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Enjoy Free Curry and Protest-Inspired Art at This New Hirshhorn Exhibit - Source Washingtonian
May 22,2019

When Rirkrit Tiravanija was a master's student at the Art Institute of Chicago, he’d visit the Asian art wing. Hundreds of artifacts—"usually bowls and potteries, porcelines, and buddhas"

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Look Inside My Home: A Historic Annapolis Guest Cottage - Source Washingtonian
May 16,2019

Susan Able and her husband Jeff Gwilliam purchased their Annapolis home in 2013 and live there full-time. The couple commutes back-and-forth to DC, where they keep a one-bedroom in the Wharf for overnight trips.

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Art As Work and Play in Reston - Source Connection news papers
May 16,2019

Professional jurors Nehemiah Dixon III, Lauren Hilyard and Laura Roulet, with assistance from Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) curatorial staff, selected Reston artist Dana Ann Scheurer

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Britepaths Raises $86,000 at Artful Living Gala - Source Connection news papers
May 13,2019

At its "Artful Living 2019: Thrive," Britepaths raised $86,000 through its Wing Span Raffle and auction, and juried art show and sale featuring 60 local artists. About 250 people paid

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Springtime - you time at National Harbor
May 10,2019

A whole street of Happy Hour American Way - Fridays, 5-7PM Kick off the weekend with live music and happy hour specials on American Way! It's

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Your National Harbor monthly itinerary is ready!
May 03,2019

Friday Fun at The Plaza Beginning May 3 - 7PM Fridays are already great, but with free giveaways and a DJ spinning all your favorite tracks, National Harbor puts

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The Savannah Disputation: Features Serious Debates with Perfect Comedic Timing
May 01,2019

In our youth-obsessed culture, one might find it refreshing that this show features strong senior women. Equally refreshing is Evan Smith’s humorous treatment of damnation-related dialogue.

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Look Inside My Home: A 14th Street Apartment With Wallpaper Made of Electrical Tape - Source Washingtonian
Apr 30,2019

Brendan August has lived in this 14th Street apartment for more than two years. The 29-year-old landscape architect lives with his roommate, and they’re fans of the neighborhood for its liveliness and walkability.

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