A Visit to the Library of Congress

Free Events – Library of Congress Monday – Saturday (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM) **Closed on Sundays**   Introduction Whether you are an avid book worm or not, a visit to the Library of Congress in Washington DC is a not-to-be-missed afternoon event for any visit to the nation’s capital. Boasting well over 164 million …
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Washington National Zoo

Free Events – Washington D.C Smithsonian National Zoological Park¬† Every Sunday – Saturday¬† 8 AM – 5 PM Location Nestled near the Adams Morgan and Woodley Park neighborhoods of Washington D.C. lies one of the world’s greatest and most expansive zoos. Offering exhibits of exotic animals from all around the world, the Smithsonian National Zoological …
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A row of grey teapots.

Retrospective at the Renwick

Michael Sherrill Retrospective 28 June 2019 – 5 January 2020 Renwick Gallery Daily, 10 am – 5:30 pm Artist Michael Sherrill is a North Carolina based craftsman. He works with a variety of materials to create both household objects and sculptures. He began his career as a potter, creating bowls and other common items. Over …
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Lower half of a ballerina

Upcoming at the Kennedy Center

The Washington Ballet Presents BALANCHINE + ASHTON Wednesday, February 19, 2020 – Sunday, February 23, 2020 Kennedy Center, Eisenhower Theater Tickets: $25 – $170 The Washington Ballet The Washington Ballet Company opened in 1976 under Mary Day, and is an extension of the Washington School of Ballet. Julie Kent is the company’s current artistic director. …
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Display of paintings along a curved wall

Pat Steir at the Hirshhorn

Pat Steir: Color Wheel 24 October 2019 – 07 September 2020 Hirshhorn Museum Daily, 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM Pat Steir Pat Steir was born in 1940 in Newark, New Jersey. She attended the Pratt Institute and the Boston University College of Fine Arts. She was mentored by John Cage and Agnes Martin. Some of …
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14th Street Shops

Miss Pixie’s Furnishings and Whatnot Miss Pixie’s shop located on 14th St. is easily recognizable by its iconic pink paint. The store focuses on selling stylish vintage furniture. The interior of the shop is bright, spacious and filled with attractive furniture. This makes the shop pleasant to spend time in even if you are not …
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Side and back view of the statue of Philip Sheridan

General Philip Sheridan Statue

Appearance and Location As I walk around the city, I am on the lookout for pleasant places to stop and rest. The statue of General Sheridan in the Sheridan traffic circle is one such place. Located on Massachusettes Avenue along Embassy Row, the circle is conveniently located while remaining quiet and peaceful. The traffic circle …
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Row of red movie seats

Five Film Festivals in DC

DC is home to many amazing cultural experiences, including a multitude of film festivals. Below five of these festivals are listed. AFI Docs This film festival is hosted by the American Film Institute and shows documentary films. The documentary films featured are produced both in the US and around the world. DC Independent Film Festival …
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