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“Mirror to the World” is being celebrated as much for its opening as for its closing. Photographer Frank Van Riper, who initiated the Glen Echo Photoworks documentary photography exhibit in 2009, served as curator for its final run. Riper, a senior faculty member at Photoworks, author and award-winning photographer, conceived of the ongoing exhibit View more
Montgomery County residents like their literature in all shapes and fonts: fiction and non-fiction books, poems, biopics and homegrown essays. And every year, in downtown Bethesda, thousands soak up, share and celebrate the wonders of words at the Bethesda Literary Festival.
Gaithersburg playwright John Morogiello’s work has been performed all over the world, including Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills, Ca. His earliest works—written on his mom’s old manual typewriter—were set in less glamorous locales. “She loaded up a piece of paper for me, showed me how it worked, and I immediately started plagiarizing old episodes of ‘F View more
Montgomery College’s Bioscience Education Center in Germantown plays host to the 2017 Montgomery County History Conference on Saturday. Civil War tales and and dusty book collections, this is not. This event celebrates the many bygone enclaves, narratives and treasures right in our own backyard.
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