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Monday, April 12, 2021

Enter Ward 6 Democrats Words Matter Poetry Contest

In celebration of April as National Poetry Month, the Ward 6 Dems are sponsoring Words Matter, a poetry contest open to all residents of...

Poem: Lifetime Pass

Keith David Parsons says he is “a native of West Virginia, USA, living in Washington, DC, and less conflicted about it than you might think.” He...

Art to Bloom Near Eastern Market Plaza Playground

Art will be placed on Eastern Market Metro Plaza (EMMP) Park this month. At their March 9 meeting, Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6B unanimously supported...

Contrasts: End-of-Life Road Trip and Farm Life of a Korean-American Family

Supernova An up-close-and-personal examination of dementia may not be everyone’s idea of a fun movie, but the new film “Supernova,” written and directed by Harry...

Drive-In Movies Open at RFK July 17

A drive-in movie theatre called 'Park Up DC' is coming to RFK, opening to the public starting Friday, July 17 at 7:30 p.m. The...

Vernon Jordan: Make It Plain

A new public broadcasting program spotlights the life of one of the most influential African American figures in the United States and one of...

More Barracks Row Pizza On the Way

At last, someone is moving into a long-vacant Barracks Row space: Extreme Pizza. Look for it sometime in February at 520 Eighth St. SE,...

Finding Solace at Theodore Roosevelt Island

You Say You Want a Revolution? In writing “The Suffragist Playbook: Your Guide to Changing the World,” Lucinda Robb and Rebecca Boggs Roberts have accomplished...

Artist Profile: Kathryn Wiley

Ideas float. They expand. And contract. They take on the appearances of reality and then float away as you try to capture and clearly...

The Poetic Hill: Changing Hearts, Right or Wrong

In something of a departure this month, we’re reaching back in time to highlight a poet featured in Kim Roberts’s new anthology, “By Broad...
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