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One of D.C.'s most unconventional and adventurous musical ensembles is set to transform the iconic Washington National Cathedral into a cutting-edge venue for the city's... [Read More]
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"Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry" is a stunning exhibition at the National Gallery of Art (NGA), certainly deserving of the... [Read More]
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Humming the prolific composer's iconic tunes with plans to finally learn how to dance like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers would be a normal response... [Read More]
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So, how can the moribund peace process advance? Consider the overlooked half of Afghan society: women. Afghanistan has a population of 34 million,... [Read More]
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"Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today," an enlightening exhibition of abstract art by 21 black female artists at the National Museum of Women... [Read More]
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His "America first" doctrine has undermined alliances and his reluctance to forcefully confront Russian aggression has driven a wedge in Europe. Yet Trump's unpredictability has... [Read More]
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The advertisements are part of a wave of nation-branding campaigns that apply corporate branding techniques to enhance the reputations of countries in a bid to... [Read More]
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Artificial intelligence is assuming a greater role in many walks of life, with research suggesting it may even help doctors diagnose disease. One new... [Read More]
In an administration characterized by a tumultuous, chaotic foreign policy, one figure has received reasonably favorable reviews from experts: Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to... [Read More]
The administration has recently been performing what it considers bureaucratic cleanup related to Temporary Protected Status (TPS) immigrants, specifically those from Haiti, Nicaragua, El Salvador... [Read More]
Gerónimo Gutiérrez Fernández may very well have the toughest job on Embassy Row. After all, what training prepares any ambassador to represent a country... [Read More]
The most extensive list of international events in Washington, DC. [Read More]
Critics posit that Trump's White House staff is inexperienced and lacks top-tier policy experts. The administration has dueling power centers and a weak inter-agency process.... [Read More]
He was studying economics at the University of St. Gallen and had just gotten into a car accident that resulted in one of the tendons... [Read More]
A photography exhibition at Hillyer Art Space (now known as IA&A at Hillyer) tracing the impact of immigration on Ibero-American countries highlights the varied and... [Read More]
Adams, a Canadian native, took photos of fellow famous Canadians such as Céline Dion, Michael J. Fox, Wayne Gretzky and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in... [Read More]
A decade in the making, Washington finally has its Wharf. The $2.5 billion waterfront development officially opened for business on Oct. 12 to much fanfare... [Read More]
Mohammad Ziauddin has no problem calling it like it is. "This Rohingya refugee crisis is possibly the most catastrophic human crisis ever faced in... [Read More]
In the days after Hurricane Maria crushed Puerto Rico, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz grabbed all the headlines for her verbal lashing of President... [Read More]
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