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Cooking demonstrations, hands-on learning, talks, and stories about the past, present, and future of regional food cultures in America highlight the Food History Festival, Nov. 3 at the National Museum of American History ( ... Before the age of “selfies,” artists painted self-portraits. Opening Nov. 4 at the National Portrait Gallery is the exhibition “Eye to I: Self-Portraits from 1900 to Today,” showcasing how 75 well-known artists viewed themselves ( … Rotating exhibitors offer high-quality crafts and gifts at the Downtown Holiday Market, Nov. 23–Dec. 23 at F and Eighth streets ( — gwen woolf

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