The “Future Sketches” exhibit uses elements like light, animation and facial recognition software to show visitors an expressive augmented reality.
Holiday films are cheesy and almost always end with a neat resolution to show kindness to friends and family or give back to your community.
The Hatchet met up with nine artists to talk about their murals, the process of creating a mural and the inspiration behind their work.
Jenny Slate discussed her personal life and upcoming book “Little Weirds,” a series of personal memoirs, in Lisner Auditorium Sunday.
Here are some of the highlights from our ride on the Blue Line from Foggy Bottom to Federal Triangle.
After a nearly year-long vacancy, The Textile Museum has a new curator of contemporary art.
Enjoy a picnic in the park on Friday in Farragut Square, then learn something new at the opening of the Kennedy Center’s REACH Festival on Saturday.
Panfil founded Friends of Intelligent Democracy, making him the youngest person to own and operate a PAC.
Take a look at some of the biggest stories from the summer before beginning the academic year.
From managing your money to staying full when GWorld is running low, here’s everything you need to know to spend wisely in your first semester.