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Friday, July 19, 2019

The Literary Hill

Location, Location, Location How did Capitol Hill arise? And who was responsible for establishing our neighborhood? A new book from the U.S. Capitol Historical Society...

9 California Chardonnays from Across the State

This month we’re exploring the Golden State’s most widely planted variety, chardonnay. These beautiful wines come from up and down the state, across several...

The Jazz Project

The Body And Soul Sessions ••• Philippe Saisse, keyboardist Keyboardist Philippe Saisse and Colin Leonard have remastered his old album for the first time on vinyl...

Artist Profile: Guy Kuhn

“You are about to enter into another dimension—a dimension not only of sight and sound, but mind—a journey into a wondrous land of imagination.” Those...

Local Restaurants Win RAMMY Awards

“Food makes everything better,” said Kathy Hollinger, President and CEO of the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW).  Hollinger set the tone for the...

Standouts in DC’s Ramen Revolution

When I was 24, I spent two weeks in Kyoto. At the time, I was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines in desperate...

Summer Movies: Some Tips on Worthy Films Beyond the Blockbusters

“Summer Movies” means predictable fare for predictable audiences, mainly families, adolescents, and young adults with time on their hands to consume entertainment about which...

Capitol Cuisine

Beyond Bagels Our ‘hood is getting more bagels. In the Atlas District, Bullfrog Bagels has expanded into the former Star & Shamrock space, creating Bar...

Registration for Diner en Blanc Opens in July

On Saturday, August 24 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Washington, D.C. will host its sixth annual Le Dîner en Blanc. The yearly extravaganza,...

It’s Complicated: Changing The Conversation

A choir girl stands alone at center stage. The lights fall low upon her face. She begins to sing in the treacly tone of...