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There is something incredibly primordial watching flocks of large birds flapping and honking through the sky. more
The subject of David Rabe’s new play “Good for Otto” is the vast ocean of the human heart. more
They floated around the classrooms, bearing witness to the Sputnik satellite, DNA chromosomes the size of textbooks, and the Great Wall of China in all of its glory. more
For years, Gordon Matta-Clark’s work intrigued Sergio Bessa. more
A portable wagon stage is the centerpiece of “The Amateurs,” Jordan Harrison’s bold new play at the Vineyard Theatre. more
Glyndor Gallery might be a little quieter in the winter, but inside, soft music plays in the background as artists get to work during the colder months of the year. more
When I went to school, we had to take foreign languages. From elementary school through university, I have made stabs at several. However, while I have managed, I am not linguistically gifted. more
They wore blindfolds, with no idea what was inside bowls being placed under their nose. The first smelled like pieces of candy, with scents like cherry and blueberry fighting through to the top. The next bowl had a similar sweet smell. more
When Bshara Nassar first visited Washington, D.C. in 2011, something was missing from his tourist experience. more
When Rabbi Linda Shriner-Cahn first walked into Congregation Tehillah a decade ago, it felt just like home. more
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