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Dining Notes

Irish on the Wharf You can’t get more Irish than a pub founded by a former Guinness employee. With more than nine years of experience,...

Art and the City

It is a statement on vision – what you think you see and what you want to see. Altered realities lift you from the...

Dining Notes – August 2017

It’s August, and according to popular wisdom, Capitol Hill is supposed to be dormant. Not so this year; lots of things are happening, especially...

Paik Produce: An Asian Food Oasis

Walk through Eastern Market’s southeast entrance and you will stumble upon Paik Produce, a South Hall stand that specializes in produce and Asian and...

Musical Innovations

What kind of music did people listen to thousands of years ago? Visit the exhibition Resound: Ancient Bells of China and learn about the...

The Poetic Hill

E. Ethelbert Miller has given a splendid gift to anyone who loves poetry or baseball—or the poetry of baseball. In his new book, “If...

Art and the City

It’s a moving visual narrative— a story with no particular beginning and no real end. These are vignettes, snippets of reality—just moments in the...

Shakespeare Hour LIVE! 

By popular demand, Shakespeare Theatre Company is continuing its online program Shakespeare Hour LIVE! throughout July with episodes devoted to Shakespeare:  Shakespeare & Opera (July 22),...

Capitol Cuisine

It’s been a busy summer in our ‘hood. Near Eastern Market, Pesce Too, a spinoff of Dupont Circle’s venerable fish-centric restaurant, has popped up...

See PHANTASM at Gallery O on H

District photoartist Karen Cohen presents PHANTASM, a visual journey that twists and turns the imagination, at Gallery O on H St. (1354 H St....
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