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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Gifting Affordable Luxury this Mother’s Day

She helped you with the school science fair, she taught you how to drive, she was the referee and stoic arbitrator when you fought...

DC’s Homegrown Festival Makes Good

From MerleFest in North Carolina to Grey Fox in the Catskills, bluegrass festivals give fans a chance to catch rising stars and celebrated headliners,...

Kenfe Bellay of Sidamo Ethiopian Coffee and Tea

Kenfe Bellay holds several jobs as co-owner of a streetside staple, a stopover for a posse of regulars seeking caffeinated infusions (i.e., coffee) on...

Dining Notes – May 2017

Husband Peter, a barbecue aficionado, was thrilled to learn that Sloppy Mama’s has arrived at Union Market. You’ll find it where Andrew Evans’ barbecue...

At Arena Stage, Too Smart for Their Own Good

Racism – or more precisely the perception of race – has weighed heavily on Americans for centuries, with a profound resurgence since the election...

Dining Notes – April 2017

Coming Soon This spring, watch for The Salt Line, at 79 Potomac Ave. SE, a New England-style fish house on the waterfront across from Nationals...

Art and the City – April 2017

Artist Profile: Fierce Sonia The hands … watch the hands. They guide you to the eyes – the compelling gateway to Fierce Sonia’s personal exploration...

Two Slices of British Pie: One Touching and Tasty, a Second...

‘The Sense of an Ending’ Julian Barnes’ “The Sense of an Ending” won the Man Booker Prize as the best English-language novel of 2011. It...

Art and the City – March 2017

They chase the ambiguities of existence in a boundless zone of suggestion – all possibilities and no answers. Each drawing is his personal exploration,...

Two Serious New Features on Race Relations, Plus a Cartoon Figure...

‘A United Kingdom’ A surprise hit of the movie season has been “Hidden Figures,” a modestly budgeted but uplifting picture that tells a 1960s true...