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Sensory Delights at Eastern Market

Eastern Market’s outside arts and food market fills with sights, sounds, smells and tasty foods from around the world on every Saturday and Sunday...

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Jona Colson’s debut poetry collection, “Said Through Glass,” was published this fall and won the Jean Feldman Poetry Prize from the Washington Writers’ Publishing...

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Always in style and just the right size, books make the perfect holiday gift. And if you give a book by a DC author,...

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Michael H. Levin is a lawyer, solar energy developer and writer based in DC.  His work has appeared in more than 50 periodicals or...

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Roped into Spying Rex Armstrong is just your typical government drone. He’s got a condo he can barely afford and “an ex-wife causing me...

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Adam Hamilton Russell’s poem below seemed a fitting choice for this month. Russell has played rugby for the US Rugby Men’s National team, currently...

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Back to the Farm Things once looked dire for family farms in Montgomery Country. A variety of factors over the years contributed to a...

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Geraldine Connolly is the author of several poetry collections, including “Food for the Winter,” “Province of Fire,” and “Hand of the Wind,” as well...

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Looking for Virginia Dare Twenty years before Jamestown and more than three decades prior to Plymouth, there was the Roanoke Colony. In 1587, a...

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Greg Prickman recently joined the staff of the Folger Shakespeare Library as the Director of Collections and Eric Weinmann Librarian. He’d barely had a...