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The <I>Voice</I>‘s Favorite DC Coffee Shops

The Voice‘s Favorite DC Coffee Shops

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04/11/2018

There may be a Starbucks on every corner in this nation’s capital, but look a little further and you’ll find some true gems of cafés and coffee shops. While some places force a struggle to find seating and others lack the wifi necessary to do work (I found out the hard way at A Baked…

Fantoms, Aliens, and Mutants: Promoting Social Consciousness in the Trump Era

Fantoms, Aliens, and Mutants: Promoting Social Consciousness in the Trump Era

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04/28/2017

From its modest perch above a Subway sandwich shop in Dupont Circle, Fantom Comics supplies D.C. with the newest and latest in the comic book world. But amid tales of heroic feats and epic galactic battles, this indie comic store aims to bring into the mainstream stories of even greater importance. Namely, that of marginalized minorities.Through its queer, women’s, and Black Panther book clubs, the store provides a forum for dialogue amongst members of marginalized communities. “I feel like Fant

Preview: All Things Go Fall Classic 10/8

Preview: All Things Go Fall Classic 10/8

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09/20/2016

The third annual All Things Go Fall Classic music festival will hit Yards Park at The Capitol Riverfront on Saturday, October 8. Passion Pit and electronic duo Empire of the Sun will headline this one-day event, which also features indie pop up-and-comers like Sylvan Esso, Pop ETC, and Bishop Briggs. To complement this stellar lineup,…

The Halftime Brunch Bracket: Round Two

The Halftime Brunch Bracket: Round Two

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10/29/2015

Halftime Brunch Bracket Round 2 The eggs have been scrambled, the forks put to use, and the results of our first brunch bracket round are in. In our second round of the Halftime Brunch Bracket, reigning champions of the midday meal will go head-to-head, tournament style. As the numbers whittle down to only the finest…

Twenty One Pilots Round 2

Twenty One Pilots Round 2

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09/11/2015

It seems I’ve started a tradition at Georgetown where my first article of the year, and my first concert of the year is Twenty One Pilots. Fresh off their sophomore album, the duo from Ohio kicked off their Blurryface tour at D.C’s Echostage, a much bigger venue than last year’s 9:30 club. This change in…

Halftime Brunch Bracket: <i>Farmers Fishers Bakers</i>

Halftime Brunch Bracket: Farmers Fishers Bakers

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09/09/2015

Farmers Fishers Bakers: White Girl Paradise Reputation precedes Farmers Fishers Bakers, located along the Georgetown Waterfront, among the brunch cachet. It attracts the instagramming, parents-paying-for, cappuccino-crazy set which is all too familiar to many Georgetown students. I set out to experience the archetypal brunch location with a somewhat reluctant attitude, and I was pleasantly surprised…

“I cannot live without books”: The 2015 National Book Festival

“I cannot live without books”: The 2015 National Book Festival

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09/07/2015

At first glance, the 15th annual National Book Festival looks like any other convention. It’s filled with confused attendees, stealing quick glances between their Walter E. Washington Convention Center maps and signs hanging over entryways throughout the building. Everyone is moving about, ducking in and out of suites and conference rooms, in which there are…

In Defense of Visual Art

In Defense of Visual Art

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03/03/2015

Who’s your favorite musician? Actress? What’s your favorite movie? Book? Almost everyone has a response to these questions. Kanye West. Keira Knightley. Star Wars. Harry Potter. Rarely do the answers “I don’t listen to music,” or “I don’t watch movies,” or “I don’t read” leave the questioner satisfied. Who is your favorite visual artist? To…

Season 3 of <i>House of Cards</i> Rises to the Top

Season 3 of House of Cards Rises to the Top

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03/02/2015

Everyone’s favorite murdering, conniving, scheming, lying, and manipulating politician is back! Netflix’s hit series House of Cards released its third season on Friday, February 27th. After two seasons of political intrigue and machinations, Francis (Frank) J. Underwood has finally climbed to the top of America’s government, but now must face attacks from all sides as…

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