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Thursday, November 23, 2017

See Mary Battiata and Little Pink For Free

Some artists start out singing country songs and migrate toward more mainstream music. Mary Battiata, an Arlington-based singer and songwriter, has grown the other...

Liza Colby Brings DC The Good, The Bad and The Dirty...

From New York City something gritty this way comes, as The Liza Colby Sound and The Sweet Things join the forces of rock and...

Pottery on the Hill 2017

Now a mainstay of Hill Center’s arts programming, Pottery on the Hill exhibits work from some of the nation’s most prestigious ceramic artists. It...

Robert Post’s Comedy Theatre for Kids

Hilarious, poignant, and physically dazzling, Robert Post's wholesome one-man variety show fills the stage with bumblers, dreamers and cartoonish heroes of every stripe on...

Art and the City – October 2017

Spontaneity. It’s all about action and reaction. Tory Cowles turns visual ideas loose on the canvas. She lets her hand and eye reach back...

Saturday Mornings at The National Theatre

Visit the National Theatre on select Saturday mornings for free programs that engage and inspire young minds. Saturday programming is best suited for children...

Two Victories: A Boston Survivor Finds a Life and a Queen...

‘Stronger’ Early this year, Hollywood released “Patriot’s Day,” a superb investigative procedural about the Boston Marathon bombing. The focus of the film was the engrossing...

Kaleo Goes Way Down At The Anthem

The Icelandic bards, Kaleo, arrive for a one night stand at The Anthem on Oct. 14. The group is touring in support of their...

Foo Fighters Tear Down The Anthem

The Foo Fighters took the stage last night at the Anthem, a new concert venue at The Wharf, a $2.5 billion renovation of the...

Broadway Beckons to Theater Lovers

There are two reasons the Hill is a great place for a theater lover. One is the quality of the incredibly vibrant theater community...