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Corcoran, Phillips and others to offer free admission or special deals.
Arts, Summer, Movie Friday
Celebrate the summer movie release with some of these local tie-ins.
Bethesda's "Fair Focus" Art Exhibition artist discusses the inspirations behind her work and what her life would be like without paint.
The Washington National Cathedral will receive a $100,000 grant to help restore the earthquake-damaged vaulted ceiling inside its nave.
Schools, Arts, Going Green
Just what does a LEED Gold building look like? Take a look.
A huge stump near Potomac Elementary School takes up space. Cut it down? Possibly. But that’s not what Potomac Elementary School parent Donna Petrocella has in mind. Instead of a stump, she sees art.
Take a splash in the Montgomery County Patch Flickr pool—the water's fine!
New York City may have Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night," but Bethesda's got the David van Go-berg one.
Author F. Scott Fitzgerald had deep ties in Maryland, some of which you can see for yourself.
Brenton Duvall is the big man on campus tonight. Up on the makeshift stage, he’s tinkering with his MacBook’s audio settings while red Solo cups are passed around the room. He's working on going from Internet stream to mainstream.
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