Folger’s ‘Metamorphoses’ is Movement, Myth, Black Magic
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by Kate Michael
4d ago
Director Psalmayene 24 calls Folger's Metamorphoses a "mythic choreo-drama" that has within it "almost everything that makes us human." And indeed it is a spellbinding potpourri of the constantly evolving state of the world.  The post Folger’s ‘Metamorphoses’ is Movement, Myth, Black Magic appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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[Party Pix] Washington Tennis & Education Foundation’s ‘Share the Love’ Gala
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by Staff Writer
6d ago
More than $700,000 was raised at the Washington Tennis & Education fundraiser to benefit the work of the organization, which provides children and youth from Wards 7 & 8 a safe and trusting environment as well as tennis and education programs. The post [Party Pix] Washington Tennis & Education Foundation’s ‘Share the Love’ Gala appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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Aircraft Owner & Pilots Ass’n Honors 85 Years with RARE DC Flyover
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by Kate Michael
6d ago
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association celebrated its 85th anniversary with a rare event in DC -- a general aviation flyover! The post Aircraft Owner & Pilots Ass’n Honors 85 Years with RARE DC Flyover appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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La Grande Boucherie, Elegance and Decadent Eats Steps from the White House
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by Kate Michael
1w ago
La Grande Boucherie opened its sixth location at the renovated National Bank Building a block from the White House last month. The post La Grande Boucherie, Elegance and Decadent Eats Steps from the White House appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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Florida House Fêtes Photographer Clyde Butcher with Icon Exhibit
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by Kate Michael
1w ago
Is he Florida's own Ansel Adams? Florida House says YES and invites you to see for yourself... maybe with a glass of Florida orange juice in hand. The post Florida House Fêtes Photographer Clyde Butcher with Icon Exhibit appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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DC Veg Restaurant Week Takes Place May 6-12, 2024
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by Staff Writer
2w ago
This third consecutive year of DC Veg Week will feature the best of plant-based cuisine in restaurants across the DC metropolitan region. The post DC Veg Restaurant Week Takes Place May 6-12, 2024 appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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New Exclusive-Access Ned’s Hopes to Renew DC’s Interest in Membership Clubs
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by Kate Michael
2w ago
Ned’s Club membership gives exclusive access to dedicated spaces including bars, restaurants, and the rooftop. Monthly events and other programming such as talks with thought leaders, masterclasses, and invitations to offsite sporting and cultural events are also membership perks. The post New Exclusive-Access Ned’s Hopes to Renew DC’s Interest in Membership Clubs appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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It’s Complicated – Amm(i)gone at Wooley Mammoth
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by Kate Michael
2w ago
At first glance, Amm(i)gone, currently on stage at Woolley Mammoth, might seem like a production for a very particular audience. Adil Mansoor, in a one-person performance, explores his own family tension between his queerness and Muslim faith, all while sharing his experience of translating Sophocles's Antigone with his mother. The post It’s Complicated – Amm(i)gone at Wooley Mammoth appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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[Vid] DC’s Grand Scale King Tut Experience A Gilded Sight to Behold
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by Kate Michael
2w ago
Tutankhamun: His Tomb and His Treasures is visiting DC for the very first time! In this exhibition, guests follow in the footsteps of Egyptologist Howard Carter, who uncovered King Tut's tomb and treasures in 1922. The post [Vid] DC’s Grand Scale King Tut Experience A Gilded Sight to Behold appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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STC Stages ‘Macbeth’ with Ralph Fiennes: Full of Sound, Fury & Feeling
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by Kate Michael
3w ago
Fiennes and Varma are no doubt key draws in Macbeth, now being staged by the Shakespeare Theatre Company. But this Simon Godwin-directed production also has some peculiar timing that merits attention. People and politics are in turmoil -- inner and outer turmoil. And the "war zone" that it is creating is as much a torture of our minds as Macbeth has in his own restless agony. The post STC Stages ‘Macbeth’ with Ralph Fiennes: Full of Sound, Fury & Feeling appeared first on K Street Magazine ..read more
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