Claire Goldberg

A Case For The Classics: The Devil Wears Prada

A Case For The Classics: The Devil Wears Prada

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10/16/2017

There is no montage quite like the one from The Devil Wears Prada (2006) where Andrea (Anne Hathaway) parades across New York in a perfectly synched-up array of outfit changes. And yes, the clothes do make the movie. The classic mid-2000s film encapsulates the essence of that era’s fashion while alluding to the timelessness that…

Fox loves Taco, and I do too.

Fox loves Taco, and I do too.

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09/19/2017

I thought the perfect chai latte didn’t exist. I thought I’d be searching my entire life for the right balance of sweet and spicy, for a not-too-hot concoction, for something that didn’t taste like artificial gingerbread. And I thought I’d never find it. But when I came to DC, I found Little Red Fox. I…

Weekly List: Under The Covers

Weekly List: Under The Covers

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07/31/2017

Weekly List: Under The Covers For when you just want to stay in bed, removed from the world, here’s a group of soft and sweet covers, and (mostly) equally pleasant originals. 1. “Thinkin Bout You”/”Thinking About You”: Frank Ocean/Typhoon Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin Bout You” is arguably the best genre-spanning song to ever be released. It’s…

Critical Voices: HAIM, <i>Something To Tell You</i>

Critical Voices: HAIM, Something To Tell You

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07/14/2017

There is an unabashed air of hurt throughout Something To Tell You. It weaves its way through each song, going deep in some places, while rising to the surface in others. But there’s another overwhelming tone: release. Release from hurt, from anger, and from heartbreak. Something To Tell You may be an album filled with…

Best of Los Angeles

Best of Los Angeles

By: and
06/27/2017

Best Eats Mariscos Guillen La Playita (Santa Monica): The best tacos anywhere, ever. I promise. Nick’s Deli (Seal Beach): A hole in a hole in the wall, Nick’s claims to be the inventor of the breakfast burrito, and after you try one, you’ll be a believer. It’s possibly the greatest surfer food known to mankind….

Weekly List: Late Nights

Weekly List: Late Nights

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05/08/2017

It’s finals week, which means it’s time for a totally expected playlist theme, because Voice writers have just as much studying as the rest of you all. Here’s some musical motivation for watching the sun go down (and come back up) from the window seat of Lau 5, or wherever else you happen to be…

University to install new solar panels

University to install new solar panels

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05/01/2017

Georgetown plans to install solar panels on six campus buildings, creating 1.5 million kilowatt-hours of energy per year. The installation will take place this summer and into the fall as part of the university’s ongoing efforts to implement sustainability measures. An announcement of the plan was made through an email to the student body on…

Short But Sweet: <i>Art of Legacy</i> Pop-Up Gallery

Short But Sweet: Art of Legacy Pop-Up Gallery

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04/28/2017

The old movie theater on Wisconsin and O street sits right in the middle of Georgetown, its recognizable neon sign lighting up the sidewalk below. The space, opened in 1913 as the Dumbarton Theatre, was recently remodeled with the idea of a commercial or retail space in mind, but is still looking for a permanent inhabitant…

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