The “paradox” in “Paper Paradox,” a 10-artist exhibit at Carroll Square Gallery, is that the ultimate two-dimensional material can, with some effort, be teased into three-dimensional sculpture. When the paper in “Paper Paradox” is handmade, even “flat” isn’t flat. Consider Peter Winant’s “Chalk Lines,” (shown at right) in which pigment is carefully applied to paper made of abaca and cotton; the resulting buckles on the surface are heightened by the work’s placement in a glassless frame. Read more >>> The exhibit is on view Mondays to Fridays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Carroll Square Gallery, 975 F St. NW. Free. (202) 234-5601.


Another snow day means more food and drink specials. Check out where to find happy hour all day, chicken noodle soup, free tater tots, and Monday brunch on Young & Hungry. (Jessica Sidman)


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