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Last days at the Corcoran? Perhaps.

There’s a funereal air in museum’s gallery space, which will soon close with no firm date for reopening.

What you need to know about the Corcoran Gallery case

What you need to know about the Corcoran Gallery case

An evidentiary hearing begins Monday in D.C. Superior Court over the proposed breakup plan.

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Review: ‘Back Channel,’ by Stephen L. Carter

Review: ‘Back Channel,’ by Stephen L. Carter

A college student races against the clock to defuse the Cuban missile crisis.

Last days at the Corcoran? Perhaps.

Last days at the Corcoran? Perhaps.

There’s a funereal air in museum’s gallery space, which will soon close with no firm date for reopening.

TV listings: Monday, July 28, 2014

TV listings: Monday, July 28, 2014

“Running Wild With Bear Grylls” premieres on NBC, and the CW has the “2014 Young Hollywood Awards.”

Review

Wolf Trap’s ‘Carmen’ could use a little more of the original

Wolf Trap’s ‘Carmen’ could use a little more of the original

This show ended up a disheartening mix of misguided acting and generally fine singing.

Review

Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival kicks off

Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival kicks off

Jeffrey Cohan, Marlisa del Cid Woods and Joseph Gascho offered a sampling of music by C.P.E. Bach.

‘Sila’ charms with familiar tropes

‘Sila’ charms with familiar tropes

New work by Pulitzer winner John Luther Adams offers music-video aesthetic and appeal.

Bel Kaufman, ‘Up the Down Staircase’ author, dies at 103

Bel Kaufman, ‘Up the Down Staircase’ author, dies at 103

Ms. Kaufman’s candid, comic novel about education was drawn from her experience as a teacher.

Jason Aldean at Nationals Park: Big and bland

Jason Aldean at Nationals Park: Big and bland

The country mega-star is upstaged by charismatic opening act Florida Georgia Line.

Wynton Marsalis, a man with many musical missions

Wynton Marsalis, a man with many musical missions

The jazz trumpeter, composer, bandleader and educator will bring his artistry to Wolf Trap on July 30.

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WGN’s ‘Manhattan’: Hard to build but easy to bomb

WGN’s ‘Manhattan’: Hard to build but easy to bomb

TV REVIEW | A new fictional drama is set against the real-life race to build America’s first nuclear weapon.

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Inside D.C.’s trendiest parties

Get a VIP seat at the premiere of the James Brown movie, “Get On Up,” and other star-studded events.
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Stephen Colbert caught fencing on Capitol Hill

Stephen Colbert was spotted with a sword and camera crew Friday on Capitol Hill. After finishing up a fencing match, the comedian turned to the camera and declared he’s now a member of the Congressional Black Caucus.
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From The Beatles to Bieber: Why girls scream at concerts

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Korean shaved ice, constructed | Plate Lab

Korean bingsoo combines generous helpings of fresh fruit, red beans and ice, among other things. See how the dish gets constructed from start to finish at Shilla Bakery in Northern Virginia.

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