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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Hurray For the Riff Raff Earns Its Accolades

“I just want to prove my worth on the planet Earth and be something,” sang lead Alynda Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff in “Pa’lante”...

What to Drink Now: Wines from Galicia, Spain

When most tourists think of Spain they picture the sprawling Las Ramblas in Barcelona, strolling along the Gran Vía in Madrid, sipping café con...

Dining Notes

As Washington finally emerges from a seemingly endless winter, our neighborhood is buzzing with new arrivals, including a Tibetan pop-up. Ensconced in Bullfrog Bagels’s...

Nap Eyes Dispenses Chilled Out Indie

On April 16, Canadian band Nap Eyes brings their relaxed indie rock to DC9 Nightclub. Hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia the quartet is often...

Art and the City

Jane Mann wants to make a point. Maybe it’s something that’s not obvious at first—it could the idea behind her intriguing compositions and intense...

Two Films from Real Events: One a Hijacking Suspenser; the Other a...

The Death of Stalin British writer/director Armando Iannucci is best known for his caustic HBO comedy series, “Veep.” He also scored with the droll feature...

Shopaholic: Wharf Edition

When you think of The Wharf, you may think of the impressive new music venues, the cavernous Anthem or the intimate music hall Pearl...

Lydia Delivers Their Goodside

Charismatic and congenial, Lydia front man, Leighton Antelman, is a seasoned performer. On tour promoting the release of the group’s seventh studio album, “Liquor,”...

Hill Businesses Open Despite Snow

Despite reduced public transit and all the white stuff in the streets, the hard-working employees of local businesses have managed to make it to...

See ‘Potted Potter’ at Shakespeare Theatre

Attention all muggles: Potted Potter, the New York and West End smash hit, returns to Washington DC this April. Hill Rag readers save 35%...