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Monday, April 12, 2021

Quiet Dignity on the Plains, an Irish Romance and a Musical...

Nomadland In recent years, there has been a burst of earnest documentaries telling stories, usually bleak, about the demise of the American working class, our...

Sprightly Newcomer Duck & the Peach Does Day & Night

Last month, The Duck & the Peach opened at 300 Seventh St. SE, across from Eastern Market. The sprightly newcomer is operated by Hollis...

Your Valentine’s Night In

Candles = lit.  Chocolates = bought.  Barry White and/or Sinatra records = playing.  Meal = plated.  Lights = appropriately dimmed.  It’s cliché, but it’s...

Music on the Hill Gives Virtual Lessons

Music on the Hill (801 D St NE) opened in 2013 and functions as a specialty music store that features music lessons for all...

Bistro du Jour Brings Paris to the Wharf

Here’s something to look forward to this summer: Local restaurant group Knead Hospitality + Design plans to unveil Bistro du Jour at 99 District...

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,...

Capitol Cuisine

Another restaurant has flocked to The Roost coop—uh—food hall, 1401 Pennsylvania Ave. SE in the posh Blackbird residences. The newcomer is Leni’s Café. There,...

Two Epics: A Western Turn by Tom Hanks and a Cine-Bio...

News of the World “News of the World” is an American western co-written and directed by Paul Greengrass. It follows a laconic Civil War veteran (Tom Hanks) who decides to return a young...

The Artist Behind The Eastern Market Metro Plaza Sculpture

Hours before he was supposed to present his design in the competition to create the public art for the newly renovated Eastern Market Metro...

Another Restaurant Flocks to The Roost

Another restaurant has flocked to The Roost coop—uh—food hall, 1401 Pennsylvania Ave. SE in the posh Blackbird residences. The newcomer is Leni’s Café. There,...
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