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Sunday, May 29, 2022

Two New Pictures: A French Bagatelle and an Old School Western

“The Rose Maker” Arriving just in time for spring comes a new French crowd-pleaser, all about roses ‒ and the people who love and grow...

The Maiden of All Our Desires

A legendary storm sets the stage for Peter Manseau’s new novel and continues to howl through its pages. “The Maiden of All Our Desires”...

Viva Espana!: Capitol Cuisine

Spanish cuisine is hot now. We’ve recently returned from Spain, where we gawked at grandiose cathedrals, medieval fortresses and amazing food markets while savoring...

Trial By Fire: Memoir of America’s First Openly Gay Firefighter

The first day on any job is always a challenge: unfamiliar environment, new people, different procedures. Imagine if your co-workers were also snarling epithets...

Artist Portrait: Cheryl Foster

Imagination. Cheryl Foster was born with an inherent sense of fantasy. It took her to wonderful places as a child; images danced behind her...

Exhibit A: Behind the Scenes at the Smithsonian

Next time you visit a Smithsonian Museum exhibition, you might want to think about what went on behind the scenes to bring it to...

Running of the Chihuahuas May 15 at The Wharf

UPDATE: Due to rain, the Running of the Chiuahuas has been postponed to Sunday, May 15. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo on the run at The...

Take the CHRS House & Garden Tour May This Weekend

What to get Mom this Mother's day? Time together this weekend! Join the 65th annual Mother's Day House & Garden Tour - Two days of...

Jazz Wednesdays in Canal Park

It's getting warmer outside. That calls for some hot jazz in the great outdoors. Kick off the season with the return of the Wednesday night...

Enter DC Library Haiku Contest

Celebrate National Poetry Month with DC Public Library! Residents ages 6 and up are invited to submit a haiku to the 2022 Haiku Contest....
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