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The Literary Hill

On Sunday, May 3 we held the first-ever VIRTUAL Literary Hill BookFest! From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., we presented live discussions with your...

Masterworks of Five Centuries

The 43rd season of the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society (SCMS) features masterpieces from the late 16th to the mid-20th Centuries, played on some of the world’s...

Beauty and the Beat

On January 18 to 26, see National Symphony Orchestra’s (NSO) principal second violinist Marissa Regni and principal percussionist Eric Shin in an exciting new program exploring the magic...

The Wine Girl

There are so many reasons to fall in love with Tuscany.  The stunning scenery, rolling hills, olive trees, delicious cuisine, historic art and architecture,...

DC Shorts Free Film Festival

Are you looking for something fun, funny, serious, educational or animated to watch tonight? You have time for a little bit of each! DC Shorts...

“Taking the Stage” at the National Museum of African American History...

Taking the Stage, in the fourth floor Cultural Galleries, is organized thematically, according to genre: Theater, Film and Television. Each section will highlight key events,...

DC Palestinian Festival Call for Entries

The DC Palestinian Film & Arts Festival (DCPFAF) is looking for film entries from Palestinian directors, producers and writers for this October’s festival. Feature films,...

Support Yards Restaurants –Get Their Recipes

Miss dining at your favorite Yards restaurant? Now you can support your beloved neighborhood spot even when you dine at home. The Yards has developed...

City of Stories

On Jan. 18 and Sunday, Jan. 19, noon to 4 p.m., drop in to the Sackler to contribute to the community project City of Stories with...

The Literary Hill

Packing the Courts In a fast-paced opening worthy of a political thriller, veteran journalist Carl Hulse describes the reaction to the sudden death of Supreme...
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