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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Two Victories: A Boston Survivor Finds a Life and a Queen...

‘Stronger’ Early this year, Hollywood released “Patriot’s Day,” a superb investigative procedural about the Boston Marathon bombing. The focus of the film was the engrossing...

Making I Contact

P.S. Perkins is a DC author, poet, performing artist, theatrical consultant and entrepreneur who is, she says, “passionate about WORD POWER.” She serves as a...

Capital City Symphony Performs ‘Trouble In Tahiti’ Sunday

Capital City Symphony opens its 51st season Sunday with an all-Bernstein program in honor of the Leonard Bernstein Centennial.  This special vocal program includes the...

DC Shorts Film Festival Calls the Hill Home for Closing Weekend

The 2017 DC Shorts Film Festival will call the Hill home for their closing weekend, Friday September 15th through Sunday September 17th. Competitions, panels...

Kaleo Goes Way Down At The Anthem

The Icelandic bards, Kaleo, arrive for a one night stand at The Anthem on Oct. 14. The group is touring in support of their...

Join Local Monthly Wine Club

You’ve probably seen ads on social media for monthly wine subscriptions. A carton of handpicked-wine bottles delivered to your door may seem a tempting...

Art and the City

Michael Ford goes by feel. He’s a “Zen photographer.” It’s about trying to find “the zone—not thinking about what you’re doing…just doing.” It’s the...

The Poetic Hill

Jona Colson’s debut poetry collection, “Said Through Glass,” was published this fall and won the Jean Feldman Poetry Prize from the Washington Writers’ Publishing...

Adventures of Young Jane Goodall

Before she was a renowned humanitarian, conservationist, and animal activist, Dr. Jane Goodall was a little girl with a very special toy chimpanzee named...

How to Catch a Leprechaun

Based on the familiar Irish folktale, “How to Catch a Leprechaun” follows the comical adventures of the wistful minstrel Riley O’Really, who really wants...
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