knight, Tania León, and U2. Lots of people were missed but pics here include: Patrick Leahy, Sam Moore (???), Amy Klobuchar, Joseph P. Kennedy III, Brandi Carlile, Joseph P. Kennedy III, Laurence Fishburne, Roy Blount, Pete... (Partially reviewed)


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