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Monday, March 25, 2019

The Literary Hill

See Larry Run Larry Felder has ink in his veins. A veteran journalist for The Washington Record—also known as The Rag (no relation)—he’s 56 and...

Art and the City

Artist Profile: Barbara Pliskin It comes to you slowly. What appears to be an abstract painting could be a group of people—“a gathering.” In her...

Wines of Power and Finesse

In the past, the wines of hot and sunny Ribera del Duero in north-central Spain have been critiqued as overly-oaked, over-the-top, and over-extracted. Today,...

Dining Notes

A lot has been happening at the District Wharf. Since husband Peter and I are fans of Union Market’s Rappahannock Oyster Bar, we decided...

SOAK Stands Out

“You are now entering the southbound train to Grim Town. Please surrender any faith, passportation, or optimism to platform staff if you haven’t already.” The...

Spring Arts Events

Three World Premiers by the Washington Ballet The Washington Ballet presents Three World Premieres at the Sidney Harman Hall from April 3 to 7. New,...

A Transcendental Documentary

They Shall Not Grow Old Digital technology can do both wonderful and nefarious things, but the new World War I documentary “They Shall Not Grow...

Star and Shamrock to Close Mid-February

The Star and Shamrock (1341 H St. NE) tavern and Deli announced Monday via Twitter that the establishment would close after the weekend of Feb....

The Jazz Project

Swingin’ In Seattle •••• Live at the Penthouse 1966-1967 Cannonball Adderley, alto saxophone Jazz lovers need no formal introduction to saxophonist Julian “Cannonball” Adderley. The man with...

Latin Market Opens June Near Union Market

Contemporary Latin market La Cosecha will open this summer in the Union Market District.  The market at 1270 4th Street NE will host over...