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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Crossing Borders Through Books

Migrants on the Move Hill artist Rashin Kheiriyeh teams with award-winning children’s author Kyo Maclear in “Story Boat,” a new picture book about families forced...

Bowser Speaks on July 4th Gun Violence

In her Monday, July 6 situational update, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) addressed the shooting of 11-year-old Davon McNeal, who was killed July 4 outside...

Adult Group Ukulele and Guitar Classes

Music on the Hill is offering Zoom Adult Group Classes on Mondays in Ukulele 7 p.m., and Guitar, 8 p.m. These classes are designed...

Dining Out During Phase Two

Luncheon of the Boating Party?  The beautiful people in Pierre-Auguste Renior’s Impressionist 1881 painting were definitely NOT social distancing as they relaxed beside the...

Encore Creativity for Older Adults Summer Choral Program

The Encore University Summer School is a six-week semester of over 20 unique offerings of singing, music courses and vocal instruction led by noted...

Virtual Offerings: The Folger Shakespeare Library

The Folger Shakespeare Library is providing a slate of free virtual offerings, from an interactive Hamlet quiz to a discussion series on race’s role...

With Live Music on Hold, Musicians & Venues Struggle

For jazz musician Aaron Myers, life and livelihood depend upon togetherness. Myers performs for crowds at Mr. Henry's as the restaurant’s resident artist. He...

Scribblers and Scandals: Journalism in the Movies

With movie houses still closed, the Hill Rag offers another selection of recent movies to watch while warming the couch. This month’s theme is...

THE LITERARY HILL

Presidential Powers “What steps would you take to prevent the American dream from becoming the American nightmare?” That’s the question Richard S. Sloan poses...

Artist Profile: James Klumpner  

His titles are numbers, not names. The paintings are the artist’s personal thoughts, visually presented—no definitions or declarations. They’re simply a launch pad for...
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