With the works online, the galleries hope to further the “democratization” of art by enabling more people than ever before to see their collections. The majority of the art that’s now available online has never reached gallery walls.
Eyelash extensions have become more popular in the beauty market, with customers lashing out in salons from New York City to California and recently, the District. K.P. Murray opened Elle Lash Bar in 2012.
Traveling off campus for winter break usually means leaving the District’s museum scene behind. But thanks to the Smithsonian Institution, you can now browse thousands of works online for free.
The stress of applying for the perfect summer internship is particularly hard to handle with one more carefree week ahead. To ease the process, we’ve compiled nine internships that are still accepting summer applicants, from Marvel Entertainment to Procter & Gamble to the White House.
West End Cinema will join 300 independent theaters across the country in screening Sony Pictures Entertainment’s controversial film, “The Interview,” on its original Dec. 25 release date.
The Washington Humane Society will offer playtime with adoptable cats in two VIP rooms of the Rock & Roll Hotel on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m.
Finals aren’t even over yet, but there’s already a reason to get excited to head back to campus come spring. As with all things exciting, it involves food – kabobs, to be exact.
Whether you’re in need of an isolated spot to cram or a place with enough seats for your study group, head to one of these off-campus study spaces instead.
Before your biggest priority becomes finding a study room in Gelman, take some time this week to enjoy yourself with events like a free film screening, a Hoodie Allen concert and even a “Movember” after party.
Being stuck in D.C. for Thanksgiving break doesn’t have to be a bad thing. With holiday events like a Thanksgiving dance party and tree lightings, the District might actually be one of the best places to spend the holiday.