The Lucy Burns Museum, which has reopened in Lorton, recounts the brutal treatment suffragists received after protesting for the right to vote.

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A woman’s premonition of dying infects her circle of friends in this creepily resonant indie.

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A 35-year-old writer is caught between familiarity and displacement when she revisits her old college.

Six video artworks are part of the University of Maryland Art Gallery’s ‘Breath & Delirium.’

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The quiz company, which halted in-person games in March, hosts an array of events online.

The moderator of the CBS Sunday morning political show would revisit some notable personal landmarks.

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Nancy Holt’s 1984 environmental sculpture hold a magnifying glass up to Time itself.

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‘The Fight’ shows the personal side of principles that drive the American Civil Liberties Union.

While some cultural institutions remain closed because of covid-19, museums, sculpture gardens and historic sites are cautiously beginning to open their doors to socially distanced visitors.

Pinball, avocado and dinosaurs would be on the agenda for the Sonidos Music and More owner.

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Free timed-entry passes are required, and visitors are capped at 500 per day.

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