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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Silver Charm Shines at Silver Diner

The venerable Silver Diner chain, which boasts 19 suburban locations, has landed in the Navy Yard. You’ll find the hip, two-level newcomer at 1250...

Jim Magner Says Farewell to Art and The City

This is my final column for the Hill Rag. In these 20+ years, I have profiled over 240 artists and covered hundreds of gallery...

Harvest Tide to Open “Hyde” Speakeasy in Former Harold Black Space

Coastline Restaurant Group, the company behind Harvest Tide (212 Seventh St. SE) have announced the name of the speakeasy set to open upstairs from...

Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

It's soon time to bid farewell to 2021, that mixed bag of a year that brought us both a vaccine and brand-new iterations of...

The Poetic Hill: Pivot

Sandra J. Lee is a native Washingtonian. She has an adult daughter and works in the childcare field. Her poem below puts an eloquent...

Trying to Become the Florida Man

Bob Levine was “the perfect embodiment of a PR man.” The life he and his wife Lucy built in the New Jersey suburbs seemed...

Rubell Museum DC Opens, Changing How Contemporary Art is Viewed in...

If you’ve been really, really good in a past life, will you come back as something even better in the next?  That is the...

Forty Layers of Lasagna at L’Ardente

Forty layers of lasagna? Yes, I counted them, or—I started to count them when Peter and I were dining at L’Ardente (200 Mass. Ave....

The Jazz Project

Out of the Shadows & Into The Spotlight ••• Tim Gordon, saxophone; David Shoff, keyboards Lovers of contemporary smooth jazz will enjoy these new performances from two...

Winterfest at Wundergarten Starts Friday

Wunder Garten (1101 First St. NE) will host its 5th annual WINTERFEST holiday pop up festival from Friday, Dec. 3 through Thursday, Dec. 23....