Chinese Winter Lanterns and More at the Kennedy Center’s REACH

By Christopher Vitale In celebration of the 2020 Chinese New Year, the REACH outdoor space at the Kennedy Center displayed nearly 100 Winter Lanterns inspired by Chinese imagery and created by Chinese artists. The exhibit ran from January 22nd to February 2nd and was part of the Kennedy Center’s annual Lunar New Year Celebration. The Read More …

Jane Goodall: National Geographic Covergirl, Worldwide Phenomena

Courtesy of Julianna Guthrie  By Julianna Guthrie Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall is a new innovative exhibit put out by the National Geographic Museum in partnership with the Jane Goodall Institute. The exhibit opened last November and will remain open through the summer of 2020.  Visitors are led into the exhibit by Read More …

Jojo Rabbit’s Heartwarming Coming-of-Age Story Nominated for Best Picture

Courtesy of Time magazine By Katie Ward Jojo Rabbit is an Academy Award’s Best Picture nominee that follows the adventures of Johannes “Jojo” Betzler, a 10-year-old militant supporter of the Third Reich whose closest confidant is his imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler, played by director Taiki Waititi. The coming-of-age film was released on November 8, 2019 Read More …

A Glimpse into the Life of Angola’s Ancient Seas 

Courtesy of Regina Vahey By Regina Vahey The air was buzzed this weekend at the National Museum of Natural History as hundreds of wide-eyed, curious patrons of all ages admired features of the natural world. One of the museum’s newest exhibits,“Sea Monsters Unearthed: Life in Angola’s Ancient Seas,” showcased the fossils of giant reptiles that Read More …