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Friday, June 22, 2018

The Anacostia Community Museums Garden Programs

The Museum at the top of the Hill The Anacostia Community Museum (ACM) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. As a part of the...

Jazz Avenues

“Duke , who acquired his sobriquet as a youth for his dignified demeanor and smart dress, took piano lessons at an early age. He...

Eastside Arts – November 2017

New public art project connects Anacostia historic district to river On Friday, Sept. 29, a ribbon-cutting ceremony inaugurated a new public art installation at the...

Dining Notes – October 2017

Chef Gregorio Martinez Helms Ophelia's Gregorio Martinez has come full circle: In 2008, he honchoed the Barracks Row seafood kitchen at Chesapeake Room. He departed...

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,...

What to Drink Now, Top 20 Wines Under $20: The Fall...

It’s that time again! A new season and the chance to explore the best values from across the globe. I love the creating the...

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...

Theater: John Brown’s Raid – You Are There. What Now?

TV viewers who grew up in the 1950s and 60s may remember Walter Cronkite’s series, “You Are There.” These re-enactments of famous historic episodes...

Jazz Avenues

Celebrating DC’s Black History Jazz “Washington was home to two of the founders of Great Black Music, Will Marion Cook and James Reese Europe....

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...