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Sunday, July 21, 2019

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...

The National Teaches The Joy of Sadness

Tonight The National is ropier, headier and more strung out than usual. Quiet moments become fuller. Guitars slowly build intricate, sustained riffs and crystalline...

Get to Know Riverfront on Guided Tour Thursday, June 27

After a successful ice cream social and summer kick-off with JD Land photographer Jacqueline Dupree, the Capitol Riverfront community BID is doing it again! The...

Get Your Tickets to Capital Fringe

Tickets are on sale now for the Capital Fringe Festival. The 20-day Festival takes place each July in Southwest DC, showcasing performing artists across all...

Craig Finn: Bard of the American Fin de Siècle

I first saw Craig Finn in 2018 while he was on an acoustic solo tour sharing the bill with Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon. Clean-shaven...

The Many Voiced National

The National never set out to be famous. Born and raised in Ohio, the five-piece formed in 1990’s Brooklyn while in their 20’s. Matt Berninger...

A Very Jazzy Weekend

Jazz hits DC’s newest waterfront this weekend. After two weeks of performing in “hoods” all over the city, DC JazzFest arrives at The Wharf...

The Jazz Project

Crickets ••• Phil Madeira, singer, instrumentalist A Nashville mainstay, Phil Madeira, the award-winning Americana singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer indulges his passion for a retro straight-ahead jazz...

The Poetic Hill

Eric Rozenman has long worked on or near Capitol Hill, coming to Washington in 1980 as a congressional staffer and now, semi-retired, as communications...

The Literary Hill

Confronting Demons Fina Mendoza is searching for her lost sweatshirt in the Crypt of the US Capitol when she encounters a ghostly shadow that meows...