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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Enjoy An Array of Chamber Music Saturday

At 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 6,  at St. Mark's Episcopal Church (301 A St. SE), join musicians of Capital City Symphony for the first...

Saturday Family Concert: Those Wonderful Winds

At 11:30 a.m. this Saturday, April 6,  at St. Mark's Episcopal Church (301 A St. SE), bring your family to meet an ensemble of...

Celebrate the Bard’s Birthday at the Folger

The Folger Shakespeare Library (201 East Capitol St. SE) will host its annual open house and Shakespeare birthday celebration on Sunday, April 14 beginning...

RAMMY Nominee List Studded With Hill Restaurants

Congrats and best wishes to Capitol Hill (and nearby) restaurants nominated for the 2019 RAMMY Awards, presented by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington...

The Jacob Jolliff Band: Bluegrass At Its Best

How many virtuoso bluegrass musicians can fit into a single touring band? For The Jacob Joliff Band, the answer is quite a few. The band...

The Jazz Project

Avec Le Temps •••• Giovanni Guidi, piano Thomas Morgan, double bass, João Lobo, drums, Francesco Bearzatti, tenor saxophone, and Roberto Cecchetto, guitar. The phrase “rest in peace”...

The Poetic Hill

Local poet Sandra Beasley is the author of three poetry collections—“Count the Waves,” “I Was the Jukebox,” and “Theories of Falling”—as well as a...

The Literary Hill

Underground Heroes “How much longer shall these outrages upon human nature be permitted under the very shadow of the Capitol?” This impassioned plea was written...

Amarone: A Look at Italy’s Most Dynamic Wine

When you think of the most prestigious Italian wines, you think of the three B’s: Barolo, Barbaresco, and Brunello di Montalcino. What you don’t...

Art and the City

Tranquility. A summer daydream. A look at the way things should be. An invitation to relax and smile. The paintings of Alden Schofield are...