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Learn about events happening in and around Washington! Local arts and cultural organizations are invited to submit events to this calendar.

For Whom It Stands

  • Through Saturday, February 28, 2015

More than 100 works of art, artifacts, documents, and photographs reflect the breadth of American experiences. A fragment of the original Star-Spangled Banner serves as a starting point to investigate the broad history and representation of the United States flag as an icon of our nation and its people.

Building Zone

  • Through Friday, July 31, 2015

The Building Zone introduces children to the building arts through play in an interactive gallery of hands-on activities for the Museum's youngest visitors.

Fri • June 6, 2014

 

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2014 American Liszt Society Festival

Forbes Center for the Performing Arts - JMU

James Madison University will host its first-ever American Liszt Society Festival at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts from June 6-8. The 50th anniversary celebration, co-sponsored by JMU’s School of Music and Office of Outreach & Engagement, is titled Liszt as Missionary and features more than 50 prominent performers and lecturers from all over the world, including pianist James Tocco and noted Liszt authority and scholar, Alan Walker.

According to artistic director Gabriel Dobner, the great romantic composer/pianist Franz Liszt was a “musical missionary” to earlier composers as well as to those who came after. He promoted the works of his peers and predecessors through his many piano transcriptions, and his own compositions highly influenced later composers.

The American Liszt Society recognizes Liszt’s contributions and honors him with an annual festival. “The ALS is a wonderful organization with fantastic pianists from all over the country. It is a great honor for us to host this year’s 50th anniversary celebration,” declares Dobner.

Highlights of the festival include world premieres by two JMU faculty composers: Prelude: Hymn and Snowfall by Eric Guinivan and Prelude to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg for four pianos by Jason Haney featuring JMU’s four faculty pianists Gabriel Dobner, Lori Piitz, Paulo Steinberg and Eric Ruple.

Other performers include rising junior Donald A. Lee III (a current student of Ruple), alumnus Nathan Hess (a former student of Ruple), as well as JMU music faculty members Kevin McMillan (baritone), Carl Donakowski (cello) and Katie Overfield-Zook (viola).

Also featured is a medal presentation to Maestro Daniel Barenboim, a renowned Israeli Argentine-born pianist; a film screening of Liszt’s Dance with the Devil (Ophra Yerushalmi, director); and an evening at New Leaf Pastry Kitchen in Harrisonburg, Va. featuring period desserts that Liszt may have enjoyed.

A Midsummer Night's Dream

ArtSpace Falls Church

This Spring, the Learning Theater tackles William Shakespeare’s most popular comedy. Follow the adventures of four young lovers and a group of amateur actors and their interactions with woodland fairies. The action takes place in an enchanted forest where we encounter a handsome fairy king and queen, star-crossed lovers, a weaver who’s transformed into a half-donkey, and the mischievous Puck who proves that “falling in love makes fools of us all.”

Categories: Theater

Alice Webb Botanical Exhibit

Robinson Nature Center

Join us for a reception from 6 to 8 PM in the first floor gallery space of the Robinson Nature Center.  Meet local, award winning artist, Alice Webb and view a display of her framed botanical prints.  Enjoy complimentary light fare and beverages.  Ms. Webb’s prints will be on display and offered for sale at the nature center through August.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

An American in London: Whistler and the Thames

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

#americaninlondon

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

An American in London: Whistler and the Thames

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

After arriving in London in 1859, American artist James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903) found an enduring source of inspiration in the rapidly changing urban environment.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Bountiful Waters: Aquatic Life in Japanese Art

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

This exhibition features a selection of prints, paintings, illustrated books, and ceramics that depict Japanese appreciation for the beauty and variety of fish and other species.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Building Zone

National Building Museum

Building Zone long-term Monday through Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00 pm; Sunday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Ages 2-6 with adult supervision The Building Zone introduces children to the building arts through play in an interactive gallery of hands-on activities for the Museum's youngest visitors. The National Building Museum gratefully acknowledges The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation for its support of the Building Zone. Project Playhouse is sponsored by HomeAid and built by Pardee Homes. Event begins at Presented by: National Building Museum

Categories: Family Oriented

Cabaret Series: One Night at the Moulin Rouge

The Workhouse Arts Center

Join us at the Workhouse Arts Center, 9601 Ox Road, Lorton, VA for our Cabaret Series, On Night at the Moulin Rouge. This month our cabaret performers channel the essence of the City of Lights... after dark, that is!

Categories: Music: Other, Arts

Chigusa and the Art of Tea

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Chigusa and the Art of Tea shows how one Chinese storage jar was transformed into a vessel worthy of display, adornment, and contemplation in 16th-century Japan. Diaries of tea events reveal what the writers admired about Chigusa.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Chinese Ceramics for Tea in Japan

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Acquired by Charles Lang Freer, these Chinese bowls, small jars, and other ceramics were used as tea utensils in sixteenth-century Japan as part of chanoyu, or the “art of tea.”

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Cool Cow Comedy presents Jared Logan and Kara Klenk live on-stage!

The Workhouse Arts Center

Join us at the Workhouse Arts Center, 9601 Ox Road, Lorton, VA on Friday, June 6, as host and comedian Rahmein Mostafavi presents comedy headliner Jared Logan along with Kara Klenk live on-stage!

Categories: Theater

DAR Museum Exhibition Showcases Changes in Comfort and Convenience in the Evolution of the American Household

DAR Museum

This exhibition explores how we have evolved from the fireplace and washing clothes by hand to the many conveniences we take for granted today like automated electric appliances, plumbing and central heating. Over sixty objects dating from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries will be on exhibit showing the “latest” devices that no one could live without. In the final analysis, however, did these devices actually save time or did they create more work?

Event begins at 9:30AM

Presented by: DAR Museum

Categories: Exhibits

Distant Horizons: Songs of Beethoven, Fauré, and Vaughan Williams

Christ Lutheran Church - Bethesda

A vocal recital with pian o accompan iment of German, French, and English art songs.

Exhibit: "Figural Fine Lines" by Susan O'Neill

The Art League Gallery

The drawings in Susan O’Neill’s “Figural Fine Lines” are inspired by the timeless beauty of the human form, articulated through a combination of both classical and contemporary interpretations.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

Exhibit: "Neo-Expressionism"

The Art League Gallery

In "Neo-Expressionism," juried by Kim Levin, artists will look for inspiration to the Neo-Expressionist movement of the 1980s. Find more information on the exhibit page.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

Exhibition on Korean American Pop Art at the Workhouse Arts Center

The Workhouse Arts Center

Join us at the Workhouse Arts Center, 9601 Ox Road, Lorton, VA for an Exhibition on Korean American Pop Art.  Curated by Julie Jungsil Lee, Ph.D., an adjunct professor at Towson University, MD and Corcoran College of Art & Design, Washington DC, the exhibition will run from May 10th to June 22nd.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

Fifth Annual Astronomy Festival on The National Mall

The National Mall, Washington DC

In Washington, DC, on Friday, June 6, from 6-11 p.m. visitors to the nation’s capital will be able to look to the skies with telescopes providing views of the of Sun, Moon, Saturn, Jupiter, ands Mars as part of the Fifth Annual Astronomy Festival on the National Mall.  The event, organized by Hofstra University, will feature telescopic viewing, exhibits, hands-on activities, a multimedia presentation, and a chance to mingle with astronomers.

This free public stargazing is organized by Dr. Donald Lubowich, Coordinator of Astronomy Outreach at Hofstra University.  Dr. Lubowich and local amateur astronomers will set up 20 telescopes on the Mall. Starting at 6 p.m., visitors will be able to view sunspots with the help of specially filtered telescopes. After dusk and until 11 p.m. the telescopes will provide close-up views of the Moon, Saturn with its beautiful rings, Jupiter and its moons, Mars, colorful double stars, and star clusters that sparkle like diamonds on black velvet.  Free planetarium programs, Journey to the Stars (narrated by Whoopie Goldberg) and Cosmic Collisions (narrated by Robert Redford) will be shown.  A 4-inch computerized telescope, donated by Celestron, will be raffled off.

Categories: Family Oriented

For Whom It Stands

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture

Named one of the nation's "Top 10 Must-See Exhibits This Summer" by USA Today. More than 100 works of art, artifacts, documents, and photographs reflect the breadth of American experiences. A fragment of the original Star-Spangled Banner serves as a starting point to investigate the broad history and representation of the United States flag as an icon of our nation and its people.

Categories: Arts, History, Exhibits

Free Exhibtion of Video Art by Brandon Morse

Captiol Skyline Hotel

Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) presents an exhibition of video art by DC-based artist Brandon Morse at the Capitol Skyline Hotel. Morse programs complex computer code to create abstract yet compelling video animation. Through rapidly changing forms, his work portrays the emergence and collapse of organized systems. This FREE exhibition is spread throughout the hotel lobby.

Categories: Arts, Free, Exhibits

Free Live Music

St. Elmo's Coffee Pub

If you're looking for a fun, but inexpsensive night out check out some live music at St. Elmo's Coffee Pub. We feature local and national (and sometimes even international!) musicians Wednesday through Saturday, every week. For the past 16 years the Not So Modern Jazz Quartet + has been playing every Thursday at St. Elmo's. These seasoned regulars play Dixieland/New Orleans-style jazz and kick off their set around 7:30 p.m. All other days (Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday) music begins at 8 p.m. and goes to about 10 p.m. With a range in musical styles, there's surely something on our calendar for anyone who enjoys music. Besides jazz, we also feature folk, rock, blues, pop, experimental, country, bluegrass, and more! As always, the live music we offer is free (but tips are encouraged for the artists). "Come on out to St. Elmo's and enjoy a relaxing evening with coffee, great food, music, and friends. A night out at St. Elmo's gives you the opportunity to support local business and local/national musicians, and it is a less expensive alternative to a night at the bar." - Charity Meals from the Arlington Coffee Shop Examiner.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Categories: Music: Other, Free, Arts

Glass Mind Theatre presents RSVP

Area 405

RSVP

a devised piece.
Inspired by ETIQUETTE by Emily Post
Directed by Ann Turiano

A (very) dark comedy of manners
June 6-15, 2014
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 4pm

Categories: Theater, Books & Authors

Healing Wars

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater

World premiere created and directed by MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Liz Lerman
Featuring Bill Pullman
June 6–29, 2014 in the Arlene and Robert Kogod Cradle
A pioneer in the world of contemporary dance, Liz Lerman’s newest theatrical dance piece explores the experiences of the healers tasked with treating the physical and psychic wounds of battle. Joined by Bill
Pullman (Independence Day, 1600 Penn), an ensemble of dancers represent medics and soldiers from the Civil War to today. Called “the source of an epochal revolution in the scope and purposes of dance art” (Washington Post), Lerman’s work has been performed throughout the U.S. and abroad. After 34 years as founding artistic director of Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, Lerman presents her singular aesthetic to audiences in this exciting world premiere about how we experience and recover from war.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Categories: Arts

House and Home

National Building Museum

House & Home, a long-term exhibition presented by the National Building Museum, takes visitors on a tour of houses both familiar and surprising, through past and present, challenging our ideas about what it means to live at home in America. 

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Imperfect Vessels -- an exhibit by coppersmith Anne Jordan and pen and ink artist Jim Haller

Arts in the Village Gallery

Arts in the Village Gallery presents Imperfect Vessels, the June Featured Artist Exhibit showcasing nature inspired copper art by Anne Jordan and the provocative and beautifully detailed pen and ink drawings of Jim Haller.

Free, open to the public reception on Saturday, June 14th, from 5 – 8 p.m.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

In Focus: Ara Güler’s Anatolia

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

#araguler

This exhibition of never-before-shown works, curated by Johns Hopkins University students in partnership with the museums, examines Ara Güler’s definition of himself as a photojournalist through the presentation of his photographs.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Investigating Where We Live: Recapturing Shaw’s Legacy

National Building Museum

Investigating Where We Live is a summer program in which teen students from the D.C. area use multimedia technology to explore, document, and interpret the built environment of local neighborhoods.

Japanese Religious Art

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

This exhibition focuses on paintings depicting the Historical Buddha Shakyamuni; his disciples, or arhats; and his attendant bodhisattvas, Fugen (Samantabhadra) and Monju (Manjushri).

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Japanese Screens: Landscapes and Waterscapes

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Surrounded by seas, the Japanese islands are permeated by bays, rivers, and lakes. Water appears in nearly every landscape, a reminder of its dominance in the natural and human worlds. A highlight of the works on view in this installation is Maruyama Okyo’s Geese Flying over a Beach, a masterpiece of ink painting and a favorite of museum founder Charles Lang Freer.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Jessica van Brakle: Industrial Paradise

Artisphere

Free opening reception: Thu Mar 20 / 6–8pm; Artist talk / 7pm

Industrial Paradise combines man-made structures with natural organic elements to examine the complex relationship between man and nature.  

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

Kate Samworth: Aviary Wonders Inc.

Artisphere

Aviary Wonders Inc. is a recently published dark-humored catalog and instruction manual inspired by Kate's awareness of the environmental challenges surrounding various bird populations. Patrons will have the opportunity to use templates designed by the artist to create their own bird.

Kiyochika: Master of the Night

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

When self-trained artist Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847–1915) returned to his birthplace, which he had known as Edo, in 1874, he found a city transformed. Renamed Tokyo (“Eastern Capital”), it was filled with railroads, steamships, gaslights, telegraph lines, and large brick buildings.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Lincoln's Briefcase

President Lincoln's Cottage

The briefcase that held Abraham Lincoln’s handwritten notes returns to Washington, DC for an exhibit at President Lincoln’s Cottage at the Soldiers’ Home.

Categories: Exhibits, History, Free

Lost World: Video Art by Charles Lim and Gideon Mendel

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Lost World features video works by Charles Lim and Gideon Mendel. Both artists examine the dramatic consequences of major shifts in the world’s primary natural resource—water.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Made in the USA

The Phillips Collection

Made in the USA is the most comprehensive presentation of The Phillips Collection's American art in nearly 40 years!

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Made in the USA: American Masters from the Phillips Collection, 1850-1970

The Phillips Collection

Following an acclaimed worldwide tour, the Phillips’s renowned collection of American masterworks returns to the museum. The exhibition tells the story of American art from the late 19th-century to the mid-20th century when American art became a significant global force after World War II. 

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

National College Dance Festival

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Terrace Theater

The American College Dance Festival Association presents the 2014 National College Dance Festival. The Festival includes three concerts featuring 31 of the finest dance works selected from colleges and universities throughout the country.

Categories: Dance, Arts, Theater

National College Dance Festival

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Terrace Theater

The American College Dance Festival Association presents the 2014 National College Dance Festival. The Festival includes three concerts featuring 31 of the finest dance works selected from colleges and universities throughout the country.

Categories: Dance, Arts, Theater

Off the Beaten Path: Early Works by James McNeill Whistler

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

These early works by Whistler documented his adventures and shaped his approach to composition, light and shadow, and perspective.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Old Town Plaza Concert Series - Main Street Trombone Quartet

Old Town Plaza Fairfax

The Main Street Trombone Quartet, an ensemble of the City of Fairfax Band Association, opens our Old Town Plaza Summer Concert series! Enjoy Fairfax's Downtown restaurants while listening to this FREE, live music.

Paintings of the Potomac Valley Watercolorists

Green Spring Gardens

Green Spring Gardens will host Paintings of the Potomac Valley Watercolorists, on exhibit throughout the Garden’s Horticultural Center and Historic House from April 29-June 29.  The exhibition brings together some of the area’s top watermedia floral and landscape painters in one of the most popular public gardens in the region.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

Perspectives: Chiharu Shiota

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

Japanese performance and installation artist Chiharu Shiota installs a monumental yet intimate work in the Sackler pavilion this summer.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Peruvian Gold Ancient Treasures Unearthed

National Geographic Museum

Marvel at centuries of dazzling craftsmanship in gold and silver as we explore the treasures of Peru’s rich pre-Inca heritage.

Categories: Exhibits

Photography Class

Clay Pots... A Place to Grow

Explore urban dwellings, landscape, nature and more in this six week course led by David Williams, Cabinetmaker, Artist, and Baltimore City Community College Photography Instructor. 

Sign up today at claypotsad@gmail.com!

Categories: Free, Other Events

Play Work Build

National Building Museum

PLAY WORK BUILD takes children and adults alike through an exploration of play with an immersive, hands-on installation featuring molded foam blocks of all shapes and sizes and an original virtual block play experience. 

Pooch-A-Palooza Free Concert

Mason District Regional Park

APEX Pet Partners is sponsoring our third annual BBQ/ Party/Concert, to be held RAIN or SHINE!, in the beautiful Mason District Park. The event is free and there is ample seating. We have reserved both the amphitheater and a picnic area with tables and BBQs, but it is B.Y.O. food. Dogs must be on leash, and pooper-scooped. Beer/wine/alcohol are NOT allowed in the park. Picnic area will be open from 11AM until 7PM. Food/drinks should be enjoyed there, not in the amphitheater. Live music Noon– 6PM. Thank you & enjoy!!

Event begins at 12:00PM

Presented by: APEX Pet Partners

Featured Artist(s): Midnight Mumblers: Mixing Bowl Musical Mahem! This homegrown group plays classic rock and some blues and jamrock. Enjoy your favorites from the Stones, Beatles, the Dead & more. Good old hard driving rock done loud & proud.

Reimagining Rosa Parks - Art Exhibit at Prince George's Community College

Prince George's Community College

Rosa Parks’ refusal to yield her seat created a clear and defining moment toward the pursuit of racial equality in the United States, and nearly 60 years later that act of civil disobedience carries a universal legacy. The exhibition, Reimagining Rosa Parks, examines and reimagines Rosa Parks' identity and Civil Rights legacy as applied to contemporary Civil Rights issues.

Reimagining Rosa Parks is an exhibition developed for the Book Bridge Project, an annual program that centers curriculum around a featured book. This year’s book is Jeanne Theoharis’ The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, which describes a different Rosa Parks—one who was keenly aware of how to engage in civil disobedience to provoke change.

Categories: Arts

Shakespeare's the Thing

Folger Shakespeare Library

Explore Shakespeare’s influence on visual art, performance, and scholarship through treasures from the Folger collection hand-picked by Folger staff, including a special look at how fans have celebrated Shakespeare from his time to ours. Marking Shakespare's 450th birthday.

The Folger Shakespeare Library is open to the public 10am to 5pm Monday through Saturday, with special exhibition viewing hours on Sundays from 12pm to 5pm. Free, docent-led tours are available Monday through Friday at 11am and 3pm, Saturdays at 11am and 1pm, and Sundays at 1pm.

Event begins at

Presented by: Folger Shakespeare Library

Featured Artist(s): Curated by Georgianna Ziegler

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Tours

Smokey Joe’s Café—The Songs of Leiber and Stoller

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater

By Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller / Directed by Randy Johnson
April 25–June 8, 2014 in the Fichandler Stage
Featuring E. Faye Butler and Nova Y. Payton
Staged by Randy Johnson, the visionary behind One Night with Janis Joplin, Smokey Joe’s Café—The Songs of Leiber and Stoller transports us to the Golden Age of Rock, Rhythm and Blues showcasing nearly 40 popular hits from Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame legends Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Bursting with infectious tunes like “Hound Dog,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Stand By Me,” “Love Potion #9” and “On Broadway,” it’s no wonder this electrifying show received seven Tony Award nominations and became the longest-running musical revue in Broadway history. Get ready to raise the roof at Smokey Joe’s Café!

Event begins at 8:00PM

Categories: Music: Other

Style in Chinese Landscape Painting: The Song Legacy

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

This exhibition showcases a group of the Freer’s best Song dynasty landscape paintings along with later works that illustrate the evolution of six different styles.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

SUITES Art Exhibit

The Del Ray Artisans Gallery

SUITES Art Exhibit at Del Ray Artisans (June 6-29) - Experience the intriguing sights and images from area artists. This show could make you laugh, blush… or both! Reception: Friday, June 6, 7-9pm. Details: www.TheDelRayArtisans.org

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

SUITES Art Exhibit Opening Reception

The Del Ray Artisans Gallery

SUITES Art Exhibit at Del Ray Artisans (June 6-29) - Experience the intriguing sights and images from area artists. This show could make you laugh, blush… or both! Reception: Friday, June 6, 7-9pm. Details: www.TheDelRayArtisans.org

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

Tabletop Ceramics Exhibit

The Art League Gallery

For The Art League’s internationally juried exhibition “Tabletop,” ceramic artists from all corners of the United States and Canada turned out to submit various functional wares associated with eating, drinking, presenting, and enjoying food.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

The Capitol Steps

Amphitheater of the Ronald Reagan Building

The Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them.

The group was born in December, 1981 when some staffers for Senator Charles Percy were planning entertainment for a Christmas party. Their first idea was to stage a nativity play, but in the whole Congress they couldn't find three wise men or a virgin. So, they decided to dig into the headlines of the day, and they created song parodies & skits which conveyed a special brand of satirical humor

We perform every week in Washington, D.C. at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in the Amphitheater with shows every Friday and Saturday year round at 7:30 PM!

Event begins at 7:30PM

Categories: Music: Other

The Uncommon Intersection Exhibition in NOMA

NoMa

Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) presents The Uncommon Intersection, an exhibition featuring the work of DC

Glassworks artist Joseph Corcoran and painter Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann. In this unique collaboration Tzu-Lan Mann’s

painted artwork seamlessly pairs with Corcoran’s blown-glass sculptures. Part of WPA’s ongoing Lobby Project, this FREE

exhibition is on display at 1200 First Street, NE, through July 18.

Categories: Arts, Exhibits, Free

Tour of President Lincoln's Cottage

President Lincoln's Cottage

Walk in Lincoln's footsteps at President Lincoln's Cottage, the summer home of the Lincoln family and "the Cradle of the Emancipation Proclamation."

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