Caitlin Cain


Kuniyoshi captures intersectionality

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... Read more

Halftime Leisure

HONM: The New Cartographers

“I can barely type and he’s sitting there making like, a Hackintosh or something”   Vanessa and Vincent came to the National Mall under the impression that it was the... Read more


Bad Boy El Greco finally finds vindication at National Gallery

When asked what he thought of Michelangelo, El Greco remarked indignantly and controversially, “He was a good man, but he did not know how to paint.” El Greco is the... Read more


Critical Voices: Damien Rice, My Favorite Faded Fantasy

“I have an allergic reaction to expectations,” said Irish singer-songwriter Damien Rice, in a video for the music blog The Line of Best Fit.  After quietly fading out of the... Read more


Bienvenue to Chez Billy Sud

Lovers of unpretentious, French food classics may have been disappointed when Georgetown mainstay Cafe La Ruche closed this past summer, but the tradition is alive and well in the Canal... Read more