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.
As your time at GW passes, your tastes change as well. Here’s a year-by-year guide, from the best coffee to survive freshman year to the mixed drinks to celebrate graduation.
The grilled cheese sandwich is a dish that, while simple, can be difficult to master.
In India, dosas are a breakfast food eaten plain and served with potatoes and chutney, an Indian dipping sauce. Priya Ammu, however, converted the light breakfast food into a heartier daytime meal by filling her dosas with eggplants, potatoes, cabbage and other spiced vegetables.
If you’re not exactly Jay Sean’s No. 1 fan or want to escape the hordes of drunken GW students who will crowd University Yard on Saturday, there are plenty of other events outside Foggy Bottom to check out. Here are a few highlights from across the city.
Amber Wason, a 2007 GW School of Business graduate, is part of the duo trying to make electric bikes, or e-bikes part of a commuting routine for young urban professionals.
The pressure is on at the end of the semester thanks to more than just final exams — it’s time to face the daunting task of buying gifts for friends and family. Whether you’re shopping for the family members who always has the latest iPhone, the music enthusiast with a penchant for obscure bands or the wild card friend, get inspiration from The Hatchet’s gift guide.
The government shutdown has stomped out the promise of your family’s long-planned jaunt through the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the photo-op with the Lincoln Memorial. Thankfully, not everything in this town relies on federal dollars to keep the lights on.
The annual Crafty Bastards fair, displaying everything from handmade pottery and jewelry to upcycled clothing, would have been just another arts and crafts show in Brooklyn, said the former winner of the Project Runway who often sells his goods there.
The unsettling scene, which ended with sounds of gunshots as the boys exited the stage, was one in a series of ten short plays and monologues penned by Maryland prisoners to appear in the annual Page to Stage series run by the Kennedy Center.