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Simeon Booker (right), shown here in 2013 with Ernest Green (one of the "Little Rock Nine"), passed on December 10, 2018. Simeon had been the first full-time black reporter for the Washington Post, before switching over to Jet and Ebony in 1954. He was in Chicago, Emmett Till's home town, when the youth went missing in Money, Mississippi. He went to Emmett's mother's house and earned her trust. He was with her at the funeral home when she insisted that the casket bearing her son's mutilated corpse be opened. He covered the trial, the Freedom Rides, and everything else despite physical threats and intimidation.

Newseum -- Covering Civil Rights (w/Bernice King and Simeon Booker) (96 images)
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2017_12_07A1_City_Center14DC -- City Center complex (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_07A2_SIPG_Bldg2DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center -- Building (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_07B1_CJournalism180Natl Archives -- Panel -- Conflict Journalism in South East Asia (w/Ted Koppel, Tony Hirashiki, Barrie Dunsmore, and Terry Irving)
Conflict Journalism in South East Asia
In conjunction with our exhibit, Remembering Vietnam, we present a panel discussion on the role of the television journalist during the Vietnam War, and how it influenced subsequent conflicts. Participating on the panel will be journalist and former anchor of... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_06B1_CWT_Goose_Creek287CWT -- News Conference: Goose Creek Battlefield
Please join the Civil War Trust, Governor Terry McAuliffe, Secretary of Natural Resources Molly Ward, NOVA Parks, the Fauquier and Loudoun Garden Club, and other Virginia conservation champions for a special preservation announcement at historic Goose Creek Bridge on the Upperville Battlefield in... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_06C_Goose_Creek5VA -- Goose Creek Stone Bridge (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_06D1_Zoo_Lights52DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Zoo Lights (2017) (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_06D2_SINZ_Const5DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Construction Projects (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_05A_Chevy_Chase_CC3DC -- Chevy Chase Community Center/Library (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_05B_Siegel34Politics & Prose @ Chevy Chase Library -- Mark Siegel ("5 Worlds: The Sand Warrior")
Mark Siegel - 5 Worlds: The Sand Warrior — at Chevy Chase Library (DC)
Award-winning writer and illustrator Mark Siegel shares The Sand Warrior, the first book of the sci-fi/fantasy adventure series 5 Worlds, providing a behind-the-scenes look at making an epic graphic novel series. The Five Worlds... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_05C_Murphy83Politics & Prose -- Cullen Murphy ("Cartoon County")
Cullen Murphy - Cartoon County: My Father and His Friends in the Golden Age of Make-Believe
Murphy, editor at large at Vanity Fair and the author of books including God’s Jury, grew up in the middle of a thriving community of illustrators and cartoonists in southwestern Connecticut. His father, John... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_04_Overload88Politics & Prose -- Bob Schieffer and H. Andrew Schwartz ("Overload")
Bob Schieffer and H. Andrew Schwartz - Overload: Finding the Truth in Today's Deluge of News
Host of Face the Nation from 1991 to 2015, Schieffer has been with CBS News since 1969. He’s one of the few journalists to have covered the White House, the Pentagon, Congress, and the State Department, work... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_03_Honors163DC -- Kennedy Center -- Kennedy Center Honors (2017)
Folks pictured here: Leona Lewis, David Rubenstein, Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan, LL Cool J, Jon Secada, Anthony Anderson, Emily Estefan, ???, Julie Chen, Leslie Moonves, Norman Lear, Mark Warner, Edward Villella, Herbie Hancock, Busta Rhymes, Black Thought and Questlove (both members of The Roots),... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_02A1_Yes_Virginia146Newseum -- "Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus" (w/Macy's Santa Claus)
Celebrate the season with a reading of the heart-warming editorial, Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus. Afterward, the One-and-Only Santa Claus will make a special guest appearance to read “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” and pose for photos with good boys and girls. The Figgy Puddings Holiday... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_02B_Antietam_Upper9MD -- Antietam Natl Battlefield -- Upper Bridge (Woods, Cornfield, Dunker Church, Mumma)
Some evening shots before the Antietam Illumination. (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_02C1_Granite56AFI -- European Union Film Showcase (2017) -- "Song of Granite" (w/Paddy Meskell) w/Reception
Special Features: Dec 2 screening features introduction by Paddy Meskell, Solas Nua Chairman of the Board, and post-screening reception sponsored by the Embassy of Ireland
2018 Oscar® Selection, Ireland This poetic, hybrid exploration of the life of legendary sean nós singer Joe Heaney mixes narrative... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_01A1_Borg_McEnroe126AFI -- European Union Film Showcase (2017) -- "Borg vs McEnroe" opening event w/reception
BORG VS MCENROE
Special Features: Opening Night show Dec 1 features post-screening reception sponsored by the Embassy of Sweden
The feature narrative debut from Danish documentarian Janus Metz (ARMADILLO) chronicles the lead-up to the 1980 Wimbledon final between then four-time champ Björn Borg... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_30A1_Columbia_Square23DC -- Columbia Square building
Linn Meyers' new work is in the lobby. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_30A2_JAWilson13DC -- John A. Wilson Building
Colored lights at night. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_30B1_Quincy_Jones70DC -- NMAAHC -- Event: On Art and Creativity: Quincy Jones
On Art and Creativity a Conversation between Quincy Jones and Dwandalyn Reece:
Listen as 2017 Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award winner, Quincy Jones, talk about his incomparable career as a composer, arranger, and producer in the television, film and recording industries. Dwandalyn Reece, PhD,... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_30C1_SINMAA_Int5DC -- NMAAHC -- Interior Areas Not Covered Elsewhere
I'd never seen the Oprah Winfrey Theater before. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_30C2_SINMAA_Making3DC -- NMAAHC -- Exhibit: (L3) Making a Way Out of No Way (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_30D_SIAH_TTelevision48DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: T is for Television
T is for Television
November 21, 2017 to July 4, 2018
From the earliest days of television to today, performers and producers have created beloved characters that teach children about getting along with others and understanding the world around them. This exhibition will feature treasured objects from... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_30E1_Mudbound112DC -- NMAAHC -- Event: Cinema + Conversation: Mudbound (w/Dee Rees, Rob Morgan, Jason Mitchell, and Garrett Hedlund)
A screening of acclaimed director Dee Rees’ new film MUDBOUND in the Oprah Winfrey Theater. Based on a book by Hillary Jordan, the film illustrates the lives of white and black families in rural Mississippi as they confront the brutal realities of prejudice, farming and friendship in a divided World War... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_29A_Ayers50Natl Archives -- Edward L.Ayers ("The Thin Light of Freedom")
The Thin Light of Freedom: The Civil War and Emancipation in the Heart of America
Edward L.Ayers retells the story of the Civil War on a human scale by focusing on two communities in the Great Valley: Augusta County, Virginia, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania. During the war, the valley saw pitched... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_29B_SINMAA_Slavery19DC -- NMAAHC -- Exhibit: (C3) Slavery and Freedom 1400-1877
Including Ed Ayers' first visit to the museum. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_29C_Love_Out_Loud23DC -- U.S. Capitol -- Love Out Loud event
"Love Out Loud" is a Teleflora Flower Delivery promotion for holiday flowers. They set up a display near the Capitol and every one of one thousand holes in the display was filled with flowers were available first-come first-served to anyone who wanted them. The sign said:
Start here.
This wall is an... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_29D_Botanic_XMas74DC -- U.S. Botanic Garden -- Exhibit: Christmas
Second visit. This time later in the day so more lights and fewer crowds. And this time with a list of items I messed up photographing the first time. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_28_Ft_DeRussy13DC -- Circle Forts -- Fort DeRussy (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_25A_Whites_Ferry48MD -- Whites Ferry
The Rockville courthouse Confederate statue had been moved here. This was my first chance to see it. Note it faces Virginia. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_25B_Great_Falls148MD -- C&O Canal NHP -- Mile 14.4 -- Great Falls (Maryland) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_24A_Brookside22MD -- Wheaton -- Brookside Gardens (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_24B_BrooksideRR67MD -- Wheaton -- Brookside Gardens (Winter railroad exhibit) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23A1_Trot4Hunger15DC -- Trot for Hunger 2017 (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23A2_Grant_Mem19DC -- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23A3_Capitol2DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23B1_Botanic35DC -- U.S. Botanic Garden (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23B2_Botanic_Xmas160DC -- U.S. Botanic Garden -- Exhibit: Christmas (2017)
Season's Greenings: Roadside Attractions

November 23, 2017 - January 1, 2018
This year, take a trip across America as our annual holiday show Season's Greenings showcases Roadside Attractions! In our model train show, trains will chug around, below, through, and above plant-based recreations of... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23C1_SIHIR_Belief33DC -- Hirshhorn Museum -- Exhibit: Barbara Kruger: Belief + Doubt (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23C2_SIHIRO23DC -- Hirshhorn Museum (Outside) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23C3_SIMLRG42DC -- Mary Livingston Ripley Garden (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23D1_SIAIR_Bldg4DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- General (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23D2_SIAIR_Welcome42DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 108: Welcome Center
The Star Trek Enterprise model is now lit 30 minutes a day. I'd never seen this before and just happened to be there at the right time so this was a first for me. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23D3_SIAIR_Milestones58DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 100: Milestones of Flight (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23E1_NGA_Bldg7DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23E2_NGAS4DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Sculpture (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23E3_NGAEW_Pollock30DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Exhibit: Jackson Pollock’s "Mural"
Jackson Pollock’s "Mural"
November 19, 2017 – October 28, 2018
A special installation in the Gallery’s East Building features Mural (1943) by Jackson Pollock, on loan from the University of Iowa Museum of Art. Originally commissioned by Peggy Guggenheim for her New York City townhouse, the early... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23E4_NGAEW_Galleries71DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Permanent Galleries (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23E5_NGAEW_Truitt9DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Exhibit: In the Tower: Anne Truitt
In the Tower: Anne Truitt
November 19, 2017 – April 1, 2018
Anne Truitt was one of the leading figures associated with minimalism, the sculptural tendency that emerged in the 1960s featuring pared-down geometric shapes scaled to the viewer’s body and placed directly on the floor. Born in Baltimore in... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23E6_NGAEW_Bldg6DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Building and Public Space (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23F1_SINH_Lounge65DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History -- Exhibit: Garden Lounge
The Garden Lounge
November 16, 2017 – Indefinitely
The Garden Lounge serves as a welcoming interior garden rest and recharge area for visitors featuring live plants and a relaxing atmosphere with botany content as a frame. Bright sunlight, enhanced seating and designated outlets for charging mobile... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23F2_IRS9DC -- Internal Revenue Service building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23F3_FBI1DC -- J. Edgar Hoover (FBI) Building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23F4_1301PA4DC -- 1301 Penn Ave NW (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23F5_Columbia_Square2DC -- Columbia Square building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23F6_1299PA9DC -- 1299 Pennsylvania Avenue (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23F7_FPlaza13DC -- Freedom Plaza (incl Pulaski statue) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23G1_FDR_Archives2DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial (Original one outside of National Archives) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23G2_Archives17DC -- Natl Archives -- Exterior (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23G3_FTC31DC -- Federal Trade Commission building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_23G4_Critters3Critters -- Squirrel @ FTC (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_22A_Canstruction103NBM -- Washington Architectural Foundation's Canstruction® 2017
2017 Theme: CANnect with Nature
Build Out: Sunday, November 19, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Dates: Sunday, November 19 - Sunday, November 26, 2017
Location: National Building Museum
Canstruction is a nationwide program that aims to raise awareness about hunger. In DC, Canstruction is organized by the... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_22B1_Law6DC -- Natl Law Enforcement Officers Memorial (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_22B2_LawVC2DC -- Natl Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Visitor Center (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_22B3_Capitol3DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_22C_LOC_Gershwin143DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit: Here to Stay: The Legacy of George and Ira Gershwin (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20A2_LOC_Drawn2Purpose90DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Graphic Arts): Drawn To Purpose
Drawn To Purpose: American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists
November 18, 2017 - October 20, 2018

Features the rich collections of the Library of Congress and brings to light remarkable but little-known contributions made by North American women to the art forms of illustration and cartooning.... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20A3_LOC_BHope197DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit: Hope for America: Performers, Politics and Pop Culture (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20B_Capitol21DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20C1_SIPG_Recent62DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (NPG) -- Exhibit: Recent Acquisitions (2017)
Recent Acquisitions
November 17, 2017 - November 4, 2018
The annual exhibition “Recent Acquisitions” displays the latest portraits to enter into the museum’s renowned collection. Figures who have made lasting contributions in such areas as medicine, music, literature, art and social justice are... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20C2_Skorton13Reynolds Center -- Secretary Skorton Checks Out Visitor Services (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20D1_Souza250DC -- NMAAHC -- Event: Obama: An Intimate Portrait by Pete Souza
Obama: An Intimate Portrait by Pete Souza
Former White House photographer, Pete Souza has collected more than three hundred of his most iconic photographs into a comprehensive visual chronicle of the Obama presidency. These photographs, some of which have never been published, document the most... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20E1_1301PA8DC -- 1301 Penn Ave NW (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20E2_Penn9DC -- Pennsylvania Avenue area (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20E3_JAWilson4DC -- John A. Wilson Building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20E4_FPlaza7DC -- Freedom Plaza (incl Pulaski statue) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_20E5_Old_Post2DC -- Old Post Office -- Outside (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_18A_Van_Susteren53Newseum -- President and the Press: Greta Van Susteren
The Newseum continues its series “The President and the Press” with former MSNBC host and Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren who talks about her new book, “Everything You Need to Know About Social Media,” which provides a simple step-by-step guide to the major social media platforms.
In the book, Van... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_18B_Bible_Museum14DC -- Museum of the Bible
It was the end of opening day. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_18C1_Price146Natl Museum of African Art -- "The Price" w/Anthony Onah and Amil Ameen
Seyi, a bright young Nigerian-American working on Wall Street, must navigate complicated family expectations, a turbulent romantic relationship, and a system of cultural complexities caused by class and race. With a dying father, a burgeoning romance with a white girlfriend, and dangerous new... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_17A_Rebuilding_Trust73Newseum -- Panel -- Rebuilding Trust in Journalism
Rebuilding Trust in Journalism
Join The Trust Project and the Newseum Institute for a discussion on efforts to rebuild the public's trust in journalism. Get insights from news industry leaders like Google's VP of News Richard Gingras and Mic Publisher Cory Haik, and hear about on-the-ground... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_17C_NewseumV12DC -- Newseum -- Views from terrace (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16A1_WP_Balance97Washington Post -- A World in Balance
A World in Balance: Solutions for Sustainability
Humans are changing the Earth in unprecedented ways. Global population growth, changes in behavior and migration, and new trends in industry and technology may leave lasting impacts on natural resources and the environment.
On November 16, The... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16B1_Thomas_Statue4DC -- Major General George Henry Thomas (Thomas Circle) Statue (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16B2_Luther_Place_MC21DC -- Luther Place Memorial Church (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16B3_Scott_Circle9DC -- Scott Circle memorial (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16B4_Dupont_Circle26DC -- Dupont Circle Fountain (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16B5_Blaine_House7DC -- Dupont Circle -- James G. Blaine Mansion (2000 Mass Ave., NW) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16B6_Letelier_Mem4DC -- Letelier-Moffitt Memorial (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16B7_Sheridan_Statue24DC -- Philip Sheridan Statue (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16C_Cincinnati_FBooks109DC -- Society of the Cincinnati (Anderson House) -- Exhibit: Books in the Field: Studying the Art of War in Revolutionary America
Books in the Field: Studying the Art of War in Revolutionary America
September 27, 2017 — March 4, 2018

"In a country where every gentleman is a soldier, and every soldier a student in the art of war, it necessarily follows that military treatises will be considerably sought after, and attended... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D1_Emb_Indonesia18DC -- Embassy of Indonesia (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D2_Emb_Turkey7DC -- Embassy of Turkey (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D3_Emb_Guatemala4DC -- Embassy of Guatemala (2220 R St NW) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D4_Emb_Ecuador6DC -- Embassy of Ecuador (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D5_Emb_Thailand2DC -- Embassy of Thailand (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D6_Emb_Slovenia2DC -- Embassy of Slovenia (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D7_Emb_Venezuela4DC -- Embassy of Venezuela (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16D8_Emb_Argentina5DC -- Embassy of Argentina (1600 NH Ave NW) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16E1_Callbox65DC -- Callboxes (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16E2_Sheridan22DC -- Sheridan-Kalorama neighborhood (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16E3_Sakharov4DC -- Andrei Sakharov statue (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16E4_Dupont4DC -- Dupont Circle neighborhood (but not Circle) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16E5_Patterson5DC -- Dupont Circle -- Patterson House (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16E6_Dupont_Underground7DC -- Dupont Circle -- Dupont Underground (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16F1_Wilson_House_Ghost40DC -- Woodrow Wilson House -- Exhibit: The Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay
The Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay
October 27, 2017 – February 2018

In the middle of the Potomac in Mallows Bay, lies the largest shipwreck fleet in the Western Hemisphere, a haunting legacy of WWI. In April 1917, President Woodrow Wilson approved the greatest shipbuilding program in history: an order... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16F2_TPC_Renoir_Friends133DC -- The Phillips Collection -- Exhibit: Renoir and Friends
RENOIR AND FRIENDS: Luncheon of the Boating Party
October 7, 2017 - January 7, 2018
Recognized as one of the greatest achievements of Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s career, Luncheon of the Boating Party (Le Déjeuner des canotiers) (1880–81) is a marvel of plein-air painting on a grand scale. The first... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16F3_TPC28DC -- The Phillips Collection (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16G_JS_Williams96Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Take 5! -- J. S. Williams Ensemble Pays Tribute to Alan Shorter
J. S. Williams Ensemble Pays Tribute to Alan Shorter
Join SAAM as J. S. Williams honors the life and music of fellow trumpeter Alan Shorter. Both musicians share many similarities: each briefly studied at Howard University before pursuing their music in New York City, both played in military bands, and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_16H1_Vietnam_Lesson88Natl Archives & USAFMC -- Panel -- Vietnam: Lessons Learned and Lessons Ignored
Vietnam: Lessons Learned and Lessons Ignored
What lessons have we learned—and must we learn—from the Vietnam War? How does the war continue to reverberate in our politics today? A bipartisan group of former Members of Congress join experts on the Vietnam War to examine the tumultuous Vietnam era. Many... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_15A1_Morell158Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Abelardo Morell ("The Universe Next Door") (Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture)
Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture Series: Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door
Abelardo Morell is a Boston-based artist born in Havana, Cuba. Morell earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Bowdoin College in 1977, and a Master of Fine Arts from Yale University School of Art in 1981. Morell’s work has... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_14_Baldwin57Politics & Prose -- Alec Baldwin and Kurt Andersen ("You Can't Spell America Without Me") @ Lisner
Alec Baldwin - You Can't Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump (a So-Called Parody) — at GW Lisner Auditorium
GW and Politics and Prose Present Alec Baldwin with Kurt Andersen
Working the special magic of political satire,... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_13_Cobb68Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Jodi Cobb: Stranger in a Strange Land
Join veteran National Geographic photographer Jodi Cobb on a whirlwind retrospective of a distinguished career spanning four decades. One of only four female staff photographers, she is known for breaking through barriers and lifting a curtain on hidden societies. Her landmark story 21st-Century Slaves... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_12A_KatzenX167DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2017E Late Fall Exhibition
RADIX: The Eternal Feminine
November 11 – December 17, 2017
RADIX is a collaboration of three Washington artists: Anne Marchand, Pat Goslee and Cianne Fragione. All three work with ideas contained in the concept of the Eternal Feminine, as an original dynamic and cosmic force, in paintings and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_12B_Collins85Politics & Prose -- Ronald K. L. Collins ("The Judge") w/Adam Liptak
Ronald K. L. Collins - The Judge: 26 Machiavellian Lessons — in conversation with Adam Liptak
It’s a given that judges should be above merely political concerns. The more realistic view, however, is that the judicial decision-making of both legal realists and originalists is entirely political. In this... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11A_SIRG_Murder_Hobby6DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Exhibit: Murder Is Her Hobby
I'm impressed at the crowds in this exhibit. It's quite popular! (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11B1_Viet_Vet187DC -- Vietnam Veterans Memorial -- 2017 Veterans Day Observance at the Wall
2017 Veterans Day Observance At The Wall
Each year on Veterans Day, thousands of veterans and their families congregate at The Wall to remember and to honor those who served in the U.S. armed forces. On these special days, prominent Americans from all walks of life come to the Memorial to deliver... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11C1_Catharsis17DC -- Catharsis on the Mall (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11C2_Remembering_Copters6DC -- Natl Archives -- Exhibit: Remembering Vietnam -- Helicopters on front lawn
Special display of helicopters outside the National Archives building!
Presented in part by the National Archives Foundation through the generous support of Bell Helicopter. 
In partnership with the North Carolina Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (who are the custodians of the aircraft), see and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11C3_NGA_Bldg1DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11C4_Bible_Mall10DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Promotion on the Mall (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11C5_Wash_Mon10DC -- Washington Monument
A sunset and photos of some tourists. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11D_Schieffer47Newseum -- President and the Press: Bob Schieffer
The President And The Press: Bob Schieffer
Bob Schieffer, one of America’s pre-eminent television journalists and former host of CBS’s “Face the Nation,” talks about his new book, “Overload: Finding Truth in Today’s Deluge of News.”
From the explosion of fake news to the challenges of the 24 hour news... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11E1_SIAfri_Visionary101DC -- Natl Museum of African Art -- Exhibit: Visionary: Viewpoints on Africa's Arts
Visionary: Viewpoints on Africa's Arts
November 4, 2017 – Permanent
This exhibition comprises the largest long-term presentation of the National Museum of African Art’s permanent collection to date. This installation represents the broadest possible range of Africa’s creative visual expressions.... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11E2_SIAfri_Currents12DC -- Natl Museum of African Art -- Exhibit: Currents: Water in African Art (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11E3_SIAfri1DC -- Natl Museum of African Art (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_11F1_35Wall123Natl Archives -- Panel -- 35th Anniversary of The Wall
35th Anniversary of The Wall
In partnership with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF), we present a panel discussion about the history and legacy of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, dedicated on November 13, 1982. The program will stream live on YouTube.
Welcoming Remarks:
* The Honorable David... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_10A_WWI_Panels144DC -- National World War I Memorial -- Panels: Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace
I wasn't sure I had gotten all of them the previous day and they're here for a month so I came back. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_10B_Pershing4DC -- Pershing Park (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_10C_NPC_Bookfair150NPC -- 40th Annual Book Fair & Author's Night
Pols, Pundits & Cultural Legends
Book Fair & Authors' Night
The Capitol region’s premiere holiday book event is back for the 40th year! The National Press Club Journalism Institute is once again partnering with landmark local book seller Politics & Prose for a night of pols, pundits and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09A1_WWI_GBreaking370DC -- National World War I Memorial -- Groundbreaking Ceremony
CENTENNIAL COMMISSION TO HOST CEREMONIAL GROUNDBREAKING FOR AMERICA'S WORLD WAR I MEMORIAL
Event at DC's Pershing Park to thank supporters & partners in the creation of the newest national memorial in the nation's capital
The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission will host a ceremonial groundbreaking... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09B_WWI_Panels190DC -- National World War I Memorial -- Panels: Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace
Fields Of Battle, Lands Of Peace: The Doughboys 1917-1918
Washington, D.C. – Nov. 9 – Dec. 3, 2017, Pershing Park
World War I was the first “modern” war. Industry enabled weapons and explosives to be manufactured in vast quantities that brought death and destruction on a scale never previously... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09C_SIPG_Sweat171DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Exhibit: The Sweat of Their Face: Portraying American Workers
The Sweat of Their Face: Portraying American Workers
November 3, 2017 – September 3, 2018
The Sweat of Their Face combines art and social history with representations of American laborers across genres and centuries of art. Artists such as Winslow Homer, Dorothea Lange, Elizabeth Catlett, and Lewis... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09D_SIPG_Tamayo121DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Exhibit: Tamayo: The New York Years
Tamayo: The New York Years
November 3, 2017 – March 18, 2018
Rufino Tamayo’s lushly colored paintings portraying modern Mexican subjects earned him widespread acclaim as an artist who balanced universal themes with a local sensibility. Tamayo (1899-1991) was drawn to New York City in the early... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09E1_Remembering_Copters5DC -- Natl Archives -- Exhibit: Remembering Vietnam -- Helicopters on front lawn
Special display of helicopters outside the National Archives building!
Presented in part by the National Archives Foundation through the generous support of Bell Helicopter. 
In partnership with the North Carolina Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (who are the custodians of the aircraft), see and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09E2_Bible_Mall12DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Promotion on the Mall (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09E3_Wash_Mon2DC -- Washington Monument (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09E4_Catharsis48DC -- Catharsis on the Mall (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09E5_Red_Cross_ARC8DC -- American Red Cross Natl Headquarters -- ARC building (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09F1_SIHIR_Bradford36DC -- Hirshhorn Museum -- Exhibit: Mark Bradford: Pickett’s Charge
Mark Bradford: Pickett’s Charge
November 8, 2017 – November 12, 2018
Internationally renowned artist Mark Bradford (b. 1961) debuts Pickett’s Charge, a monumental new commission inspired by artist Paul Philippoteaux’s nineteenth-century cyclorama in Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania.... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09F2_SIHIR_Absence8DC -- Hirshhorn Museum -- Exhibit: What Absence Is Made Of
What Absence Is Made Of
October 19, 2017 – Summer 2019
More than 70 recent acquisitions and rarely shown works reimagine the extensive permanent collection. Prompted by today’s increasing focus on the material and digital worlds, the exhibition explores the compelling and enigmatic ways in which... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_09G1_Rather87Politics & Prose -- Dan Rather ("What Unites Us") w/Jonathan Capehart @ Lisner
Dan Rather - What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism — at GW Lisner Auditorium
“The world is a better place when we have an open exchange of ideas,” Rather states on News and Guts, his Facebook news feed and social media platform. Adding millions of followers to the legions of viewers he won across a... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08A1_Remembering_Copters18DC -- Natl Archives -- Exhibit: Remembering Vietnam -- Helicopters on front lawn
Special display of helicopters outside the National Archives building!
Presented in part by the National Archives Foundation through the generous support of Bell Helicopter. 
In partnership with the North Carolina Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (who are the custodians of the aircraft), see and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08A2_Remembering_Press42Natl Archives -- Press Preview -- Exhibit: Remembering Vietnam
Press Preview for National Archives “Remembering Vietnam” Exhibit Nov. 8
WHAT: A special press-only “sneak peek” of the National Archives exhibit “Remembering Vietnam: Twelve Critical Episodes in the Vietnam War” before it opens to the public on Friday, November 10, 2017. The 3,000-square-foot... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08B_Remembering_Vietnam304DC -- Natl Archives -- Exhibit: Remembering Vietnam
Remembering Vietnam Exhibition
Twelve Critical Episodes in the Vietnam War
November 10, 2017–January 6, 2019
This exhibition presents both iconic and recently discovered National Archives records related to 12 critical episodes in the Vietnam War. They trace the policies and decisions made by the... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08C_GAR3DC -- GAR Memorial (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08D_Ozer19USCHS -- Mark Ozer ("Washington DC: The World Capital in The American Century 1941-1990")
USCHS Fall Lecture Series
The U.S. Capitol Historical Society will present five lunchtime lectures this fall, including book talks and discussions about DC and Capitol art, history, and memorials.
Mark Ozer
Book Talk on Washington DC: The World Capital in The American Century 1941-1990 (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08E_LOC_Echoes69DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit: Echoes of the Great War
They'd pretty well finished the second artifact rotation for the World War I exhibit. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08F_Book_Present12USCHS -- Presentation of "The American Spirit" to Senators on Capitol Hill
Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), a fan of David McCullough's work, helped distribute some copies of McCullough's book "The American Spirit" to other senators as a board member of the U.S. Capitol Historical Society. These were photos taken when officials from the U.S. Capitol Historical Society stopped by the... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_08G1_Dallek107Politics & Prose -- Robert Dallek ("Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Political Life")
Robert Dallek - Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Political Life
One of the country’s premier presidential historians, Dallek is the author of studies including the classic An Unfinished Life, Camelot’s Court, and the award-winning Franklin D. Roosevelt and American Foreign Policy, 1932-1945. His new book, the... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_07A_RosenwaldP97DC -- "Rosenwald" screening and panel discussion @ UDC
Rosenwald
Directed by Aviva Kempner
Panel discussion:
* Katherine Shelley Broderick, Dean, David A. Clarke UDC Law School
* Aviva Kempner, Director, Rosenwald
* Danielle Holley-Walker, Dean , Howard University School of Law
* Charlene Drew Jarvis, Daughter of Dr. Charles Drew

In honor of... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_07B_RosenwaldR100DC -- "Rosenwald" reception @ Israeli Embassy
The Israeli Embassy will host a reception after the screening. The Israeli cultural attaché, Ms. Delphine Gamburg, initiated this partnership. “We need to continue the dialogue on the long-standing African-American and Jewish alliances. It is essential, particularly in the climate of tension as we know... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_06A_Callbox5DC -- Callboxes (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_06B_North_Korea101DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Panel: Reaching Out to North Korea with Public Diplomacy
Join us for the next monthly USC / PDC / PDAA.lunch forum: U.S. Public Diplomacy outreach to North Korea.
Welcoming Remarks:
* Adam C. Powell III, President, Public Diplomacy Council, and Director, Washington Programs, USC Annenberg Center on Communcation Leadership and Policy
Presentation:
*... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_06C1_GWU5DC -- GWU (George Washington University) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_06C2_GWU_Art21DC -- GWU (George Washington University) -- Public Art (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_06C3_GWU_Plaques1DC -- GWU (George Washington University) -- Public Plaques (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_06D_Isaacson73Politics & Prose -- Walter Isaacson ("Leonardo Da Vinci")
Walter Isaacson - Leonardo Da Vinci
As great a scientist as he was an artist, Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) produced aesthetic masterpieces such as The Last Supper and Mona Lisa alongside The Vitruvian Man, which was also a study in proportions. Most of his projects drew on multiple disciplines, and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04A1_DCHist_P0133DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 01: Wiping African American Neighborhoods off the Map
Wiping African American Neighborhoods off the Map
Sanctuary
Moderator: G. Derek Musgrove, Associate Professor of History, University of Maryland Baltimore County
* “The Demise of Ward 4’s Historic African American Communities,” Mara Cherkasky, Historian, Prologue DC, and Co-founder, Mapping... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04A2_DCHist_P026DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 02: Paper Trails: Self-rule, Emergency Preparedness, and the Legal Language of Riots
Paper Trails: Self-rule, Emergency Preparedness, and the Legal Language of Riots
Peter Marshall Hall
Moderator: Kyla Sommers, History Doctoral Candidate, George Washington University
* “1968: Landmark gains for DC Self-Rules,” Christopher Anglim, Reference Librarian/Archivist, University of the... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04A3_DCHist_P035DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 03: Transition, Migration, and Gathering Places: Immigration & Community Spaces in the District
Transition, Migration, and Gathering Places: Immigration & Community Spaces in the District
Lincoln Chapel
Moderator: Ranald Woodaman, Exhibitions and Public Programs Director, Smithsonian Latino Center
* “The Central American Women of D.C.: Immigrants, Mothers, Workers, and Community Builders,”... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04B1_DCHist_Poster28DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Poster Session
Poster Participants
* Kindred Spirits: Artists Hilda Wilkinson Brown and Lilian Thomas Burwell, Cintia Cabib, Documentary Filmmaker
* The Archaeology of the Virginia Avenue Tunnel Reconstruction Project, Southeast, Washington, DC, Susan Bupp, Senior Cultural Resources Specialist and Henry Ward,... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04B2_DCHist_Author12DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Author Talks
Author Talks
Chocolate City: A History of Race and Democracy in the Nation's Capital
Chris Myers Asch and George Derek Musgrove
D.C.'s massive social transformations are chronicled here--from a sparsely inhabited plantation society into a diverse metropolis, from a center of the slave trade to the... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04B3_DCHist_Other36DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Other (Saturday) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04C1_DCHist_P0476DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 04: Howard Theatre’s Crucial Role in the Community Before and After the 1968 Riots
Howard Theatre’s Crucial Role in the Community Before and After the 1968 Riots
Moderator: Dave Tevelin, Author and Independent Scholar
Park Level
* “The Howard Theatre's Role in the Community in 1968,” Dave Tevelin, Author
* TBD, Blair Ruble, Vice President for Programs, Woodrow Wilson Center
*... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04C2_DCHist_P0515DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 05: A Right to the City: Reflections on the History and Legacy of Neighborhood Organizing
A Right to the City: Reflections on the History and Legacy of Neighborhood Organizing
Sanctuary
Moderator: Samir Meghelli, Curator, Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
* Samir Meghelli, Ph.D., Curator, Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
* Hilary Malson, Research Assistant, Smithsonian... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04C3_DCHist_P066DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 06: A Complicated Path Toward 1968: History, Corruption, Trauma, and Protest in 19th-century Washington, D.C.
A Complicated Path Toward 1968: History, Corruption, Trauma, and Protest in 19th-century Washington, D.C.
Lincoln Chapel
Moderator: Mark Herlong, Independent Scholar
* “The Murtagh Conspiracy: Corruption, Blackmail, and the Press in Gilded Age Washington,” Mark Herlong, Independent Scholar
* “The... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04C4_DCHist_P0717DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 07: Race and Redevelopment
Race and Redevelopment
Peter Marshall Hall
Moderator: Ashley Bakelmun, Urban Strategy Consultant
* “The Urban Renewal of Columbia Heights: Urban Design, Inequality, and Race,” Ashley Bakelmun, Urban Strategy Consultant
* “Anti-Blackness in Chocolate City,” Izetta Autumn Mobley, American Studies... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04D1_DCHist_P0825DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 08: Community Conversation: The Radical Roots of Federal City College
Community Conversation: The Radical Roots of Federal City College
Sanctuary
Moderator: Amanda Huron, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, University of the District of Columbia
* Howard Croft, Professor of Urban Studies, Federal City College
* Jennifer Ragins, Federal City... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04D2_DCHist_P098DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 09: Reliving the Movement: Music, Images, and Oral Histories
Reliving the Movement: Music, Images, and Oral Histories
Park Level
Moderator: Louis Hicks, Grants Manager, HumanitiesDC
* “Meet Me at the Y,” Paulette C. Holloway, Executive Director, Phyllis Wheatley YWCA, Inc.
* “Reminiscences of DC’s ’70s LGBTQ Community from the Pat Gertschen Photographic... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04D3_DCHist_P1023DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 10: A Radical Archaeology: Burial Grounds, Slavery, and White Supremacy
A Radical Archaeology: Burial Grounds, Slavery, and White Supremacy
Lincoln Chapel
* “Lost and Found: The Archaeology and Physical Anthropology of the Q Street NW Burials,” Chardé Reid, College of William and Mary; David Hunt, Smithsonian Institution; Ruth Trocolli, DC Historic Preservation Office
... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04D4_DCHist_P119DC -- 44th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies -- Panel 11: Costs, Myths, and Mobilization: Integration and Desegregation in the District of Columbia
Costs, Myths, and Mobilization: Integration and Desegregation in the District of Columbia
Peter Marshall Hall
Moderator: Tikia Hamilton, National Academy of Education Spencer Research Fellow. George Washington University Visiting Scholar
* “The Costs of Integration in the Nation’s Capital: Exploring... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_04E1_Matthews93Politics & Prose -- Chris Matthews ("Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit")
Chris Matthews - Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit
Matthews, political commentator and host of MSNBC’s Hardball, uncovered new facets of JFK in his acclaimed Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero. Now he looks closely at the brilliant younger brother Jack often overshadowed. Drawing on extensive research and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_03A1_Preserving_PublicP198DC -- Library of Congress -- Event: Preserving Public Broadcasting at 50 Years -- Panel 1: Origins (w/Ervin Duggan, Nicholas Johnson, Bill Siemering, and Cokie Roberts) and Welcome
Library and WGBH Celebrate 50 Years of Preserving Public TV and Radio
Industry Pioneers to Examine History and Legacy of Public Broadcasting

Introductions and Welcoming Remarks:
* Carla Hayden, Librarian of Congress
* Patricia Harrison, President and CEO, CPB
* Jon Abbott, President and CEO,... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_03A2_Preserving_PublicP266DC -- Library of Congress -- Event: Preserving Public Broadcasting at 50 Years -- Panel 2: News and Talk Shows (w/Jim Lehrer, Dick Cavett, Cokie Roberts, Hugo Morales, Sharon Percy Rockefeller, and Judy Woodruff)
Library and WGBH Celebrate 50 Years of Preserving Public TV and Radio
Industry Pioneers to Examine History and Legacy of Public Broadcasting

Introduction to panel:
* Henry Becton, Vice Chair, WGBH Board of Trustees; President of WGBH Educational Foundation

Panel 2 (of 4): News and Public... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_03A3_Preserving_PublicP354DC -- Library of Congress -- Event: Preserving Public Broadcasting at 50 Years -- Panel 3: Style and Archives (w/David Fanning, Clayborne Carson, Stephen Gong, Margaret Drain, and Patricia Aufderheide)
Library and WGBH Celebrate 50 Years of Preserving Public TV and Radio
Industry Pioneers to Examine History and Legacy of Public Broadcasting

Introduction to panel:
* ???

Panel 3 (of 4): Documentaries: Style and the Use of Archives (seated left to right):
* Patricia Aufderheide, university... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_03A4_Preserving_PublicP460DC -- Library of Congress -- Event: Preserving Public Broadcasting at 50 Years -- Panel 4: Educational Uses (w/Lloyd Morrisett, Paula Apsell, Kathryn Ostrofsky, and Jennifer Lawson) and Conclusion
Library and WGBH Celebrate 50 Years of Preserving Public TV and Radio
Industry Pioneers to Examine History and Legacy of Public Broadcasting

Introduction to panel:
* Henry Becton, Vice Chair, WGBH Board of Trustees; President of WGBH Educational Foundation

Panel 4 (of 4): Educational Uses of... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_03B_LOC_MadisonVw11DC -- Library of Congress Madison Bldg -- Views from... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_02A_LOC_Echoes274DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit: Echoes of the Great War
They'd started rotating out the articles in the exhibit. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_02B_LOC_GH1DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: The Great Hall
One of the agile cases had been rotated out and I wanted to photograph the hall without it. (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_02C_Nolan51DC -- Library of Congress -- Event: Christopher Nolan In Conversation (w/Carla Hayden)
Director Christopher Nolan In Conversation
Critically acclaimed film director, producer and writer Christopher Nolan joins Librarian of Congress Dr. Carla Hayden for a conversation about Nolan's recent films (including Dunkirk, Interstellar, Man of Steel, The Dark Knight Trilogy, and Inception) and... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_02D_LOC_ScoresC37DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Coolidge): Movie Scores (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_02E_LOC_Whittall30DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: Whittall Pavilion (Ground Floor) (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_01_Changing_Landscape84DC -- American University -- Event: Changing Political Landscape: 2016 and Beyond (w/Joshua Green and Jonathan Allen)
The Changing Political Landscape: 2016 and Beyond
Two best-selling authors who covered opposing campaigns will recount behind-the-scenes drama during the greatest upset in American political history. In his book, The Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump and the Storming of the American... (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_31A_LawVC9DC -- Natl Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Visitor Center (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_31B_Forbidden60Newseum -- Forbidden Stories launch
You are invited to the launch of Forbidden Stories
“The voices of journalists killed, threatened, and imprisoned will never be silent again”
Reporters Without Borders and Freedom Voices Network invite you to the launch of Forbidden Stories:
The goal of Forbidden Stories is to secure and continue... (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_31C_SS_Fairfield_Res9MD -- Silver Spring -- Fairfield Residential (916 Thayer Ave.) (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30A1_Bible_Museum13DC -- Museum of the Bible (Outside) (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30A2_Bible_Mus1_Entry23DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Floor 1 (Lobby and Orientation) (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30A3_Bible_Mus2_Impact110DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Floor 2: Impact of the Bible (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30A4_Bible_Mus5_View20DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Floor 5: View of City (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30A5_Bible_Mus5_Group13DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Floor 5: Group Areas (Conference, Theatre, Hallway) (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30A6_Bible_Mus4_History19DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Floor 4: History of the Bible (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30A7_Bible_Mus3_Stories46DC -- Museum of the Bible -- Floor 3: Stories of the Bible (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30B_Bible_Tour38DC -- Newseum Friends tour of Museum of the Bible
On the Scene: Museum of the Bible
This 430,000-square-foot building is the newest addition to D.C.'s robust museum roster. As a Friends Society member, you can get a closer look at religious freedom, one of the five freedoms of the First Amendment, with this exclusive preview of the Museum of the Bible... (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_30C_SISG_Encountering110DC -- Arthur M. Sackler Gallery -- Exhibit: Encountering the Buddha: Art and Practice Across Asia
Encountering the Buddha: Art and Practice Across Asia
October 14, 2017 – November 29, 2020
Visitors can step into a Tibetan Buddhist shrine, linger at a Sri Lankan stupa, travel with an eighth-century Korean monk and discover remarkable objects in Encountering the Buddha. The exhibition draws upon the... (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_29A_Waters45Politics & Prose -- Alice Waters ("Coming to My Senses")
Alice Waters - Coming to My Senses: The Making of a Counterculture Cook
Waters’s memoir combines anecdotes, letters, photos, and recipes to tell the remarkable story of how she opened Chez Panisse and helped launch the local organic food movement. Her path from a conventional suburban upbringing to... (Partially reviewed)
2017_10_29B1_Blitt112Politics & Prose -- Barry Blitt ("Blitt") w/Mike Allen
Barry Blitt - Blitt — in conversation with Mike Allen
From the Obama fist bump to Hillary Clinton in the boxing ring to Donald Trump in a tiara, Blitt’s drawings have indelibly captured key political moments. A cartoonist and illustrator, Blitt has published several books for children, including The 39... (Partially reviewed)
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What's hot: The following pages have been the most popular ones over the last month or so:
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2017_10_28C_Ambassador50248DC -- Ambassador Theater 50th Anniversary Celebration
On Saturday, October 28, come honor the 50th anniversary of DC’s legendary Ambassador Theater, the psychedelic dance hall in Adams Morgan that played host in 1967 to Jimi Hendrix, Canned Heat, Moby Grape, The Hollies, John Lee Hooker, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Vanilla Fudge, The Paul Butterfield Blues... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_03_Honors163DC -- Kennedy Center -- Kennedy Center Honors (2017)
Folks pictured here: Leona Lewis, David Rubenstein, Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan, LL Cool J, Jon Secada, Anthony Anderson, Emily Estefan, ???, Julie Chen, Leslie Moonves, Norman Lear, Mark Warner, Edward Villella, Herbie Hancock, Busta Rhymes, Black Thought and Questlove (both members of The Roots... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_06B_North_Korea101DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Panel: Reaching Out to North Korea with Public Diplomacy
Join us for the next monthly USC / PDC / PDAA.lunch forum: U.S. Public Diplomacy outreach to North Korea. Welcoming Remarks: * Adam C. Powell III, President, Public Diplomacy Council, and Director, Washington Programs, USC Annenberg Center on Communcation Leadership and Policy Presentation: * Robe... (Partially reviewed)
2017_11_18C1_Price146Natl Museum of African Art -- "The Price" w/Anthony Onah and Amil Ameen
Seyi, a bright young Nigerian-American working on Wall Street, must navigate complicated family expectations, a turbulent romantic relationship, and a system of cultural complexities caused by class and race. With a dying father, a burgeoning romance with a white girlfriend, and dangerous new opport... (Partially reviewed)
2017_12_05C_Murphy83Politics & Prose -- Cullen Murphy ("Cartoon County")
Cullen Murphy - Cartoon County: My Father and His Friends in the Golden Age of Make-Believe Murphy, editor at large at Vanity Fair and the author of books including God’s Jury, grew up in the middle of a thriving community of illustrators and cartoonists in southwestern Connecticut. His father, John... (Partially reviewed)


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