My first time at a roller derby was a great experience. Here are the photos of the DC Rollergirls, at the Washington Armory.
Justice Scalia’s body lay in state at the Supreme Court today. The flags outside were at half mast.
A pile of tributes were at the foot of the steps, including fortune cookies from his dissent on marriage equality (“mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie”), and applesauce from Obamacare (subsidies are “pure applesauce”).
Long lines were outside the court, estimated to be three hours wait.
January: New Year’s Day on the Mall
April: Cherry Blossom fireworks
May: WWII Flyover
June: Capital Pride
July: Rehoboth Beach fireworks
August: Montgomery County Fair
September: Art All Night
October: Adams Morgan Porchfest
November: The Renwick reopens
December: The Museum of Feelings (NYC)
Five light installations are on view in Georgetown for the holidays.
“A Happy Place” projections by Kelly Towles are in an office courtyard:
“The Lovers”, by Arthur Gallice and Herve Orgeas, are hung from the Wisconsin Avenue bridge. The two bottom figures are the reflection in the canal.
iGlow, a light corridor by Hijac, is in a churchyard.
Shifting Gaze, a film by Laia Cabrera, is projected on the stone walls by the canal:
Intr(e)Scapes, by SHO + ULR, is an interactive installation of grass-like acrylic stalks.