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 45515 Dulles Plaza , Sterling, VA, US, 20166

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Transnational Organized Crime As A National Security Threat
George Washington UniversityJanuary 29, 2015 11:30 AM
2121 I Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20052
Transnational crime generates more than $800 billion dollars a year nearly 1.5% of the global GDP. United Kingdom's National Crime Agency Director General Keith Bristow will discuss transnational organized crime as a national security threat, focusing on economic and cyber crimes, and digging into the challenges of 21st century policing. SPEAKER: Keith Bristow is the first Director General of the National Crime Agency (NCA). He is a graduate of the European Top Senior Police Officer Program and has a Masters Degree in Organizational Development.  He also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management Studies and a Diploma in Applied Criminology from the University of Cambridge.  In 2008, he was awarded the Queens Police Medal for Distinguished Police Service in the Queens Birthday Honours List.  In 2014, he chaired the Strategic Alliance Group Principals' Meeting, a partnership between the UK, the United States, Australia, Canada and New Zealand which seeks to reduce the international threat and impact of organized crime. WHEN: Thursday, January 29th 11:30am-1:30pm Lunch will be served. WHERE: The George Washington University City View Room 1957 E St, NW, 7th Floor Washington, D.C. 20052
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Crime & Punishment In America: Cops & Hello Out There
Gunston Arts CenterJanuary 29, 2015 8:00 PM
2700 South Lang Street
Arlington, VA 22206
The volatile mix of racial tensions, inequality and crime come to a head in this evening of timely one-act dramas from The American Century Theater. David Mamet conceived the story of "Cops", which was brought to life by acclaimed playwright Terry Curtis Fox, and is one of the most intense shows TACT has produced. "Cops" is an intense, real-time portrayal of a bloody hostage showdown between police and a fugitive in a gritty diner. Then, Pulitzer Prize winner William Saroyan's "Hello Out There" brings you the story of a down-on-his-luck gambler and an unhappy cook who meet and fall in love at the jail where he is locked up. In the hands of one of America's finest writers, the unlikely romance manages to be both hopeful and tragic. In the role of the Young Man, James Orleans Brown nabbed TACT's first Helen Hayes nomination.
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Locker Room Thursdays
CobaltJanuary 29, 2015 10:00 PM
1639 R Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009
Weekly contest judged by Sasha Adams and Ba*Naka. Music by DJ Devon Trotter and DJ Sean Morris. Up to $200 in prizes. Best Body Contest at midnight hosted by Sasha J. Adams and Ba’Naka.
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National Geographic Museum
National Geographic Society (NGS)January 29, 2015 10:00 AM
1145 17th Street North West
Washington , DC 20036
At the National Geographic Museum, you can explore the earth and all that's in and around it, past and present. "Food: Our Global Kitchen" serves up everything you've ever wanted to know about the complex and intricate food system that brings what we eat from farm to fork. You can even cook a virtual meal and peek into the dining rooms of famous figures throughout history. Experience the world premiere of the Cretaceous Period's Spinosaurus, the largest predatory dinosaur to ever roam the planet -- at over 50 feet long, 20 feet high and 6 tons, it made "T. rex" look like small potatoes. Whether you live in the area or are visiting D.C. from afar, the National Geographic Museum offers permanent and rotating exhibits that'll keep you riveted. Centrally located downtown, the museum is just a few blocks from the White House and an easy walk from many of the national monuments.
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Life Sucks (Or The Present Ridiculous)
Theater JJanuary 29, 2015 7:30 PM
1529 16th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20036
Award-winning local writer-director Aaron Posner ("Stupid, F**king Bird, The Chosen") debuts his latest play, loosely inspired by Chekhov's Russian masterpiece "Uncle Vanya". True to the melancholic spirit of Chekhov's work, this world premiere dramedy is filled with characters who are dissatisfied with their lives -- the gorgeous, desirable woman who considers herself deeply misunderstood, the middle-aged man who's all too aware of his own shortcomings, and the not-so-pretty girl whose beauty shines from within. "Life Sucks" for everyone in this hilarious, emotional new play about love and longing.
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Zola Jesus
Black CatJanuary 29, 2015
1811 14th Street Northwest
Washington DC, DC 20009
By the time Nika Danilova was 20 she had already released two 7"s and a full length album as front woman for her band Zola Jesus. Danilova's work ethic is extremely impressive and the no-fi electronic tinged music she cranks out has captured the admiration of many a music critic who's looking for the youngest indie musician capable of dishing out a mean style of original material that's uninhibited and void of trepidation. While Danilova initially evaded the befuddled world of sparkling crisp music production, she recently traded her lo-fi leanings for more epic layers of rich sound, still retaining the haunting aesthetic of her powerful voice, but more open to that world of production she vehemently avoided before. The result has been just as impressive and Zola Jesus is still an act to behold.
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