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At the Freer Gallery, a seminar on looting of cultural heritage

If you think museums are just homes for great art, think again. The art, academic and museum worlds have combined forces into activism against theft. They have to since the illegal sale of cultural heritages has become endemic. It is … Continue reading

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Don’t blink or you’ll miss ‘Artes de Cuba’ at the Kennedy Center

On a trip to pick up tickets at the Kennedy Center, I discovered the Artes de Cuba: From the Island to the World. For those unfamiliar with the Kennedy Center, the theater along the Potomac River is one of several … Continue reading

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A ‘March For Our Lives’ in Washington DC

They came from all around the DC area and from out-of-state – Minneapolis, New York State and more. They filled the historic Pennsylvania Ave and overflowed to some of the other streets. The March for Our Lives was not just … Continue reading

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DC’s morning meetings – Pence, Klobuchar

One of the great pleasures of living in the Nation’s Capitol is the chance to seeing ¬†legislators in the flesh and hear their words without any media filter. This can be good or bad depending on your thinking. If nothing … Continue reading

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And… we’ve achieved a new TV

After dragging my friends out to Best Buy and having intense discussions with an employee (which degenerated into an agreeable political discussions because this is the Washington DC area), I ended up with a new television. What kind? Well, that’s … Continue reading

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The art of choosing a new TV

Since it’s January, when you’re paying for last December’s frivolity and are looking forward in sick fascination at the upcoming tax season, it’s time for your electronics to break down. I mean, would they choose to fail in anticipation of … Continue reading

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Divine Felines and #NationalCatDay

Let me turn you on to something. On October 29, this Sunday, it’s @NationalCatDay¬†which looks like just an excuse to indulge in feline adoration. As if the 74,059,000 owners, according to the¬†American Veterinary Medical Association, need an excuse. I love … Continue reading

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