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Not a good weekend for new films.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Summer
The weekend is only one day away. How are you going to use it?
Business, Arts, Summer
The outdoor film festival was an ode to Jane Austen, courtesy of Long & Foster.
Film opened nationwide at 12:01 a.m. Friday.
Is it curtains for the caped crusader?
Arts, Local Connections
Panels on display include one from St. George’s Cathedral and 'The Last One.'
Ecce, a play by a George Washington University student, is in the Capital Fringe Festival. It explores the crucifixion of Jesus Christ through the eyes of Pontius Pilate and is set in the modern day.
The concert series will run every Wednesday and Friday through Aug. 17.
The actor is supposedly taking his penchant for party crashing on the road, but he won't be stopping in Georgetown, or will he?
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