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Monday, January 24, 2022

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....

Where’s the Beef?: Capitol Cuisine

If you wondered “where’s the beef,” you’ll find lots of it at Harvest Tide Steakhouse, 212 Seventh St. SE. Across from Eastern Market, the...

Energetic, Entertaining ‘Snowy Nite’ at Anacostia Playhouse

In this semi-post COVID time most people are more than ready to get “back to normal” as soon as possible.  The opportunity to safely...

Roman Pinseria “La Casina” Opens Monday

Angela Costantini is sitting next to her brand-new hearth, a fire crackling within. The interior of the oven in the brand-new La Casina Pinseria...

Thanksgiving at Home With Capitol Cuisine

During our half-century on Capitol Hill, husband Peter and I have developed holiday traditions, including for Thanksgiving. We often host dinner, and don’t have...

First Annual REDEYE Night Market Nov. 6

Inspired by the bustling open-air night markets of East and Southeast Asia, DC is about to host its first annual REDEYE Night Market. The...

Dunkin Donuts Moves Down Eighth Street

The Pennsylvania Ave Dunkin' has moved down the street! On Monday, Sept. 21, employees could be seen moving items down the sidewalk on dollies from...

DC Classical Music Concert Guide 2019-2020

As the weather gets chillier, the days get shorter and the leaves get crunchier, the DC 2019-2020 classical music season opens with an exhilarating...

New and to The Point: Up-and-Coming DC Restaurants

As Washington gradually returns to normal, new restaurants are arriving on Capitol Hill and nearby. In the up-and-coming Buzzard Point neighborhood, Washington seafood maestro...

Congressional Chorus Back to Live With “Nightmare on G Street”

The Congressional Chorus is BACK with live, in-person concerts, starting with A Nightmare on G Street, a Halloween-themed extravaganza premiering Friday, October 29 and...
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