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Washington Co...

Washington Confidential: For Employees of the Federal Government

If you are a federal employee acutely feeling the impact of the election as it relates to the future of your career, then this confidential opportunity to talk with other government workers is for you. Moderated by Rabbi Jack Moline, who has decades of experience serving the needs of those who work in government, this session is a chance to air your concerns and find support.

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James Hamblin

James Hamblin

In If Our Bodies Could Talk: A Guide to Operating and Maintaining a Human Body, the doctor-turned-journalist explores the human stories behind health questions that never seem to go away—like sleep, aging, and diet—in this comprehensive, illustrated, and humorous guide.

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Frank Sesno

Frank Sesno

In Ask More: The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions, and Spark Change, the Emmy Award-winning journalist and director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University explains what to ask and when, what you should listen for, and what you can expect as the outcome.

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Piers Faccini

Piers Faccini

The British songwriter with Italian and Jewish roots performs songs from his latest album, I Dreamed an Island, which he was inspired to compose after November 2015’s terrorist attacks in Paris. His performances are a sensitive celebration of cultural diversity and pluralism. This performance will take place on our Downstairs stage.

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Michael Eric Dyson

In Tears We Cannot Stop, Dyson digs deep into our racial past while also offering the most up to date investigation of the crises we confront, as well as the opportunities we have to make things better.

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Kyle Morton (from Typhoon)

This event will take place in our Downstairs venue with mostly standing room. For those who require seating, please call 202.408.3100 in advance. Kyle Morton, lead singer and songwriter from More +
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Friend Request

Friend Request

Start off 2017 in the spirit of sisterhood. Connect with other local women in their 20s and 30s at our 8th annual speed-friend-making event. Come alone or bring a friend, and leave with new friendship prospects, during a night of speed socializing. Light refreshments will be served.

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Washington Co...

Washington Confidential: For Employees of the Federal Government

If you are a federal employee acutely feeling the impact of the election as it relates to the future of your career, then this confidential opportunity to talk with other government workers is for you. Moderated by Rabbi Jack Moline, who has decades of experience serving the needs of those who work in government, this session is a chance to air your concerns and find support.

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Man’s Attempt at Thoughtfulness

Combining spirituality, psychology, modern masculinity, and good scotch, Rabbi Scott brings a group of men together to attempt some thoughtfulness about life’s more important questions.

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Rabbi David Wolpe

Named the most influential Rabbi in America by Newsweek and one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world by The Jerusalem Post, Rabbi Wolpe joins the Mercatus Center’s More +
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Mogwai Play A...

Mogwai Play Atomic

Mogwai’s new album, Atomic, is composed of reworked versions of the music recorded for the soundtrack to Mark Cousin’s documentary Atomic: Living In Dread and Promise, which aired on BBC Four last summer.

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Kennedy Center Chamber Players

The Kennedy Center Chamber Players is formed of principal and guest players of the National Symphony Orchestra.

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Paul Auster

Paul Auster

With a passion for realism and a great tenderness and fierce attachment to history, 4 3 2 1 is a sweeping and surprising story of birthright and possibility, of love and life itself.

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Carlos Henriq...

Carlos Henriquez Sextet

The distinguished artist is well-known to local audiences as the veteran bassist of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO). Born and raised in the Bronx, Henriquez played in his teens More +
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