By Philippa P.B. Hughes
September 15, 2011
When you think of Washington, D.C., you generally think of politics, bureaucracies, and grand monuments. At least that’s what I thought when I first moved to D.C. to be a lobbyist about 10 years ago. After I’d been here a little while, I started feeling a little antsy and boxed in by my desk job so I looked around to see if there was anything else going on beyond the Smithsonians and the Kennedy Center. I discovered a thriving arts scene beyond the National Mall filled with amazing creative people that even D.C. residents didn’t know about, much less tourists. I wanted to tell the world about what I’d found!
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