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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Dining Notes

From Cuban to Soul At long last, someone is moving into the Barracks Row space vacated last December by the Cuban-themed Banana Café. District Soul...

Ford’s Theatre Society Ticket Giveaway

Ford’s Theatre Society continues the popular Free First Preview initiative. Free tickets are given away to the first preview performance of all Ford’s Theatre...

The Jazz Project

Sebastiana ••• Ricardo Bacelar, pianist Jazz pianist Ricardo Bacelar’s new release focuses on the roots of Brazilian music with its sprawling list of reinterpretations and originals...

Art and the City

Jane Mann wants to make a point. Maybe it’s something that’s not obvious at first—it could the idea behind her intriguing compositions and intense...

Dining Notes

Pizza and More at District Wharf Pizza and Italian street food highlight the menu at Lupo Marino, a District Wharf recent arrival. The newcomer is...

Art and the City – November 2017

“Gregory Ferrand gives you life as you know it: raw, powerful and up close. His paintings are about people as we see them, not...

DC’s Homegrown Festival Makes Good

From MerleFest in North Carolina to Grey Fox in the Catskills, bluegrass festivals give fans a chance to catch rising stars and celebrated headliners,...

The Poetic Hill

Award-winning DC poet Sandra Beasley is author of three poetry collections: “Count the Waves,” “I Was the Jukebox” (winner of the Barnard Women Poets...

What to Drink Now: White Burgundy for the Transition to Fall

It’s that dreamy time of year again. The leaves are turning red and yellow, the air is crisp, it’s football season, and an array...

Capital City Symphony Performs ‘Trouble In Tahiti’ Sunday

Capital City Symphony opens its 51st season Sunday with an all-Bernstein program in honor of the Leonard Bernstein Centennial.  This special vocal program includes the...