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Sunday, April 18, 2021

The Snowy Day

This beautiful show follows the character of Peter and his friend Archie around the neighborhood in four of Ezra Jack Keats’ beloved tales, “The...

From Pandemic to Protest: A Poem

Tori Collins is a native Chicagoan who lives and works in DC. Currently an unpublished writer, she hopes to self-publish her work in the...

Get Your Nashville On

I recently caught up with the co-owner of Roaming Rooster, Michael “Mike” Habtemariam. Roaming Rooster, famous on Instagram (www.roamingroosterdc.com), has won two awards for...

Jay Coleman: Public Artist

Most of us have seen Jay Coleman’s work around DC probably without even knowing it.  From the bronze casts along DC’s Walk of Fame...

Jazz Avenues

East River Jazz Features Evans, Washburn, Miller East River Jazz, which highlighted our spring and summer with a bright mosaic of musical events, continues this...

Verrocchio: Sculpture and Painter of Renaissance Florence

Verrocchio: Sculpture and Painter of Renaissance Florence Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence is the first-ever monographic exhibition in the United States on Andrea del Verrocchio (c....

Jazz Avenues

Doubletime Jazz Returns to THEARC and WWJF Blooms Again Doubletime Jazz returns to THEARC in Southeast DC with the Baylor Project, and elsewhere the Washington...

Creative Placemaking

Creative placemaking harnesses the power of arts and culture to allow for more genuine public engagement — particularly in low-income neighborhoods, communities of color...

We Are Anacostia!

Can a mural personify the character of a community? In short, the answer is yes, especially when a community works in unison. Newly inaugurated...

The Doll’s House

The scale of this 23-room house at the National Museum of American History is one inch to one foot, accommodating the miniatures that Faith...