In a city where protests are an almost daily occurrence, blood red cloaks and bright white bonnets have become the unofficial dress code for demonstrators. Inspired by Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Hulu’s television adaptation, which began its run two years ago, red-clad protestors can be seen everywhere from the White House to the Supreme Court to the National Mall.
D.C. may sometimes seem soulless, but we know it has a heart – we see the hearts everywhere.
The World’s a bubble, and the Life of Man Less than a span Francis Bacon In the hands of Jennifer Shannon, bubbles come to life as she stares intently and makes them hang in the air. We’ve watched in delight as her performances enchant the crowds, at festivals like Art All Night in Shaw, or… Continue reading