Saturday Apr 12
Parrish Art Museum is Loaned Towering Sculpture by Artist Roy Lichtenstein
Tokyo Brushstrokes I & II Will Be on View Beginning Friday, April 18, On the Front Lawn of the Museum The Parrish Art Museum will exhibit Roy Lichtenstein's monumental sculptures, "Tokyo Brushstrokes 1 & II beginning Friday April 1 As of Friday, April 18, 2014, Roy Lichtenstein's monumental sculpture, Tokyo Brushstroke I & II will grace the entry ... (more)
As of Friday, April 18, 2014, Roy Lichtenstein's monumental sculpture, Tokyo Brushstroke I & II , will be on view outdoors at the Parrish Art Museum .
Meridian Group buys Techworld by Mount Vernon Square
TechWorld, a pair of the most recognizable buildings overlooking Mount Vernon Square, has a new owner and is being primed for some potentially major changes - and a new moniker.
DC is Part of Harbor's $1B Investment...
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First quarter Washington, D.C. area office market is restrained.
Persistently higher vacancy rates, driven by contractions and unhurried tenant demand, restrained office markets in the Washington, D.C. region during the first quarter, according to preliminary first-quarter research reports released by CBRE Group.
Roy Lichtenstein's Tokyo Brushstroke I & II on Display at Parrish Art Museum Today
The first long-term, outdoor installation at the Parrish Art Museum's new Herzog & de Meuron-designed building, the sculpture will be placed outdoors on the front lawn, west of the driveway entrance to the Museum, near Montauk Highway.
New hospital planned on St. Elizabeths east campus in DC
Mayor Vince Gray at the announcement of plans for a new hospital on St. Elizabeths east campus in D.C. WASHINGTON - Wednesday morning, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray and other officials announced a plan to invest approximately $300 million in a brand-new hospital on the St. Elizabeths East Campus.