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City Lights: Take a Virtual Okinawa Field Trip with Natsu Onoda Power

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, playwright-director Natsu Onoda Power was conducting research for a new play on the islands of Okinawa. Her extended time there inspired Okinawa Field Trip, an interactive exploration of the island and its role in imperial and postcolonial history. Located 400 miles from mainland Japan, the island chain was the site of an enormous Allied invasion during World War II that led to over 150,000 military casualties and up to 150,000 civilian deaths. […]

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Call Me Definitely

Dumb arguments against D.C. statehood. [Post] Local leaders struggle with racial equity in land use plan. [WBJ] By Mitch Ryals (tips? mryals@washingtoncitypaper.com) Food on the Stove to Test New App […]