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It’s been a busy summer for the arts. From big-budget franchise films to thought-provoking reads and album releases, a leisure team of writers and editors have pooled together a list of personal favorites from Summer 2015. End of the Tour…More

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An abstract splatter of colors next to an impressionist portrait sounds like the formula for a disorganized mess of an exhibit. But the latest exhibit at the National Gallery, Focus on the Corcoran: Works on Paper, 1860-1990, proves that the…More

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If there’s one thing that all Georgetown students learn about the neighborhood, it’s that restaurants on M Street are usually pretty good, but also pretty expensive. It is because of this that when I entered Maxime, the latest addition to…More

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At almost 17, Yasuo Kuniyoshi migrated alone to the United States. Though he is considered an esteemed American artist—spending his career in Los Angeles and New York—Kuniyoshi was never allowed to become an American citizen. Despite this fact and the…More

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Memory is a fickle aspect of our lives. Vibrant memories can provide a level of certainty to conceptions of self, but they also hold painful details that sour relationships and cement hatred. Amnesia can erase old resentments and bring enemies…More

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If you’re seeing a band at a concert, you should stop heckling. Few things are more annoying to encounter at a show than a fan who heckles a band over and over again. I understand where band hecklers come from.…More

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Metal and Satanism, blues and sadness, rap and da club—some music genres and subject matters just seem to go together. With their new album, Beat the Champ, the Mountain Goats attempt an unconventional combination of folk rock and professional wrestling.…More

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If music is one big party, Matt and Kim sit at the head of the kids’ table. The dynamic duo has embraced their indie pop identity over the years, producing energetic tracks filled with bubbly lyrics and beats. While irresistibly…More

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Starting this Saturday, the Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Subcommittee on Creative Expression plans to hold the second annual Arts Week to highlight and showcase the varied talents of the many on-campus art groups. The newly formed committee created the…More

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