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Alone Together

"Menagerie", "Myriad", "The Outset" The Washington Ballet Harman Hall Washington, DC March 18, 2018 at 1:30 PM by George Jackson © 2018 by George Jackson The surprise of this ambitious bill of three brand new ballets was the similarity of the dramatic theme which tantalized the 3 different, rather new choreographers. Show More Summary

the-paintrist: books0977: Miss Thea Proctor (1903). George...

he-paintrist: books0977: Miss Thea Proctor (1903). George Washington Lambert (Australian, 1873-1930). Oil on canvas. Art Gallery of New South Wales. Both friend and great admirer of Lambert’s work, Proctor was a prominent Australian painter, printmaker and teacher with whom he later jointly established the Contemporary Art Group. Show More Summary

Beijing Journal: A Beijing Bookstore Where George Washington Is on the Shelves

The All Sages Bookstore, run by a onetime Tiananmen Square protester, has survived both the capital’s ferocious property market and the censorship of the Xi Jinping era.


2 days agoArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

Choreography by Michio Ito and Dana Burgess Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company National Portrait Gallery Washington, DC March 17, 2018 by George Jackson © 2018 by George Jackson The site of the performance was an oblong salon on the Portrait Gallery's second floor. Show More Summary

Kelsey Mitchell, a Coach’s Daughter, Is Chasing Records and Wins

In a win over George Washington, Ohio State’s Mitchell was limited to 11 points, but she was happy to trade individual success for team success.

Review: Assassin's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs

Assassin's Creed has spent more than a decade flirting with post-release content concepts that are out-there enough to sell. There was an alternate timeline where George Washington was an evil tyrant. There was a whole add-on that revolved around first-person Animus platforming. Show More Summary

Is There "Almost" in Art?

2 days agoArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

Damian Woetzel's DEMO: Now Terrace Theater The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC March 7, 2018 by George Jackson © 2018 by George Jackson The focus of Damian Woetzel's latest talent show was dance. All but a couple of numbers featured dancers. Show More Summary

“Henry Knox’s Mission” Lecture in Cambridge, 15 Mar.

On Thursday, 15 March, I’ll speak at Longfellow House–Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site in Cambridge about “Myths and Realities of Henry Knox’s Mission.”Here’s the set-up:On November 16, 1775, Gen. George Washington gave Henry Knox a mission to travel to New York and bring back cannons for the Continental Army. Show More Summary

“Throw up such works on the two commanding Eminences”

I’ve often wondered how Gen. Artemas Ward reacted to the letters he received from the headquarters of his commander, Gen. George Washington, on 2-3 Mar 1776. Those letters were full of details about how to manage the Continental Army’s...Show More Summary

Denzel Washington To Receive New Dramatists’ 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award

Denzel Washington, about to hit the Broadway stage in George C. Wolfe’s production of The Iceman Cometh, will receive New Dramatists’ 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award, an honor that’s previously gone to such stage artists as Audra...Show More Summary

George Washington Discontinues Use Of GRE In Admissions Because It Has Not Done A School-Specific Validation Study

At least 17 accept the GRE in lieu of the LSAT (Arizona, Brooklyn, BYU, Cardozo, Columbia, Florida State, George Washington, Georgetown, Harvard, Hawaii, John Marshall, Northwestern, Pace, St. John's, Texas A&M, Wake Forest, and Washington University), and two law schools allow the GRE in limited circumstances (Chicago (admissions committee may...

This Seems Quite Noteworthy

CNN just moved a story about George Nader. We heard about him last week. He’s a Lebanese-American businessman with some history in Washington. But he’s been sort of off the radar for more than a decade. He was involved in some way as an intermediary between Trump family members and people in the Persian Gulf. Show More Summary

He Sells Seychelles…

The Times broke a story yesterday about George Nader, a Trump pal who’s now cooperating with the Mueller investigation: WASHINGTON — An adviser to the United Arab Emirates with ties to current and former aides to President Trump is cooperating with the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, and gave testimony last week to a […]

WATCH LIVE: Dayton battles George Washington on NBCSN

Dayton hosts George Washington in an Atlantic 10 battle on NBCSN.

Washington’s “Early notice” to Ward

On 2 Mar 1776, Gen. George Washington wrote a short note from Cambridge to his second-in-command, Gen. Artemas Ward:After weighing all Circumstances of Tide, &c., and considering the hazard of having the Posts on Dorchester Neck taken...Show More Summary

“Dangerous to delay taking Post on Dorchester Hills”

On 3 Mar 1776, Gen. George Washington followed up his short note to Gen. Artemas Ward (quoted yesterday) with a full set of orders for moving onto the Dorchester peninsula on the evening of the 4th.My Letter of last Night would inform...Show More Summary

Researchers receive $10 million to create computational and informatics tools for glycoscience

(George Washington University) Researchers at the George Washington University and the University of Georgia are partners in a project that will soon be able to provide a way for questions asked by those studying glycoscience to be answered by big data.

Trump’s tweetstorm backfires as legal scholar admits how president could still get nailed for Russia collusion

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

President Donald Trump spent Tuesday morning catching up on the past weekend’s Fox News reporting, and he highlighted claims by a TV legal analyst to defend himself against the Russia probe. Jonathan Turley, a George Washington University Law School professor, told Fox News on Sunday that he...

George Washington button sets $225,000 world record at Heritage Auctions

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Not only did the earliest artifact referring to George Washington as the "Father of His Country" set a world record when it sold for $225,000 in Heritage Auction's Feb. 24 American & Political Auction, but the sale itself set a world record as the highest grossing auction of political memorabilia collection ever offered. Show More Summary

Two More Law Schools Admit 1Ls Based On GRE Rather Than LSAT

Florida State and Pace are the latest law schools to accept the GRE in lieu of the LSAT, joining: Arizona, Brooklyn, BYU, Cardozo, Columbia, George Washington, Georgetown, Harvard, Hawaii, John Marshall, Northwestern, St. John's, Texas A&M, Wake Forest, and Washington University. In addition, two law schools allow the GRE in...

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