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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Art and the City

His paintings are character studies of tiny slivers of our universe—the vacant lots or the other scraps of human habitat ignored by beings with...

Trail of Tears Exhibition Opens

The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian has opened a new exhibition, “Trail of Tears: A Story of Cherokee Removal,” curated by the...

Two Very Different Winners

RBG Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG for short) has experienced a rich and fruitful life. Yet all her contributions, however epoch-making, did not...

Mosaic Season Four

Mosaic Theater Company’s eclectic lineup for the 2018-2019 season offers serious comic release alongside searing indictment. The company sustains its commitment to local writers....

Top Five Wines Under $20: Spring Edition

It’s finally Spring! We’re approaching rosé and grilling season and there are so many outstanding new wines to match the warm weather. These diverse...

Dining Notes

Braving spring’s blustery chill, Peter and I recently visited Mi Vida Restaurante at the District Wharf. The creation of Roberto Santibañez, Mexican-born chef/founder of...

The Caucasian Chalk Circle

“The Caucasian Chalk Circle” by Bertolt Brecht energetically springs from Constellation Theatre Company’s gritty charcoal stage in director Allison Arkell Stockman’s production of this...

The Barber of Seville: A Comic Romp

Opera can be comic. On May 8, the Washington National Opera clowned its way expertly through Gioachino Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville.” From the...

Baths Soar Above the Rest

A raw one woman show kicked off the night with California native Sasami. Relying on a single electric guitar, she created an unexpectedly pleasant...

The Big Lebowski Lives!

With White Russians flowing and costumes adorning, The Pearl Street Warehouse celebrated the 20th anniversary of the cult classic, “The Big Lebowski,” with an...