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Thursday, April 9, 2020

Call for Graffiti and Aerosol Mural Artists

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH), in partnership with the DC Department of Public Works (DPW), seeks graffiti and aerosol mural...

Book a Socially-Distanced Sidewalk Concert

CapitalBop has launched the CB Sidewalk Sessions — a series of distancing-appropriate pop-up concerts around D.C. You, or a group of your neighbors, can support a...

During COVID DC Restaurants Move to Delivery And Carryout

Washington DC restaurants are closed for dining-in during the Covid-19 crisis. Fortunately, many places are providing carryout and/or delivery service. Be sure to call...

Capitol Hill Jazz Jam Moves Online

The Hill is home to many amazing musicians. However, with the closure or restaurants and bars in an effort to contain the coronavirus, there...

Arena Stage’s Civil Dialogue Goes Online

Through the outbreak and the social distancing, Arena Stage (1101 Sixth St. SW) is finding more ways for us to connect, even from divergent...

Art in the City

Artist Profile: Jim Haller Emotions that bind. Emotions that tie you in knots or chain you to someone else. Emotions that rage through pain and...

Classical Music Highlights for March

Crocuses are peeking out in Capitol Hill yards and spring is around the corner. Get out of the house and explore the richness of...

The Jazz Project

Escape ••• Adam Hawley, guitar This is Adam Hawley’s third album, which he produced and wrote eight of the album’s ten tunes, showcasing his collaborations with...

A Love Affair with Pizza

I love pizza. Truly, truly love pizza. I have not, however, always loved Washington, DC pizza. When I moved to town 17 years ago...

The Poetic Hill

Michael H. Levin is the author of the poetry collections “Man Overboard” (Finishing Line Press, 2018) and “Watered Colors” (Poetica Publishing, 2014). His work...
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