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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Period Pieces Relevant for Our Times

The Front Runner More than 30 years ago, the Democratic Party had a show horse, a 41-year-old senator, both serious and studly, to challenge the...

Dining Notes

Restaurants just keep coming. Among Union Market’s newest neighbors is St. Anselm. Sprawled on the corner near Trader Joe’s, the two-level space was once...

A Happy Roots Rock Holiday

The December roots music schedule around Capitol Hill is lighter than usual, as artists take time off for the holidays and venues host private...

Anything Goes: It Really Is De-Lovely

It’s 1934, but it could easily be today. On the SS America bound from New York to London, most of the passengers are driven...

From Our Family to Yours: The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide

From luxury bottles to quirky or classic wines, and even affordable stocking stuffers, the Schneider’s holiday gift guide has something for everyone’s tastes.  We...

Ty Segall’s Quiet Acoustic Show is Anything But

Seeing the folding chairs filling the floor of the 9:30 Club, I knew garage-rocker, Ty Segall’s gig was going to be different. The current...

The Poetic Hill

Michael H. Levin is a lawyer, solar energy developer and writer based in DC.  His work has appeared in more than 50 periodicals or...

The Literary Hill

Roped into Spying Rex Armstrong is just your typical government drone. He’s got a condo he can barely afford and “an ex-wife causing me...

Art and the City

It’s a moving visual narrative— a story with no particular beginning and no real end. These are vignettes, snippets of reality—just moments in the...

Barracks Row Restaurants Offer Specials to Military, Veterans

Marine Barracks Washington, known as "8th and I" because of it's location at the corner of those two streets, was established in 1801. It...