Fe-fi-fo-fum. A timely version of the classic children's tale about the young lad that doesn't know beans about trading, but still manages to climb his way to the top. Jack finds that happiness lies in helping others rather than mere personal gain.
As the Fairfax Saxophone Quartet played dulcet American swing standards to an audience of 300, the atmosphere inside the Stacy C. Sherwood Community Center last Thursday night struck a balance between light-hearted and serious.
"I don't want to be a good man, I want to be a great one!" This declaration by James Franco as the title character of Sam Raimi's new Disney prequel could just as easily be a hope of the director's as well.
The competition is open to fine art photographers aged 18 or older working in any medium (digital or analog, color or monochrome), and using any printing technique—they care about well-done art more than the specific medium
What began as a roving pop up paint party, the original "paint and sip" studio, has come of age.
ArtJamz, DC's only public art studio and lounge, is opening a new Dupont Circle studio on Thursday following a major relocation and expansion, and then on March 16 will open a studio in Crystal City.
The arts are clearly alive in our fair city, we all know that already. But we learned yesterday is that they also generate gobs of economic impact, nearly $71 million per year, the City of Alexandria Office of the Arts and the Alexandria Convention & Visitors Association announced Tuesday.
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