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Union Station:: "Seeing a movie is a collective experience "
by Miia (21 June 2001)
Going to a movie at the theatre located in the ground floor of the Union Station is an interesting experience since the audience reacts laudly to happenings on the screen. Watching Cast Away, a man shouted "Forget Wilson" to Hanks who was a...more
Corcoran Galleries: "Best art museum in town "
by Robert (23 September 2000)
In a city rich with art museums, do not miss the Corcoran. It is more intimate than the vaunted National Galleries and offers special exhibits that can offer a "point of view" not found in the others. It provides excellent educational pr...more
"Race relations "
by Eric (11 July 2000)
Washington DC is still a segregated town. Sure, there are no regulations about separate drinking fountains or restaurants for blacks and whites, but, but there is an undeniable cultural partition between both races boiling just below the surface. Thi...more
"Careers and work manners "
by Eric (06 July 2000)
Nobody ended up in DC by accident or because they thought it would be cool. The residents of the Washington DC metro area are usually here to accompish a certain goal, and 99% of the time that goal is professional. As a result, work has a funny way o...more