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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...

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Rudel Simon is a Haitian-born American who began publishing poems when he was 15. He frequently works in the scriptio continua (“continuous script”) style,...

CHV Gala Goes to the Moon – But Will Stay Grounded

Fifty years ago in July, the world eagerly watched as Neil Armstrong took mankind’s first steps on the moon. The Capitol Hill Village is commemorating...

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See Larry Run Larry Felder has ink in his veins. A veteran journalist for The Washington Record—also known as The Rag (no relation)—he’s 56 and...

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Katherine E. Young is the author of “Day of the Border Guards,” a 2014 Miller Williams Arkansas Poetry Prize finalist, and two chapbooks, Her...

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The War to End All Wars World War I is almost too vast to comprehend. Its causes arose from an arcane web of international liaisons...

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...