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Dining Notes – October 2017

Chef Gregorio Martinez Helms Ophelia's Gregorio Martinez has come full circle: In 2008, he honchoed the Barracks Row seafood kitchen at Chesapeake Room. He departed...

How I Became a Pirate

Argh matey! It’s pirate's life for me on the high seas! One day as Jeremy builds a sand castle on the beach, a pirate...

Theatre Round Up

Every September we Washingtonians are spoiled by theater, as dozens of local companies roll out award-winning plays with stellar directors at the helm. Yet...

The Poetic Hill – October 2017

Award-winning writer Chris Haley works in a number of genres. His script for “The Studio,” which focused on the plight of the homeless, earned...

The Literary Hill – October 2017

E Is for Earth “Do you see yonder cloud that’s almost in the shape of a camel?” Hamlet asks Polonius. “’Tis like a camel indeed,”...

Pinocchio at Glen Echo

Half life-size rod puppets, performed in the Italian “Comedia del Arte” style, tell Carlo Collodi’s story of what it means to be “real”. Share...

NSO Spooktacular Concert

On Oct. 28, 2 and 4 PM, creep into the Kennedy Center Concert Hall for costumed classics at this frightfully fun concert featuring ghoulishly...

The Smartest Girl in the World

Studious Leo and his younger sister Lizzy couldn’t be more different. But, the two share dreams of becoming successful and making life easier for...

Night Train 57: A Sensory-Friendly Folk Opera

From Oct. 6 to 8 at the Kennedy Center, enter the freewheeling musical world of Grammy winner Dan Zanes, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Claudia Eliaza...

GALita’s Bilingual “Blancaflor”

In this charming Spanish fairy tale with music and puppets, a prince promises to complete a series of impossible tasks to return to his...