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Four Brunches and a Blog Article

I don’t know if it’s silly, healthy, harmful, whatever to “celebrate” the finishing of cancer treatments. Initially it was yet another reason to go out, treat myself, drink a few more cocktails than usual and just be thankful. And I...

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DC Shorts Laughs Comedy Night

DC SHORTS LAUGHS COMEDY NIGHT RETURNS WITH COMEDY SHORTS & LIVE COMEDIANS Three Comedians, Six Short Films, Many Laughs The DC Film Alliance and DC Shorts International Film Festival announce the return of their annual comedy night, DC Shorts Laughs....

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Chocolate Chip Cookies, Live on Twitch!

I thought I’d give something different a try on my Twitch channel and instead of a usual Friday stream playing Destiny, I decided I’d make cookies. Live. On the internet. With an audience. Because there’s no way that could go...

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Modern Problems

(With apologies to the film.) My internet at home is down. This isn’t the first time it’s happened and probably won’t be the last, but I marvel at how each time seems to knock more of my routine for a loop. It’s as...

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Reel Affirmations XTRA moves to Landmark’s E Street Cinema

WASHINGTON DC’S ONLY LGBTQ MONTHLY FILM SERIES MOVES TO NATIONAL THEATER CHAIN Reel Affirmations XTRA: Washington DC’s International LGBTQ Monthly Film Series is making a groundbreaking move, relocating their monthly LGBTQ film screenings from the Human Rights Campaign’s Equality Forum...

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15th Annual DC Shorts Film Festival

In its 15th year, DC Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition will screen nearly 130 films from 30 countries and present 6 screenplays in a live reading showcase from Sept 6-16, 2018.

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Soup Dumpling Quest: Reren Lamen & Bar

Trying to expand my tastes beyond “food for Americans”, I hunt down DC options for the elusive Soup Dumpling, starting with Reren Lamen & Bar in Chinatown.

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Trevor Paglen: Sites Unseen at SAAM

Trevor Paglen blurs the lines between art, science, and journalism to construct unfamiliar and unsettling ways to see and interpret the world around us.

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Brunch: Succotash, Penn Quarter

I visited Succotash in Penn Quarter this weekend for brunch. Giving that Korean and Southern fusion a try and it did not disappoint. Check it out, y’all!