DC Shorts Rewind, a showcase dubbed “10 years in 100 minutes,” will feature 10 award-winning short films from the last decade.
Media Credit: Erica Christian | Photo Editor Thurston Hall may be one of the most sexually active dorms in the country, but GW’s raunchiness goes far beyond. From the Marvin Center to Gelbucks, GW couples and Foggy Bottom haven’t let public spaces intimidate them. Here’s a list of the crime log’s most memorably lewd and […]
The recent deluge of political thrillers, dramas and comedies set in D.C. take advantage of all the natural intrigue of the nation’s capital. But although the D.C. acts as muse, series like “Veep,” “Scandal” and others find filming in Baltimore a suitable substitute.
Hatchet reporter Sandra Loyola shares her latest musical obsessions.
Million-dollar visuals aside, Black Sails is boring. The main problem with the show is that none of the characters are remotely interesting or likable.
During the government shutdown last fall, the phones in Capitol Hill offices were ringing nonstop. Constituents eager to voice their complaints launched into angry tirades. Against this barrage of frustrated callers, the unpaid intern was the first line of defense. Rachael*, a sophomore manning the phones in her congressman’s office, quickly found her dream internship […]
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Carly Sterns Tonight marks the biggest night in music: the 56th annual Grammy Award Show. Hosted for the third time by LL Cool J, the show will feature a wide range of performances including a reunited Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar, Lorde, and more than […]
Hatchet staff writer Margaret Kahn highlights the top culture events around the District. Learn: Inside Media: The Making of ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler Before Oprah Winfrey and Forest Whitaker wowed us in the film, Washington Post reporter Wil Haygood wrote a 2008 article on Eugene Allen, the African-American butler who served in the White House for eight presidents. […]
The ability to grace a list of the most impressive selfies of the year call for pure artistic and pop-culture genius – or the balls to throw your phone onstage at Spring Fling.
Hatchet reporter Ben Marks shares his latest cinematic experience. “Ender’s Game” 2013 ★★★1/2✰✰ Before there were Hunger Games, there was Ender’s Game. Based on the novel by Orson Scott Card, Ender’s Game stands as one of the best sci-fi films in quite some time. Directed by Gavin Hood, the film follows the adventures of Andrew […]