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Monday, January 24, 2022

The Literary Hill

Packing the Courts In a fast-paced opening worthy of a political thriller, veteran journalist Carl Hulse describes the reaction to the sudden death of Supreme...

Nap Eyes Dispenses Chilled Out Indie

On April 16, Canadian band Nap Eyes brings their relaxed indie rock to DC9 Nightclub. Hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia the quartet is often...

Dining Notes

Seafood on the Wharf On a frigid Friday night, Peter and I joined another couple for dinner at Del Mar. Located at the Wharf, this stunning seafood...

Ford’s Theatre and Museum Have Reopened

Ford’s Theatre and the Ford’s Theatre Museum (514 Tenth St. NW) have both reopened with advance tickets required. Ford’s Theatre and Museum will operate with...

Suuns Sharpen Their Sound

An audience of faithful followers waited patiently for art house rockers Suuns (pronounced “Soons”) to take the stage on May 24th.  The Montreal quartet’s...

Blue Jacket Releases Limited-Series Cans Friday

Greg Engert, Beer Director and Partner of Neighborhood Restaurant Group (NRG), announced the launch of Bluejacket’s award-winning craft beers in cans will be available...

Free Film Festival: The World of Wong Kar Wai

For the first part of this year’s Made in Hong Kong Film Festival, the Smithsonian National Musuem of Asian Art (the Freer-Sackler Gallery) celebrates...

Two Films from Real Events: One a Hijacking Suspenser; the Other a...

The Death of Stalin British writer/director Armando Iannucci is best known for his caustic HBO comedy series, “Veep.” He also scored with the droll feature...

Night Riots and Silent Rival Complement

Happy Birthday, Sara Coda! She is the lead singer from Silent Rival, the first of a three-act show at U Street Music Hall on...

Don’t Miss Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton

Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton stride the boards of the Pearl Street Warehouse on Nov. 29. Many will recognize the two as founding members...
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