In The Know
Shareholders of the American sports apparel and accessories company, Under Armour Inc. are bringing a lawsuit against the company ahead of a stock split the company announced earlier this summer, as reported in Washington Business Journal.
Under Armour is planning to open in Georgetown at 3150 M Street at the corner of Wisconsin and M, the site formerly occupied by Serendipity 3 DC, and Nathan's.
Filed in Baltimore, company headquarters, the case alleges Under Armour board members breached their fiduciary duties by approving a new class of stock and changes to the company’s charter, issues that will be put to a vote at a special meeting of shareholders on Aug. 26.
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Now through August 9th, The Phillips Collection is showing painting from Jacob Lawrence’s Struggle series.
Produced between 1954 and 1956, the series illustrates scenes from American history, chronicling events from the Revolutionary War through the great westward expansion of 1817.
This exhibition, which brings together 12 panels from the private collection of Harvey and Harvey-Ann Ross, presents a rare glimpse into the artist’s narrative invention at mid-century while exploring the significance of his Struggle series.
The Phillips Collection is located at 1600 21st Street NW. Tel: 202.387.2151
Exploration and authenticity are the hallmarks of camp at Tudor Place. During Summer History Week, campers aged 4 to 10 explore the past through cooking, movement, archaeology, and historical analysis, partaking in games, dance, fun with costumes, exploring the estate, and handling artifacts from the museums’ Education Collection.
- For children aged 4-10 at start of camp.
- Discounts available for families registering more than one child.
- Before- and after-care available.
Monday – Friday, August 3 – 7
9 am – noon
For more information, contact Alexis Miller at 202.965.0400 x108.