- Francis S. Collins was the head of the Human Genome Project when the first phase was completed and President Clinton said, “Today we are learning the language in which God created life.” Collins talks about his book, The Language of God, and efforts to reconcile faith and science. Free at 7PM. [P&P]
- Prufbox at the Warehouse. “A woman rides a cycle of existence and a man hesitates. Whimsy and angst balance in a box where their shadows meet for tea. Do you dare to eat a peach? Have you heard the mermaids singing, each to each?” Part of Capital Fringe. $15 at 5:30PM. [CapFringe]
- Pulitzer Prize winner and Enemies lister Stanley Karnow is the author of Vietnam: A History and won the Pulitzer Prize in History for In Our Image: America’s Empire in the Philippines. He has many awards, is very distinguished, dispels wisdom at the Corcoran. $16 at 7PM. [Corcoran]
May 23, 2013
To-Do: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
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