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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

The Poetic Hill

Geraldine Connolly is the author of several poetry collections, including “Food for the Winter,” “Province of Fire,” and “Hand of the Wind,” as well...

The Literary Hill

Looking for Virginia Dare Twenty years before Jamestown and more than three decades prior to Plymouth, there was the Roanoke Colony. In 1587, a...

Art and the City

It’s a place where your mind goes. It sinks into the idea of the painting and tends to stay…or at least linger awhile. The...

Dining Notes

Tibetan pop-up Dorjee Momo , currently packing in diners at 317 Seventh St. SE near Eastern Market, is getting a permanent roost. You’ll find it this fall at 1300-1302...

Second Look: An Annual Review of Films That Got Away

Once again, my September column takes a look back at films of the past year (2017) that were little noticed when first released. This...

A Distinctive Voice Takes a New Direction

Iris DeMent’s 1992 debut album Infamous Angel immediately established her as a distinctive voice in roots music and a gifted songwriter, and it still...

Root for Pitango at Gelato Festival DC

What's sweeter than a little competition? Over the next three years, 5,000 artisanal gelato chefs from around the world will vie for a chance...

The Joys of Canned Libations!

Many top wineries are taking a cue from beer brewers and choosing canned packaging. In fact, the explosion of canned wines and ciders are...

H Street Life

September means that the kids are back at school and Halloween is right around the corner, but don’t count out summer just yet. One...

Enjoy the Bounty at Oyster Wars at The Salt Line

On Saturday, September 29, The Salt Line and Other Half Brewing Company will host Oyster Wars, an annual event showcasing the talents of some of the...