Gladys Cheng

D.C. Diary: The Hirshhorn Museum and Schulture Garden

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Saturday, Oct. 27 10 a.m. My dance professor told me about Spanish dance performances at the Hirshhorn Museum, so I decided I would go check out the richness of Spanish culture. Arriving an hour and a half early, we walked around the Smithsonian for a while until it was […]

DC Diary: Clarendon Day

The sun shined brightly as autumn leaves drifted from branches onto the street. It was a day of recovery for Americans in Arlington, Va., at the Clarendon Day festival, and my friends and I decided to take advantage of the free trip on the Metro to check it out. This yearly festival greeted us with […]

Ender’s Game author hits town with new book

One of the most celebrated science-fiction writers in history continues a popular series with a novel that stands out among past successes. Orson Scott Card, who earned international recognition in the late ’80s for his sci-fi classic Ender’s Game (Tor Books) and three subsequent books in the series, was in town Sunday promoting his new […]