Professor Christopher “Kip” Lornell said he is looking to push the boundaries of musical education with the launch of the D.C. Vernacular Music Archive.
There is no menu posted on the wall nor is there one available anywhere on the counter. The barista was glad to tell me La Colombe’s traditionally European offerings: drip coffees, espresso drinks, teas and more Americanized iced coffees and teas – no pumpkin spice lattes here.
Standing out from the typical burger and crab cake fare of the Georgetown Waterfront, Mama Rouge offers an unexpected fusion of South Asian and French flavors, pairing bahn mi with croissants and curry with a baguette.
She brings me first to the entryway of French political cartoonist Honoré Daumier’s gallery space, where a cast of Roig’s dentist slouches behind a metal bar – pale belly distended, wrinkled pants unbuttoned – one hand held frozen in the shape of a gun behind his lower back.
The program, created and co-directed by Foggy Bottom residents Jill Nevius, Mary Kay Shaw and Jackie Lemire, has brought new exhibitions to the neighborhood every two years.
Mason Dixie Biscuit Company, a new restaurant venture working out of the communal kitchen EatsPlace in Petworth, is making a name for itself with the simple southern favorite.
As the 2014 Jenny McKean Moore Writer-in-Washington for GW's English department, Skyhorse hopes to rediscover his own enthusiasm for writing and teaching.
We caught up with the woman behind the voice, Randi Miller, to chat about making a living as a voice actress and avoiding the train.
I traveled to the Twinbrook station – only a few stations before the end of the Red Line at Shady Grove – to meet with Miller and take a ride on the Metro, where her voice has been warning riders to “step back” since March 2006.
After an $8 bacon-egg-and-cheese incident at Whole Foods and a mediocre chicken cutlet at the GW Deli, I was on a mission to cure my hearty sandwich homesickness.
Where to take your family this weekend, how to answer the most dreaded questions from them and more.
As a transfer student from New College of Florida, senior Eliza Miller found it easy to spot areas in need of improvement in GW’s social scene. So when Lunch With Strangers, an experimental social website, made its way to D.C. this summer, she jumped at the opportunity to bring it to GW.
The GW Ballroom Society hosted its first event of the competitive season Sunday. The Colonial Classic, a competition the group has dubbed a “mockatition,” is designed to give newcomers a taste of competitive ballroom without the pressure of its meticulous point system.
Jaleo will feature eight different paella dishes for lunch and dinner across its locations in Penn Quarter, Crystal City and Bethesda until the festival ends Oct. 20.
The main characters, Luke and Adam, are a couple separated by differing religious views: one is Christian and the other is an Atheist. But when tragedy strikes, Adam has to rely on Luke’s family and friends.
Buress is preparing for back-to-back shows at The Lincoln Theatre. We caught up with him to talk about the joke-writing process, riding with Amtrak and texting during shows.
We spoke to Yelle's Julie Budet about the new album and tour, as well as what it’s like to perform for non-French-speaking audiences.
Joining a roster of organizations that include the Student Association, Residence Hall Association and GW Veterans, student-run Gallery 102 has made integrating Corcoran students a priority.
The District’s oldest private art gallery will close Oct. 1 for an overhaul of its collection, which will be restored and redistributed among the National Gallery of Art and smaller galleries and universities across D.C.
The app, called U Nightlife, is a project by SUNY Binghamton students Nathan Grotticelli and Justin Hill that's available for download on nine college campuses across the country.
Opening late next month, Upshur Street Books will be the first independent bookstore to open in D.C. in 10 years and Ruppert’s third project on the block in the last 13 months.
D.C.’s Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival is back with five nights of laughter and hosts like Tig Notaro, Rosie O’Donnell and Jeff Garlin.
Since graduating from GW in 2011 and 2012, respectively, alumni Liz Nistico and Louie Diller have put all their energy into their brat-pop duo, Holychild.
After a long morning of lectures, I was eager to escape the suits, politics and hustle of the District, so I caught a crowded 4 p.m. Blue Line train bound for King Street.
The People’s Climate March brought together businesses, labor unions and social justice groups, and 2012 alumnus Evan Feeney, a senior campaigner for the year-old divestment lobby DC Divest, was one of thousands advocating for sweeping energy divestment legislation.
Sonja Vitow and Keren Veisblatt Toledano still joke after graduating five years ago that while GW was a haven for political clubs, the campus looked more like a creative desert for student poets and fiction writers.
Before she brings her intensity and fresh material to the Rock & Roll Hotel on Sept. 27, we spoke to Worden about stealing from Lady Gaga, resisting creative urges and the challenges of remixing her own songs for tours.
After almost three years operating as a catering business, District Doughnut's shop on Barracks Row is the first brick-and-mortar establishment for owners Greg Menna and Juan Pablo Segura.
Three years after an overhaul that led to the launch of a study abroad program, the Dean’s Scholars in Shakespeare program is thriving after a 25 percent drop in the number of English majors since 2009.
Finding the Greek organization that is the right match for you isn't always easy, but we've asked some Greek leaders for advice about finding the chapter that best fits.