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Saturday, November 17, 2018

NMUSN and Cold War Gallery Bring History to Life

Washington is known for its wealth of museums and cultural offerings, providing educational and recreational opportunities to visitors and residents alike. With so many...

Dining Notes – February 2017

!Viva Espana! Wow, what a classy intro! The eagerly awaited Joselito Casa de Comidas arrived early last month at 660 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. We enjoyed...

Art and the City – February 2017

Bruce McNeil photographs the Anacostia River. He is in love with the drifting, mysterious energy that both separates and unifies a city. It flows...

And the Oscar Goes To… Three Foreign Films Contending for the...

This column is being published just after the Academy Awards nominations have been announced, and your reviewer wanted to signal a few foreign films...

Dining Notes – January 2017

Capitol Hill’s eagerly awaited Spanish restaurant, Joselito: Casa de Comidas, is set to open any day at 660 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. Created by Javier...

Butter Me Up

Back in the late 1970s we were warned to eliminate fat intake from milk, eggs, cheese, and butter. Excessive calories and arterial damage were...

Art and the City – January 2017

Air fills the enormous spaces in a dream and you are free to roam – to breathe and think and listen to the soft...

New Exhibitions at Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum Examine Latinx Identity, Culture,...

The Smithsonian’s Anacostia Museum and the Next 50 Years Established in 1967 in historic Anacostia, the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum has begun its transition from...

For Your New Year’s Fare: A Vigorous Drama, A Throwback Musical,...

‘Fences’ August Wilson was one of America’s most prominent playwrights. He produced a cycle of 10 plays, all depicting working-class African-Americans in his home town...