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“Hive,” built out of more than 2,700 paper tubes, opens to the public on July 4 and runs through Sept. 4.
That is, unless the cold gets to them first.
Discover varieties from around the world without leaving the area.
Record-breaking crowds have visited the museum’s wildly popular exhibition. And judging by how quickly timed passes are selling out, those crowds aren’t going to die down soon.
Dining early can have its rewards.
THINGS WE LOVE | A simple yogurt sauce elevates the plainest of dinners into something craveable.
THANKSGIVING POTLUCK | A California chef’s recipe for slow-cooked kale shatters a vegetable’s cliches.
$20 DINER | There might be a line, but this Annandale restaurant is worth the wait.
Timothy Anne Burnside collects cultural history objects for the museum.