Safe at Home Charity Kickball Tournament isn’t just a fun day of of kickball (okay, it’s definitely a really fun day of kickball) but it also benefits Bridges to Independence to help people out of homelessness. Sounds good!
With cars out of the way, DJs and bands performed, kids drew an imaginary protected bike lane on the sidewalk (!!), skateboarders jumped over ramps shaped like books, and residents enjoyed the sights without worry of traffic disruption. When you have the space and security to be able to move around freely, you notice your environment--and your neighbors--more.
Arlington stage for a psychological thriller
Julius Onah - a director born in Nigeria who moved to Arlington at 10 - set his latest film, Luce, in Arlington because “you see a real range of different experiences [in Arlington] that I think is reflective of so much of what America looks like.”
Emissions are already declining in 30 of the world’s major cities, including Berlin, London, Madrid, and D.C. “Investments in transit, building energy efficiency, and switching fuel to zero-carbon energy sources are some of [the] largest drivers.”
Debbie Millman, host of the Design Matters podcast, is at the Hirshhorn to talk about the Bauhaus ideals and their long-standing cultural and aesthetic influences. Registration recommended, share with your most ~modernist~ friendz. (7pm)
In its fifth edition, Double Exposure 2019 convenes investigative journalists, filmmakers, and multimedia producers for a 3-day line-up to explore the intersection of film and journalism. Full lineup can be found here with tix varying in price. (Thursday thru Sunday)