March 22nd, 2017 Issue

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  • Weekend Round Up March 16, 2017

    Though the parade was last Sunday, St. Patrick’s Day — tomorrow by the calendar — will be celebrated at many D.C. hostelries, including Georgetown's own Rí Rá. Also this weekend: a Lincoln symposium at Ford’s, the 20th anniversary of the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage and, in full swing, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital.

  • Weekend Round Up March 2, 2017

    It’s the final weekend for the Atlas Intersections Festival and “As You Like It” at the Folger. Performances of the Washington Ballet’s “Giselle” continue through Sunday, when there is a klezmer brunch at the Jewish Community Center (reserve by noon tomorrow) and Compline at St. John's.

  • ANC Monday: Jack Evans, Pepco, Boathouses, Gondolas

    Tonight's ANC 2E meeting is packed: Council member Jack Evans will speak; topics from boathouses to Pepco to airplane noise will be discussed.

House of Sweden Opens Exhibitions on Migration, Refugees

House of Sweden Opens Exhibitions on Migration, Refugees

The embassy's timely theme for 2017 is "Safe & Sound," highlighting the Sweden-U.S. agreement on cooperation in science and technology for homeland security matters.

All About Politics: Statehood Con, Ryan’s Blarney, JTIII

All About Politics: Statehood Con, Ryan’s Blarney, JTIII

Times are tough for D.C. statehood, affordable health care and Georgetown basketball.

Fashion

Check out the latest trends, photos and articles in our revamped fashion section.
March Madness: We're All In  — Or Not

March Madness: We're All In — Or Not

College basketball is a different sort of game now, and so is the tournament.

Features

Nothing Quite Like St. Patrick's Day

Nothing Quite Like St. Patrick's Day

To many of us, the Irish — always visible and deep in our national memory — are about words and music.

Chilly But Splendid St. Patrick's Parade (photos)

Chilly But Splendid St. Patrick's Parade (photos)

Held yesterday, this year's parade, the 46th, boasted the participation of more than 100 organizations and community groups.

Women March for Equality on International Women's Day (photos)

Women March for Equality on International Women's Day (photos)

On March 8 in D.C., a midday march to the White House targeted the so-called "global gag rule" and a late-afternoon "Women Workers Rising" rally proceeded from the Department of Labor to John Marshall Park.

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