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The American Art Museum opened its newest display earlier this month showing the history and evolution of video games.
'Color and sex are insignificant when listening and empathizing with others.'
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Brown will sign copies of his books 'WWII MEMORIAL: Jewel of the Mall' and 'DC PHOTO BOOK: An Insiders View' at the 100th Anniversary of the Cherry Blossom Festival.
A Georgetown blogger offers his review of 'A Journey From Paris To The South,' a collection of paintings by artist Rodgers Naylor’s in an exhibition at Susan Calloway Fine Art.
Japanese students to perform in Washington.
Several theaters in D.C. and Northern Virginia still have tickets available for the midnight showing of the much-anticipated movie.
Arts, Local Connections, Awareness
This year's D.C. Environmental Film Fest showcases 180 films from 42 countries at 64 venues. From local to international, films are taking audiences on incredible and breathtaking journeys.
New York-based non-profit "Only Make Believe" will have its first D.C. perform at Children's National Medical Center on March 14.
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