Greta Weber, Washingtonian

Greta Weber


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Past articles by Greta:

Why Is The Renwick Displaying These Creepy Crime Scene Models?

Catch "Murder is Her Hobby: Frances Glessner Lee and the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death” at the Renwick Gallery opening October 20. → Read More

The Fascinating 1940s Female Codebreakers Who Transformed DC

Liza Mundy's new book about female codebreakers during WWII—Code Girls—captures a unique Washington moment that still reverberates. → Read More

This Artist Loved DC's Food Scene So Much She Decided to Paint It

Jennifer Barlow asked DC food writers to describe their favorite restaurants, then went out to paint them. → Read More

The National Building Museum’s Hot New Installation Wasn’t Finished for Opening Day. Here’s Why.

"Hive" was a lot more complicated to build than the designers thought. → Read More

The Descendants of James Madison’s Slaves Are Reviving Their Ancestors’ History

A new exhibit in Virginia tells the stories of more than 100 enslaved people who toiled for the father of the constitution. → Read More

See Dave Chappelle Speak at the Ben's Chili Bowl Mural Unveiling

Chappelle was one of 16 people chosen to be on the new mural. → Read More

An ESPN Documentary About the 1987 Redskins Replacement Players Is the Ultimate Underdog Story You've Never Heard

You can see it at this year's AFI Docs film festival. → Read More

Crystal City’s TechShop Is a “Village of Nerds” You’ll Want to Join

The makerspace has anything you'd ever need to build something cool. → Read More

This DC Artist Projected the Emoluments Clause onto the Trump Hotel

Around 9 p.m. on Monday, Robin Bell and a couple of his friends pulled up in front of the Trump Hotel in a van. They set up a projector and beamed the enti → Read More

The Smithsonian’s African American History Museum Is Opening a Special Photography Exhibit

"More Than a Picture" features images from the 19th century to the present day. → Read More

Here's a Peek at "Hive," the National Building Museum's Next Big Summer Installation

Remember The Beach? ICEBERGS? Get ready for this summer's immersive exhibit. → Read More

14 Films You Should See at This Year's Filmfest DC

With more than 80 international and domestic films screening at the 31st annual Filmfest DC, which runs April 20 to 30, you're going to need some help deci → Read More

Arena Stage Got 40 Local Doctors and Professors to Help Shape Its New Play About Race

Neuroscientists, psychologists, and professors were all involved in making "Smart People." → Read More

Trump's Move to Defund the NEA Would Deeply Impact DC’s Artists and Cultural Organizations

Eliminating federal arts funding will have trickle-down effects that hurt local artists and the local economy. → Read More

Dolcezza Is Giving Away Free Gelato for Yayoi Kusama's Birthday Tomorrow

The gelato chain has created an "Infinity" flavor for "Infinity Mirrors." Wear your polka dots and get a free scoop. → Read More

You Can Now Explore the Strange and Wonderful World Behind the Scenes at the Natural History Museum

Some of the museum's oddest treasures are usually reserved for research scientists. But you can see them in a new exhibition. → Read More

Everything You Need to Know About the Kusama Exhibit Before Monday’s Ticket Release

How to get tickets and what to expect once you do. → Read More

Which D.C. United Supporter Group Should You Join?

La Barra Brava, District Ultras, and the Screaming Eagles each have their own personality. → Read More

How to Be a DC United Fan

Their new season starts March 4. → Read More

Listen to People Describe Their Amazing Experiences Seeing Yayoi Kusama's "Infinity Mirrors"

"It made me feel like I was staring into the middle of a Funfetti cake." → Read More