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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

NMUSN and Cold War Gallery Bring History to Life

Washington is known for its wealth of museums and cultural offerings, providing educational and recreational opportunities to visitors and residents alike. With so many...

Jazz Avenues – January 2017

J.J. Johnson, Birthday Hero Not too long ago I reached into a stack of CDs and pulled out trombonist J.J. Johnson’s 1998 Verve release “Heroes,”...

Eastside Arts

New mural at 16th & W Streets SE Titled “Spread Southside Love,” the new mural at the corner of 16th & W Streets SE in...

50 Year Anniversary of the Anacostia Community Museum

For fifty years, the Anacostia Community Museum at 1901 Fort Pl. SE has pushed the boundaries of what “museum” means. Conversations with neighbors have...

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...