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[Last Updated Nov 18, 2014]
Strathmore Museum Shop Around Holiday Bazaar Nov. 13-16

From Thursday, Nov. 13 through Sunday, Nov. 16, Strathmore celebrates 25 years of its artsy holiday bazaar Museum Shop Around, featuring pop-up shops from 20 of D.C.’s favorite cultural institutions in the Mansion at Strathmore.

[Last Updated Nov 12, 2014]
Don’t Block The Box Returns to The Wonderland Ballroom

Don’t Block the Box is the longest running stand up comedy showcase at the Wonderland. Hosted by Reggie Melbrough, it has featured some of the DC area’s finest stand-up comedians and national acts such as Ben Kronberg, Aparna Nancherla, Jake Head,and Matt Koff.

[Last Updated Nov 18, 2014]
FotoWeek is Back with Opening Party Nov 7

The 7th annual FotoWeek DC kicks off this week in Dupont with photography exhibits on display throughout the city November 8-16.

[Last Updated Oct 31, 2014]
Bella Gaia Combines NASA Imagery, Cultural Footage

Inspired by astronauts who spoke of the life changing experience of seeing Earth from space, Bella Gaia is an unprecedented family-friendly multi-media experience that combines NASA satellite imagery, time lapse nature photography, and cultural footage from around the world.

[Last Updated Oct 14, 2014]
Photos: ‘Revealed’ by Sofitel

View images from “Revealed” by Sofitel at Sofitel DC in Lafayette Square.

[Last Updated Sep 16, 2014]
Art Soiree Celebrates 5th Year With DJs, Complimentary Wine

Art Soiree is celebrating their 5th year anniversary on Sept. 12 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.

[Last Updated Aug 14, 2014]
NPG Pop Quiz at Portrait Gallery

Take a break from the heat in the air-conditioned Kogod Courtyard, and test your knowledge of American history.

[Last Updated Jul 20, 2014]
Free Beer Tastings and Concert at Luce Unplugged

This Friday, July 18 enjoy free beer tastings and local music at the next in the Luce Unplugged monthly concert series at the American Art Museum.

[Last Updated Aug 11, 2014]
9th Annual Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Move Me DC’

Returning to the nation’s capital in its ninth year, the Capital Fringe will ‘Move Me DC’ with a record-breaking number of performances, new venues and creative new formats.

[Last Updated Jun 27, 2014]
Big River and Other Wayfaring Ballets

“Big River and Other Wayfaring Ballets” featuring the iconic music of American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash, “the Man in Black”; sophisticated to spicy, classical to quirky, this athletic mixed repertory program walks the line between classical and contemporary.