People Are Already Selling Tickets to “Infinity Mirrors” on Craigslist
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People Are Already Selling Tickets to “Infinity Mirrors” on Craigslist

  Published February 27, 2017 An exhibition of five decades’ worth of  Yayoi Kusama‘s immersive, kaleidoscopic work opened this past weekend at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Eight thousand people have seen it since then, and timed passes are hard to get. According to the museum, all advance passes have been claimed through March 13. Following glowing reviews after its opening last … Continue reading

What Betsy DeVos Means For Home Schooling Families
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What Betsy DeVos Means For Home Schooling Families

Published February 22, 2017 Leading up to her confirmation as Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos rankled enough Americans to provoke 1.5 million calls a day to Senate offices; Vice President Mike Pence was forced to cast an unprecedented tie-breaking vote to approve her the other week. Much ink has been spilled over what the pro-School Choice politician means for … Continue reading

The Wharf Is Getting a Live-Music Venue Dedicated to “Americana” Genres
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The Wharf Is Getting a Live-Music Venue Dedicated to “Americana” Genres

Published February 9, 2017 The Wharf, the massive development being built in Southwest DC, will get a second live-music venue when it opens in October. The Pearl Street Warehouse, located on what’s planned to be the Wharf’s nightlife strip, will be a 300-capacity club dedicated to Americana styles including southern rock, country, blues, roots, and bluegrass. “That’s what we like … Continue reading

Why You Can’t Trust Those “Rogue” National Park Service Tweets Yet
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Why You Can’t Trust Those “Rogue” National Park Service Tweets Yet

Published January 26, 2017 In the wake of the Trump Administration’s clamping down on federal agencies’ distribution of information related to climate change, the media and liberal-leaning internet have been enthralled by two sets of Twitter accounts. First, by government accounts going “rogue” by spitting out scientific facts, and now by “alternative” accounts that claim to be manned by … Continue reading

Protests, Bricks, and Fires in DC on Inauguration Day
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Protests, Bricks, and Fires in DC on Inauguration Day

Published on November 20, 2017 Protests on Inauguration Day 2017 started pointed and angry yet relatively organized and calm on Friday morning. As the day wore on, things grew more heated. Several large protest groups marched down Massachusetts Avenue, many wearing glitter and waving colorful signs and chanting. Activists groups organized under DC-based Disrupt J20 protested outside … Continue reading

So, There Was a Dance Party at Mike Pence’s House…
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So, There Was a Dance Party at Mike Pence’s House…

Published January 19, 2017 About 300 rainbow and glitter-clad activists gathered to shake their stuff over Ariana Grande, Madonna, and Beyonce beats Wednesday night near Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s temporary house in Northwest DC to make a fabulous–and pointed–statement of support for LGBTQ rights. “[Pence’s] record is far from stellar and he is in fact one … Continue reading