You know the story, well, at least some of it. Now meet the author. Join former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as he discusses his new book, Total Recall, chronicling his greatest successes and biggest failures. The event is co-sponsored by Politics & Prose and The Washington Post.
At The Hamilton Tuesday, October 2 from 7:00-9:30 pm.
Tickets are $15. Books will be sold on-site.
The Hamilton is located at 600 14th Street NW.
Inspired by the performance fountains in Las Vegas and Dubai, the new fountain at Georgetown’s Washington Harbour Plaza debuted with waterworks reaching 65 feet high Thursday night. All part of a an exclusive evening sponsored by MRP Realty.
During the perfomance, The Josh Burgess Band perfomed inside Tony & Joe's.
If you missed it, you’ll have to wait till next spring (in time for Cherry Bloosom season).
The fountain will remain in service throughout the weekend, but will then be closed for construction of the eagerly anticipated new skating rink, scheduled to open mid-November.
Starting Saturday, September 22 and running through December 2, 2012, the House of Sweden will be showing The Image of Strindberg.
"I do not believe anyone will tire of me as I am very versatile" - August Strindberg, 1875.
One hundred years after his death, many different images of this world-renowned dramatist and author remain: images of the genius, the madman, the jealous man, the woman hater, the anarchist, the vain man, the vagabond and the brazen man.
How do we remember Sweden's most famous writer and dramatist? Is there a true image? See for yourself in this photography exhibition curated by Maria Patomella.
This exhibit is a collaboration with Fotografiska and Strindberg Museum.
For more information, contact Embassy of Sweden.
Embassy of Sweden is located in the House of Sweden at 2900 K Street.