Peggy McGlone

DC area arts reporter for the @WashingtonPost - covering (and uncovering) cultural news in the nation's capital. peggy.mcglone@washpost.com

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Smithsonian shrinks this summer’s Folklife Festival from 10 days to two
March, 14 2019
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Want a wild birthday party? You can now rent the entire National Zoo — for $150,000
March, 2 2019
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The Sacklers have donated millions to museums. But their connection to the opioid crisis is threatening that legacy.
February, 13 2019
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A critically acclaimed National Gallery show must come down, so workers are moving the art without pay
January, 14 2019
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Smithsonian names woman to top post at American History Museum
December, 13 2018
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The Smithsonian Castle needs a major renovation, but the popular museums keep getting the cash
December, 5 2018
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus accepts the Twain Prize: ‘Anybody would be lucky to be part of a night like this honoring someone like me’
October, 21 2018
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This new D.C. museum wants you to experience what it’s like to be a police officer
October, 11 2018
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With gift, Peggy Cooper Cafritz ensured her support of artists of African descent would endure
October, 8 2018
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Partial closure of popular Air and Space Museum set for December
October, 3 2018
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African American Museum is requiring weekday passes again, and visitors are confused
October, 1 2018
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Next batch of reservations for Glenstone not available until Oct. 1
September, 14 2018
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Major exhibit on animals in Japanese art coming to National Gallery of Art next spring
September, 12 2018
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Completion of Kennedy Center expansion still more than a year away
May, 8 2018
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Hobby Lobby’s illicit artifacts are returned to their Iraqi homeland
May, 3 2018
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A guy in Minnesota is the museum world’s answer to old technology
April, 20 2018
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Holocaust Museum surpasses fundraising goal, now aims for $1 billion
April, 10 2018
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What happened with ‘Hamilton’: How the blockbuster strained Kennedy Center
April, 10 2018
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Former NASA scientist to lead National Air and Space Museum
April, 5 2018
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Smithsonian leader vows to highlight women — but not with their own museum
April, 1 2018
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No pass needed to African American Museum on four Wednesdays in April
March, 31 2018
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The dedicated, and the patient, score tickets to ‘Hamilton’ at the Kennedy Center
March, 26 2018
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Glenstone announces Louise Bourgeois exhibit
March, 22 2018
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Tickets for ‘Hamilton’ at Kennedy Center go on sale to public March 26
March, 19 2018
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Guards at National Gallery of Art complain of hostile environment
March, 13 2018
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Much anticipated Glenstone expansion to open Oct. 4
March, 12 2018
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‘Hamilton’ presale: All Kennedy Center website users have to wait for it, willing or not
February, 28 2018
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Obama paintings bring huge crowds, excitement to National Portrait Gallery
February, 20 2018
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You can get tickets for ‘Hamilton’ at the Kennedy Center as early as Feb. 28
February, 15 2018
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Trump’s budget eliminates NEA, public TV and other cultural agencies. Again.
February, 12 2018
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‘Pretty sharp,’ says Obama of his presidential portrait
February, 12 2018
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‘A slow-motion disaster’: Journalism museum in talks about possible building sale
February, 8 2018
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Nine airlines donate $28 million to Air and Space Museum for makeover
February, 1 2018
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National Gallery cancels Chuck Close, Thomas Roma shows; artists accused of sexual harassment
January, 25 2018
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DC’s cultural sites stay open — at least for now
January, 22 2018
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Massive Air and Space Museum renovations expected to begin next summer
January, 21 2018
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‘It’s not good design:’ Fine Arts Commission critical of Smithsonian’s plan
January, 18 2018
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Eeeek! (Shhh!) When a mouse upstaged the National Symphony Orchestra
January, 12 2018
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The Kennedy Center cancels its Garrison Keillor event
January, 8 2018
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Smithsonian’s $2 billion plan that includes gutting Haupt Garden criticized
January, 4 2018
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How an artifact from Standing Rock protest made its way to American Indian museum
December, 30 2017
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Children’s museum finds new home in the District
December, 19 2017
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Kennedy Center to celebrate Cuba in two-week festival in May
December, 6 2017
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At the Kennedy Center Honors, plenty of politics make up for Trump’s playing hooky
December, 4 2017
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President Trump has no surrogate in attendance at the Kennedy Center Honors
December, 4 2017
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Smithsonian’s Hip-Hop Anthology exceeds Kickstarter goal
November, 16 2017
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The dinos are coming (in another 18 months)! Natural History Museum returns first fossil to gallery
November, 14 2017
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Art installation on sexual harassment and violence opens at Museum of Women in the Arts
November, 13 2017
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Will money from conservative Christians sway Bible museum’s professed mission?
November, 2 2017
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With groundbreaking, elusive Eisenhower Memorial moves from dream to reality
November, 2 2017
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Peggy McGlone is a writer who has produced content for washingtonpost.com and nj.com
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