Articles with keyword "Washington"
Oral histories mark the role of the neighborhood movie house
Touring with urban geology in mind
Tribes of the Northern Plateau speak of creation stories and customs in their own language in a new exhibition.
Nineteen institutions combine resources to give a view of the American Northwest.
Adolf Cluss lived through revolutionary times, first in his native Heilbronn in southwest Germany, where as a young man he got swept up in the popular uprisings of 1848, and then in Washington, D.C.,
Benjamin Latrobe and his wife, Mary, helped newly inaugurated President James Madison and First Lady Dolley Madison furnish the White House.
Humanities discusses art and the achievements of the Endowment with outgoing Chairman, Bruce Cole.
An exquisitely fine pencil drawing hanging in a bedroom at Tudor Place in Georgetown in the nation’s capital has a tragic tale to tell that is lacking in some basic details.
Mention the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and what comes to mind are workers heaving bales along a waterfront, operating straddle carriers shipside, or driving winches above break bulk c