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Art and the City – October 2017

Spontaneity. It’s all about action and reaction. Tory Cowles turns visual ideas loose on the canvas. She lets her hand and eye reach back...

Two Victories: A Boston Survivor Finds a Life and a Queen...

‘Stronger’ Early this year, Hollywood released “Patriot’s Day,” a superb investigative procedural about the Boston Marathon bombing. The focus of the film was the engrossing...

Capitol Roots – October 2017

Miss Tess The musician who goes by the name Miss Tess grew up in a musical family in Montgomery County. Her parents were musicians who...

Broadway Beckons to Theater Lovers

There are two reasons the Hill is a great place for a theater lover. One is the quality of the incredibly vibrant theater community...

Jazz Avenues – October 2017

Celebrating Art Blakey (Birthday Oct. 11) “At the Kilimanjaro the tour de force was Blanchard's tune ‘Oh by the Way,’ the four horns opening...

Eastside Arts – October 2017

East of the River Book Festival On Saturday, Oct. 14, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Rocketship Rise Academy will host the second annual...

The Jazz Project

To Know Love •••• Maria Schafer, vocalist With her lush, sensuous, and enchanting voice, jazz vocalist Maria Schafer has given us a modern-day jazz album on...

Theatre Round Up

Every September we Washingtonians are spoiled by theater, as dozens of local companies roll out award-winning plays with stellar directors at the helm. Yet...

Jazz Avenues – September 2017

‘Live! at Montpelier’ Promises High Energy, Diverse Jazz The lush, forested hideaway of the Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel, Md., might be your best getaway...

Eastside Arts

Performing Art Word Becomes Flesh By Marc Bamuthi Joseph featuring additional dramaturgical compositions by Khalil Anthony and Dahlak Brathwaite. Directed by Psalmayene 24 Theater Company: Theater Alliance...