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"The Inspector" Is Coming to Wold Trap

Next week at Wolf Trap, the National Capital Region will be home to the world premiere of a comical opera called "The Inspector."

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'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram

Earth Day art and theater from the heart.

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'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram

Authors join the artists, life imitates art, and a few families save a musical tradition.

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William & Mary Professor Shows Students 'The Way'

"The Way," a 2010 film starring Martin Sheen, follows the Camino de Santiago -- a famous pilgrimage trail in Spain. It's a trail that students from the College of William & Mary walk nearly every summer.

George Greenia, professor of modern languages and literature at the College of William & Mary, takes his students on the 500-mile trail. He talks to Kelley Libby from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities about the experience.

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D.C. Brau Brews First Beer In The District Since 1950's

This month will be the first time in decades that patrons will be able to order a beer brewed in the District of Columbia since Old Heuric closed in 1956. PUBLIC ALE is now on tap at Meridian Pint, a bar in Columbia Heights.

It's the flagship beer of DC Brau, the first of a handful of breweries set to open in the coming year.

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'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram

Theater for the short attention set, identity art, and an evening with Margueritte.

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Taffety Punk's Vision: Affordable Theater For All

A group called Taffety Punk is bringing an inventive, low-budget approach to producing plays in the D.C. area. Its credo is: "Artist-centered, exciting, affordable" and the theater company's newest effort is called "The Car Plays".

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