Veering On Time: Your May 29th Itinerary

This Friday, May 29th, will allow all bicycle and film enthusiasts to combine their hobbies into an evening of free bicycle related film watching at the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital beginning at 8pm.  From cyclists in the Pacific … Continue reading

The Next Generation of Science, Technology, and Management 2015

This year’s WEF/IWA Residuals and Biosolids Conference will focus on “The Next Generation of Science, Technology, and Management”. Located at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. the conference will run from June 7th to the 10th while the … Continue reading

Will Google’s eWalkie Talkie be snuffed out of production? 2015 report

Are our minds just one incredibly well integrated network of switches—lighting up one region for empathy, another for hunger—and our expressions an entanglement of mirror neurons to be deciphered by those we interact with? A new “anthropomorphic device”, as TIME … Continue reading

You Are Not a Tourist 2015

As Passport DC–Washington D.C.’s annual celebration of culture (presented by Cultural Tourism DC)–comes to a close, there are a few more events lined up that ought to be placed on your not-to-miss list for Things to Do in Washington DC. The … Continue reading

Maybe Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Aren’t Dead 2015

“This is not the first time we’ve spun coins” our beloved Guildenstern once said from the pages of Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Now, you have a chance to see these words dance from the voice of Adam … Continue reading