The lesson is that governments either lacked the imagination to comprehend that the Germans were committing genocide, or lacked the interest to halt it.
Haynes’ documentary, his first nonfiction film, goes in dozens of different directions, because that’s the only way to make sense of the band.
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Regulars celebrate Council’s stamp of approval as a victory against displacement.
The former Columbia Room Spirits Library and Punch Garden now serve mostly spirit-free drinks and vegan Mexican food.
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Larissa FastHorse’s script mocking well-intended White people is a genius response—fitting for a MacArthur “Genius” Grant winner.
Together, the works of Maggie Michael and Caitlin Teal Price interconnect at the ongoing Formerly Was exhibit.
Columbia University’s Robert O’Meally discusses Jack Johnson, Josephine Baker, and D.C.’s own Duke Ellington.
Lapierre, 19, scored a goal in his NHL debut, helping the Caps beat the New York Rangers, 5-1, on the team’s opening night.
A.J. Francis Played Football at Maryland and for the Washington Football Team. Now, He’s a Rising WWE Star.
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