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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Mitski: Saved By The Music

Once in an interview with the New York Times, Mitski Miyawaki said, “Not to be cheesy, but I do think music helped me not...

Voyage to Northern Italy: Exploring Nebbiolo Outside of Barolo

Barolo has earned its reputation as the king of Italian wine. With this regal status, comes a hefty price tag. The great wines of...

Dining Notes

At last, the Red Boat has docked. The Baltimore-based Asian fusion eatery opened its first Washington location at 500 H St. NE, where Micho’s...

Art and the City

It is a statement on vision – what you think you see and what you want to see. Altered realities lift you from the...

Taste of 8th Early Bird Pricing Ends Monday

Where better to welcome spring patio weather than Barracks Row, home to 20+ sidewalk cafes — all within easy walking distance of each other! Barracks...

Two Animals Evoked in New Movies: A Hummingbird and a Horse

‘The Hummingbird Project’ Trenchant movies about business are rare. More frequently, movies feature familiar stereotypes of the crass industrialist or the corporate giant. This seems...

Meet the New Director of DC Arts

Terrie Rouse-Rosario has been Executive Director of the Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) since mid-December. The agency, which celebrates its fiftieth anniversary...

Celebrate Shaw’s Gastronomic Treasures at EAT.DRINK.SHAW.

Shaw Main Streets will host its annual soiree to celebrate the neighborhood as a top dinning destination from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on...

Enjoy An Array of Chamber Music Saturday

At 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 6,  at St. Mark's Episcopal Church (301 A St. SE), join musicians of Capital City Symphony for the first...

Saturday Family Concert: Those Wonderful Winds

At 11:30 a.m. this Saturday, April 6,  at St. Mark's Episcopal Church (301 A St. SE), bring your family to meet an ensemble of...