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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Jazz Avenues

We honor Carl Grubbs, a performer last year at the Anacostia Comunity Museum, as one of our July birthday jazz heroes, along with Johnny...

DC Strings Performs Music With, Not For, the Audience

In a church with yellow walls and stained-glass windows, a red carpet and maybe two dozen audience members scattered on benches, an orchestra plays...

Jazz Avenues

DC Jazz Fest Is Here! The DC Jazz Fest is back with a bang. This year's festival, which started on June 7 and lasts until...

Jazz Avenues

Kristine Key to Perform at Anacostia Arts Center The Second Sundays Jazz series presents “The Kristine Key Quartet Musical Experience” in a free show from...

Jazz Avenues

“This year, JAM celebrates the relationship between jazz and justice by looking beyond the music to the dynamic ways jazz has played a...

Eastside Arts

Exhibition at Congressional Cemetery Examines Dogs as Gatekeepers Renowned South African artist James Delaney created and donated a series of six lithographs, sold in editions...

Junot Díaz, Monsters and Ward 7

Author Junot Díaz, acclaimed for his adult fiction, just released his first picture book, and Capitol View Neighborhood Library, 5001 Central Ave. NE, in...

Statue of Marion Barry Unveiled

On Saturday, March 3, 2018, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities unveiled an eight-foot statue of Marion Barry, Jr. The bronze sculpture,...

See ‘Potted Potter’ at Shakespeare Theatre

Attention all muggles: Potted Potter, the New York and West End smash hit, returns to Washington DC this April. East of the River readers...

Jazz Avenues

Women in Jazz and More East of the River March blows in some musical high winds this year east of the river, thanks to the...