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Friday, July 3, 2020

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...

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...

Savor the Summer with the Best Wines to Drink Right Now

With social distancing in place, the best way to relish the summer season is to find a wine that can transport you to an...

THE POETIC HILL

Chris Haley has written two award-winning scripts, “The Studio,” which focused on the plight of the homeless, and “The Reconciliation Walk for Slavery and...

Patterson Hood: “Hell Yes, We Were Happy!”

How often do the very qualities of a musician as persona reveal themselves as the actual qualities of the musician as man? My guess...

NRBQ Keeps It Loose and Fresh

The American roots rockers NRBQ released their first record before Scott Ligon was born. He didn’t hear of them until he was 18, but...

How to Spend a Day in Ivy City

Nestled in a deceptively quiet part of the District, the tiny neighborhood of Ivy City has emerged as the unofficial capital of local distilleries,...

During COVID DC Restaurants Move to Delivery And Carryout

Washington DC restaurants are closed for dining-in during the Covid-19 crisis. Fortunately, many places are providing carryout and/or delivery service. Be sure to call...

Capitol Roots: Sarah Shook

Sarah Shook and the Disarmers made their first album on their own and released it themselves. “Sidelong” slowly built an enthusiastic following that caught...

Hype Café Open on Pennsylvania

Hype Café sits at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 12 Street SE, perfectly positioned to catch the morning sun through large east and...
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