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Sunday, January 29, 2023

Must See Art Exhibitions, January 2023: Art and the City

One of the great joys that comes from living in Washington, DC is being able to access global cultures simply by taking metro versus...

Concert Raises Funds for Afgan Refugee Families

Celebrate good work --and contribute to the effort to help refugee families-- by attending with a fundraising concert Jan. 28. Join Good Neighbors Capitol Hill...

The Jazz Project

Some notable songs for your listening pleasure from various albums from around the world. Guajiro ••• Guajiro, featuring Terri Lyne Carrington, from the album Rumba...

Crafting Personalities

Second grade students at Tyler Elementary School (1001 G St. SE) have created mixed-media representations of themselves on burlap, with paint, simple embroidery and...

Ring In New Year at Sixth Annual Noon Yards Eve

The Yards is closing out the year with the region’s biggest kid-friendly New Year's bash, Noon Yards Eve. It all happens from 10 a.m....

Pentecost and Parker: “Secrets Typed in Blood”

The detective team of Lillian Pentecost and Willowjean “Will” Parker is on the case again—and this time, they’re multitasking. The duo, created by DC...

Two Real-Life Dramas from New York City and Colombia

She Said “She Said” is a drama based on the 2017 New York Times investigation that exposed film producer Harvey Weinstein’s history of abuse...

The Capitol Square Diner

I recently checked out DC Capitol Square Bar & Grill, 1500 East Capitol NE. Ensconced in a former barber shop, the two-month-old Capitol Square...

Flags at Half-Staff

Eric Rozenman came to DC in 1980 as a congressional staffer and worked on or near Capitol Hill for many years. He is now...

December Exhibitions & Holiday Art Markets

As development accelerates on the east bank of the Anacostia River, cultural mainstay Smithsonian’s Anacostia Museum curated an exhibition which amplifies contemporary community voices...