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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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...

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...

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...

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...

The Poetic Hill – October 2017

Award-winning writer Chris Haley works in a number of genres. His script for “The Studio,” which focused on the plight of the homeless, earned...

The Literary Hill – October 2017

E Is for Earth “Do you see yonder cloud that’s almost in the shape of a camel?” Hamlet asks Polonius. “’Tis like a camel indeed,”...

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...