When economist Tyler Cowen finishes his day job at George Mason University and dinner time rolls around, he sinks his teeth into his hobby: blogging about -- and eating -- ethnic food in and around Washington, D.C.
By Elizabeth Shell When economist Tyler Cowen finishes his day job at George Mason University and dinner time rolls around, he gets to sink his teeth into his hobby: blogging about -- and eating -- ethnic food in and…
American reactions to the news of Osama bin Laden's death ranged from exuberance to quiet relief. Judy Woodruff discusses U.S. reactions with the Rev. Janet Vincent, who ministered to 9/11 rescuers and families; former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky and Lauren…
Jim Lehrer discusses the impact of Osama bin Laden's death on U.S. foreign policy and efforts to fight extremism with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Senate Foreign Relations Committee member Chuck Hagel.
There is a historically tense relationship between the government and the DC's residents.
Longtime anti-terrorism ally Pakistan demanded the U.S. limit covert activities inside the country. The escalating war of words comes after U.S. drone strikes killed 40 civilians and a CIA contractor who killed two Pakistanis was released. Gwen Ifill discusses the…
Artist Alexa Meade paints on an unusual canvas: the human body.
By Molly Finnegan
Nikita Z. Murray sees dollar signs -- not faces -- when he sits down to draw a portrait. It's a Friday afternoon in Arlington, Va., and Murray is working the shopping mall food court.
Mysticism, spirituality, racism and redemption are major themes of "every tongue confess," a new work by playwright Marcus Gardley that saw its world premiere at the Arlene and Robert Kogod Cradle at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
By Tom LeGro
In today's arts and culture headlines, an American car enthusiast pays $4.1 million at auction to buy James Bond's most famous car and the New York Philharmonic renews its efforts to visit Cuba.
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