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Weekend Scene: March 18-20

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Spring weather has finally arrived, but The Scene staff knows there is so much more to sunny weather than quadding season.








Vagina Monologues
Lifestyle

AU’s annual production of “The Vagina Monologues” asks viewers to start talking about vaginas

If your vagina could talk, what would it say? Eve Ensler attempted to answer this question and others in her interviews with over 200 women which inspired her to write her play, “The Vagina Monologues.” First performed in New York City in 1996, the stories still address issues that are relevant to women today such as infidelity, sexual assault, orgasms and pubic hair.


Music

Local black artists to check out

Constant political drama often clouds the music culture hidden within the nation’s capital, but a thriving artistic scene still exists in the District and tells the story of the city’s rich history and colorful inhabitants.






Music

Meet Chaz French

Chaz French, a Washington D.C. lyricist, caught up with The Eagle to talk music, overcoming adversity and passion






 Hosts Sara Winick and Sydney Hsu introduce themselves and talk about their favorite TV shows. This episode includes fun facts, recommendations and personal connections. 


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