Tagged: museum

Knitting for Beginners class at The Textile Museum, April 16, 1-4pm 1

in DC: Learn to Knit

I am constantly tempted to hop on the knitting bandwagon, but I’ve managed to resist… so far. But if you’re still on the fence or if you’re a knitter trying to hook a friend onto it, perhaps this free event...

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in DC: museum’ing, anyone?

Since neither of us had been since the renovation, R and I headed over to the National Museum of American History. Even though it was a pretty chilly day out, it was fairly crowded, perhaps Inauguration leftover tourists. There were...

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Extra, Extra! Read All About It!

From all of the calls I’m getting from people asking if I got a newspaper, I guess it’s something I really should have thought of. Another thing I didn’t do yesterday and should have was gone over to the Newseum....

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museums: a cool tranquil color

I haven’t been to the Textile Museum in a long while. The last time I was there was to see an exhibit of African/-American quilts with an ex. It was pretty spontaneous, as I never even knew it existed before....

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Are we sure this is August?

I don’t want to rock the boat too much because I’d love for this type of weather in August to become the norm. It was too nice to stay indoors today so Kyle and I headed out and about. Our...

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brunch: Nice buns!

I met Fredo over at Gallery Place to hit Matchbox for brunch. Well worth the trip, though nearly everything on their brunch menu was named “cast iron” for both the cooking and serving medium. I’m glad we split the order...

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Different starting points, same facts

A very good question, posed by the Creation Museum. Blogger John Scalzi took a visit there and shares a great photo tour as well as writing up quite the report on his visit. I had to stop reading and looking...

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Letterbox robbery!

Metro fare to Gallery Place: $1.35 Bottled water and candy for two at CVS: $4.00 Movie tickets for two to see Dreamgirls: $20.00 If this is the MPAA’s and retail theater industry’s response to piracy, I don’t understand how they...