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Saturday, May 30, 2020

At Arena Stage, Too Smart for Their Own Good

Racism – or more precisely the perception of race – has weighed heavily on Americans for centuries, with a profound resurgence since the election...

Dining Notes – April 2017

Coming Soon This spring, watch for The Salt Line, at 79 Potomac Ave. SE, a New England-style fish house on the waterfront across from Nationals...

Art and the City – April 2017

Artist Profile: Fierce Sonia The hands … watch the hands. They guide you to the eyes – the compelling gateway to Fierce Sonia’s personal exploration...

Two Slices of British Pie: One Touching and Tasty, a Second...

‘The Sense of an Ending’ Julian Barnes’ “The Sense of an Ending” won the Man Booker Prize as the best English-language novel of 2011. It...

Art and the City – March 2017

They chase the ambiguities of existence in a boundless zone of suggestion – all possibilities and no answers. Each drawing is his personal exploration,...

Two Serious New Features on Race Relations, Plus a Cartoon Figure...

‘A United Kingdom’ A surprise hit of the movie season has been “Hidden Figures,” a modestly budgeted but uplifting picture that tells a 1960s true...

Joselito Casa de Comidas: A New Neighborhood Spot Doesn’t Disappoint

I need to confess something up front: I love tapas. I love Spanish food. I am biased toward the cuisine. I took a trip...

Art and the City – January 2017

Air fills the enormous spaces in a dream and you are free to roam – to breathe and think and listen to the soft...

For Your New Year’s Fare: A Vigorous Drama, A Throwback Musical,...

‘Fences’ August Wilson was one of America’s most prominent playwrights. He produced a cycle of 10 plays, all depicting working-class African-Americans in his home town...
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