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Climate Activists, Disaster Relief Organizations Host Community Engagement Fair

Climate Activists, Disaster Relief Organizations Host Community Engagement Fair

By Ranee Brady October 22, 2023

A coalition of various environmental conservation, disaster relief and activist groups shared information and mobilization plans at the All Hands on Deck Climate Action & Disaster Preparedness Community...

All Things Go Expands, Faces Growing Pains

All Things Go Expands, Faces Growing Pains

By Clayton Kincade October 5, 2023

★★★☆☆ Lana Del Rey, boygenius, Maggie Rogers, MUNA, Carly Rae Jepsen and Ethel Cain. The names speak for themselves — if only you could avoid the packed crowds, inadequate facilities,...

Georgetown AASA, CSA and VSA Host Mid-Autumn Festival

By Yolanda Lu September 28, 2023

The Georgetown Asian American Student Association (AASA), Chinese Student Alliance (CSA) and Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) collaborated to host the Mid-Autumn Festival, a traditional holiday in...

Annual H Street Festival Fosters Community, Neighborhood Growth

By Maren Fagan September 22, 2023

H Street welcomed more than 150,000 people to Northeast Washington, D.C. to celebrate the 18th annual H Street Festival on Sept. 16, showcasing local art, food and culture. This festival, which spans...

National Cherry Blossom Festival Returns

National Cherry Blossom Festival Returns

By Rushil Vashee March 24, 2022

Visitors lined the National Mall and Tidal Basin this week to celebrate spring in Washington, D.C., and gathered for the first in-person National Cherry Blossom Festival in three years. The National...

KENNEDY CENTER / INSTAGRAM | The Kennedy Center is debuting a new immersive performing arts center during a two-week-long festival that started Sept. 7.

Kennedy Center Debuted Outdoor Arts Space With Festival

By Moira Ritter September 13, 2019

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will debut the Reach, its first major expansion since its opening in 1971, kicking off with a two-week-long festival that began last Saturday.  The...

Fans, Industry Debate Response to Artists’ Misconduct

Fans, Industry Debate Response to Artists’ Misconduct

By Faris Bseiso and Juliana Albuquerque October 25, 2018

On Oct. 5, 2017, The New York Times published a story describing decades of sexual harassment perpetrated by Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. The scandal is considered the spark that led to the viral...

TRILLECTRO

SZA and Sheck Wes Shine at Trillectro Music Festival

By Megan Shapiro October 3, 2018

When I entered Trillectro, a music festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland, I could feel the atmosphere shift from the streets of Maryland. The colors were brighter, the music...

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Sarajevo Beer Festival Brings Audiences Together With Cold Brews, Punk and Hip-Hop

By Ali Enright July 18, 2018

The Sarajevo Beer Festival, commonly abbreviated as SBF, drew both old and young attendees, and Bosnian locals rubbed shoulders with tourists from all over the world. The festival embodied a combination...

Simply Science: Cherry Blossom Chem

Simply Science: Cherry Blossom Chem

By Matt Caulfield and Matt Caulfield April 11, 2013

As Spring cometh, it brings with it the beautiful Cherry Blossoms of DC (and allergy attacks). This weekend marks the last days of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. What many people may not realize...

Original Plays Flaunt Student Artistry

By Emily Grau November 9, 2012

After a few months at school and one too many late nights in Lau, it’s easy to get Georgetown’s abbreviations muddled together. Too much precious brainpower is used trying to decipher these abridged...

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