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Sunday, September 25, 2022

A Big Welcome For A Little Store

Capitol Hill is now home to a new independent bookstore that celebrates LGBTQ+ authors and stories. Little District Books (737 Eighth St. SE) opened...

Tap That: Wundergarten’s Oktoberfest Kicks Off Friday

It’s time to tap that! Wundergarten (1101 First St. NE) celebrates Oktoberfest this year starting Friday, Sept. 16. The German beer garden’s largest event of...

Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum Celebrates 55 Years

With over a half a century of community-based programming under its belt, Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum (1901 Fort Place SE) continues to produce vanguard...

Rounding Up Farm Animals on Capitol Hill

Farm animals – pigs, cows, geese – found pleasant pasturage in the parks, streets, empty lots and front yards of Capitol Hill until about...

Celebrate New Fall Exhibitions at Hill Center Wednesday

Join the Hill Center on Wednesday, Sept.14th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for an opening reception celebrating their newest fall solo exhibitions. Tour the...

Jazz Up the Weekend With DC JazzFest

Why not Jazz it up this weekend? The 2022 DC JazzFest is on from August 31-September 4. As the largest and most diverse music festival...

A Match Made in Kiddie-Lit Heaven: Hill Author and Artist Collaborate

A spark was struck at last year’s Literary Hill BookFest when author Christopher Datta and illustrator Christine Vineyard got seated next to each other....

Jazz in Canal Park Kicks Off Sept. 7

Join the Capitol Riverfront BID for the Fall 2022 Jazz in Canal Park Series at the middle block of Canal Park (200 M St. SE)! It happens every...

When Art By Women is Credited to Men

Join National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) Associate Curator Ginny Treanor and docent Carolyn Higgins for a virtual happy hour as they...

Planting, Growing, Harvest, Rest

Is there anything that better captures the character of an area than how its people produce, prepare, and share food? Claudia Kousoulas and Ellen...
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