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Divided They Stand
In a quareling country in an election year, the arts -- from theater to music and movies -- choose sides.
Role of a Lifetime
After more than 25 years in the movie business, filmmaker John Sayles unveils "Silver City," his most blatant poke at power.
Popping Back Onto The Scene
The reunion tour of the year finally arrives in Washington on Dec. 7 and 8, when the Pixies play Constitution Hall.
Pop Concerts Schedule
A van Gogh musical tops an adventurous lineup of fall theater that dares to be great.
Studio's Russian Winter
Fall Theater Listings
Putting 'Democracy' To a Vote
In a town where politics rules, new opera could win bipartisan support.
Classical Music Schedule
Troupes March Briskly Into Town
While early 2005 is thick with promise, it takes some searching to ferret out this fall's dance highlights.
Fall Dance Listings
Gehry at the Top of His Bent
Among the season's exhibitions, architecture and design fans should thrill to the Frank Gehry extravaganza coming to the Corcoran.
Design Exhibits Schedule