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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

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...

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...

Join Local Monthly Wine Club

You’ve probably seen ads on social media for monthly wine subscriptions. A carton of handpicked-wine bottles delivered to your door may seem a tempting...

Midori And Thibaudet Celebrate Beethoven

This year is the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig Van Beethoven. And, there was no better way of commencing a celebration of...

Folger Renaissance Concert at National Cathedral

Folger Consort, the early music ensemble in residence at the Folger Shakespeare Library, performs two concerts of Palestrina’s Perfect Art, February 7 and February...

Dropping the Needle: The Resurgence of Vinyl

The needle drop on a vinyl record is a classic cinematic shot. Consider The Shawshank Redemption scene where Andy Dufresne plays Mozart from the...

Hit the Perfect Holiday Octave at Hill Center

EightFold, an a cappella singing group comprised of some of the finest singers in the greater DC area, presents a seasonal program centered around...

Glass Stache DC is Not Just Pipes

Something of a renaissance has been quietly going on in the glass art scene for the past several decades, and you can check it...

New Holiday Songs With Capitol Hill Chorale

Celebrate the first concert of Director Frederick A. Binkholder's 20th season with  the Capitol Hill Chorale and the holiday season with a program of...

Capitol Hill Thanksgiving Dining Out Guide

While for many people Thanksgiving is marked by spending all day cooking in the kitchen, others opt for a special meal out. Capitol Hill...
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