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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

Thank You, John Conyers Among our annual best New Year’s wishes to our jazz masters like Jimmy Cobb, Nasar Abadey, Fred Foss, Wayne Wilentz, Michael...

Sound Health

This new series of free workshops designed for families with children under the age of 8 explores the power of the arts to promote...

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...

A Divinely Petulant God Descends

Signature Theatre plows new ground in “An Act of God,” unearthing the concept of an unforgiving, disinterested, or even completely absent deity through the...

Jazz Avenues – November 2017

New Sharon Clark CD Celebrates Ella Our own gifted songstress Sharon Clark has released a new CD that celebrates Ella Fitzgerald and pairs Clark with...

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...

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...

Pottery on the Hill 2017

Now a mainstay of Hill Center’s arts programming, Pottery on the Hill exhibits work from some of the nation’s most prestigious ceramic artists. It...