The Kusama exhibit at the Hirshhorn was as amazing as anticipated, including the long lines to get in even with timed tickets. The lines for each infinity room were 50-100 people long, with groups of 2-3 being let in for 25 seconds each. At the end is the dot room, with no time limit. It … Continue reading Kusama
Rally to protect the rights of transgender students tonight, by the White House, in response to the administration’s withdrawal of the transgender-rights directive.
Dakota Access Pipeline protest today in front of Wells Fargo, one of the funders of the pipeline, at 1700 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The rally to stop the nomination of Scott Pruitt was held by the Capitol tonight, with environmentalists and several Senators speaking. Senator Tom Carper of Delaware was especially effective in describing why Pruitt is uniquely unfit, and frustrated that the Republicans in the Senate will not delay the hearings for a couple of days – … Continue reading Rally to stop the nomination of Scott Pruitt
The National Cathedral looked spectacular last night with colored lights, during its Seeing Deeper week. The cathedral was filled with people during the main event, with lots on the floor staring up.
The Candlelight Vigil for Free Speech was held in Lafayette Square tonight.
Today by the White House.
Cupid’s Undie Run, the charity fun-run, was held this afternoon on a much warmer day than usual.
This morning, zoo members got to say farewell to Bao Bao, who leaves for China soon. Bei Bei and Mai Xiang were playing in the next enclosure.
Protesting shutting down Elizabeth Warren, by reading Coretta Scott King’s letter in front of McConnell’s house.