August 11th, 2010 Issue

Chuck Close at the Corcoran

Chuck Close at the Corcoran

Close’s colossal, hyper-realistic portraiture is as synonymous with his name as Jackson Pollock’s is with drip painting.

New York Institution Carmine's Opens in DC

New York Institution Carmine's Opens in DC

In Washington, nothing is official until the mayor cuts the ribbon. Or the pasta, as was the case for the last week's opening of Carmine’s, the classic New York restaurant.

Marion Barry Cleared of Official Charges

Marion Barry Cleared of Official Charges

Five months after charges were filed, the Office of Campaign Finance has admonished the former mayor but cleared him of violating the law.

George Gordon, Architect

George Gordon, Architect

Meet the man behind several of Georgetown’s signature structures, including Patisserie Poupon, Bo Concepts and Patagonia.

At Kennedy Center, 'Poppins' Cleans Up House

At Kennedy Center, 'Poppins' Cleans Up House

Gary Tischler is not in the least embarrassed to admit that he really, really enjoyed myself at a recent performance of “Mary Poppins,” now at the Kennedy Center’s Opera House.

Weber and Wright at Plan B

Weber and Wright at Plan B

The mysterious and austere work of Mike Weber and Jason Wright is on display at 14th Street's Plan B Gallery.

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