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“The Quotidian is a San Francisco phenomenon; they are a ongoing online”
“The title, McMillen explains, "... is both metaphoric and a bit literal," as the installation includes a looped screening of his new short film "Quotidian Man" which projected onto the billboard of the "Hotel New Empire," a kind of tilting film set raised on a catafalque of stilts over a tray of water.”
“High off that bit of good news and a little too much Starbucks I grab a cab to met one of our advisory board members for breakfast at the Pain Quotidian on 5th Avenue and 8th Street.”
“Yesterday I went running and picked up a baguette from Pain Quotidian on the way home, hoping to have it for breakfast with butter and jam.”
“And Niv sent an email suggesting I check out Quotidian Dissent, which "tracks the people and groups that take the time to protest here in Washington, D.C.”
“A LOVELY SUNDAY FOR CREVE COEUR," the Quotidian Theatre presents a rarely performed Tennessee Williams comedy. 8 p.m. Friday; 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday.”
“Quotidian Theatre, which performs at the Writer's Center in Bethesda, will present a three-play season in 2010-11.”
“Foote's "The Carpetbagger's Children" (Jan. 21-Feb. 13, 2011), which ran off-Broadway in 2002 (Quotidian Theatre Company in Bethesda did it in 2007), is a monologue-rich memory play in which three adult sisters recall their family history.”
“The wife of the famous Ponzi-schemer was spotted at Midtown's Le Pain Quotidian with a new red 'do, and she didn't have too much to say about it -- or about anything else, for that matter.”
“Quotidian treats for most small children, such as shop-bought sweets and biscuits, were "absolutely forbidden" and father and daughter would sit down to lunch each day, with cooking the only subject of discussion.”
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