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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

At The Movies

Leave No Trace Eight years ago, writer/director Debra Granik gained recognition with her first feature “Winter’s Bone” (2010), which was set among the marginalized folks...

Attend First Citi Taste of Tennis DC

The first Citi Taste of Tennis to ever take place in DC happens June 30th of this year at the Hamilton Live (600 14...

Savoring Local Flavor at Garrison Restaurant

If you have been lucky enough to eat vegetables straight from the garden, you know there is no comparison between a fresh vegetable and...

Getting into the Swing of Things: Your Guide to All-Star Week

This month we celebrate America’s game: Baseball. The Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Game is coming to Nationals Park Tuesday, July 17th, and it’s...

Dining Notes

Pizza and More at District Wharf Pizza and Italian street food highlight the menu at Lupo Marino, a District Wharf recent arrival. The newcomer is...

Night Riots and Silent Rival Complement

Happy Birthday, Sara Coda! She is the lead singer from Silent Rival, the first of a three-act show at U Street Music Hall on...

Parquet Courts Sharpens Their Edge

Here I am again for a third time waiting with anticipation for the latest tour of the Brooklyn based band Parquet Courts at the...

An Orchid Blooms on Barracks Row

Capitol Hill neighbors and friends braved endless rain on May 16 to welcome Barracks Row’s Orchid. Created by Hill Restaurant Group, the lively LGBTQ...

The Poetic Hill

Award-winning DC poet Sandra Beasley is author of three poetry collections: “Count the Waves,” “I Was the Jukebox” (winner of the Barnard Women Poets...

Art and the City

Anthony Bremer begins to doodle. The pencil unlocks his imagination and he lets it roll. He just goes with it. Ideas appear on the...