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Monday, December 10, 2018

DC Film Alliance Actor’s Day

On Sept. 16, 1 to 5 p.m., join the DC Film Alliance for a day of seminars on how to break into and maintain...

DC Gets a Greensky

What is a poor music lover to do? This weekend there are simply too many choices. Luckily, Dear Readers, you have two sleuths, who...

Dining Notes

Seafood on the Wharf On a frigid Friday night, Peter and I joined another couple for dinner at Del Mar. Located at the Wharf, this stunning seafood...

The Jazz Project – October 2017

To Know Love •••• Maria Schafer, vocalist With her lush, sensuous, and enchanting voice, jazz vocalist Maria Schafer has given us a modern-day jazz album on...

The Poetic Hill

Chris Haley has written two award-winning scripts: “The Studio,” which focused on the plight of the homeless, and “The Reconciliation Walk for Slavery and...

The ’59 Sound Returns to DC

Sitting behind the piano at stage-front of the 9:30 Club, Brian Fallon teases the crowd with a few strains of “The ‘59 Sound,” The...

Front Country’s Brings Californian Bluegrass to Pearl Street

“A sound that lies somewhere between indie folk and Americana—a genre some might call “Roots Pop….” is how Front Country describes their unique take...

Art and the City – October 2017

Spontaneity. It’s all about action and reaction. Tory Cowles turns visual ideas loose on the canvas. She lets her hand and eye reach back...

A Distinctive Voice Takes a New Direction

Iris DeMent’s 1992 debut album Infamous Angel immediately established her as a distinctive voice in roots music and a gifted songwriter, and it still...

Art and the City – December 2017

There are a multitude of realities in any one place—it’s not just about how it looks. Scott Warren knows that. As a photographer, he...