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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Standouts in DC’s Ramen Revolution

When I was 24, I spent two weeks in Kyoto. At the time, I was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines in desperate...

Chuck Hawthorne Shows His American Roots

What if the soul of Townes Van Zandt found expression in the songwriting genius of Guy Clark? What if that expression was delivered, replete...

The Big Lebowski Lives!

With White Russians flowing and costumes adorning, The Pearl Street Warehouse celebrated the 20th anniversary of the cult classic, “The Big Lebowski,” with an...

Ice Cream Comes to The Capital Candy Jar

This weekend is going to be hot. Not so hot that you can’t walk to The Capital Candy Jar (201 15th St NE) from...

Salt Line Patio Open

Spring is in the air, and the days of dining in the open air are about to begin. This Thursday, March 1, The Salt...

Peru Is More Than Machu Picchu

Returning from Peru I was peppered with: “How was Machu Picchu?” I was apologetic in my answer. “I’m sorry, I don’t know. I didn’t...

Cafe Reopen at Port City Java Site

The cafe is open again at the former Port City Java. The 7th Street Hill Cafe (701 North Carolina Ave. SE) opened Thursday, July...

District Soul Food Opens Saturday

District Soul Food will open this Saturday, February 2 at 10:00 a.m. The restaurant, located at the site of the former Banana Cafe (500 Eighth...

Attend First Citi Taste of Tennis DC

The first Citi Taste of Tennis to ever take place in DC happens June 30th of this year at the Hamilton Live (600 14...

Across The DMV Jay Starling Is Seldom Unseen

One thing that DMV bluegrass fans know is that dobroist Jay Starling sure gets around. Over the last few months, Jay has performed three...
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