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Buy a Print to Support DC Central Kitchen

Hill-based artist Christine Vineyard is using her work to promote local business and raise money for the DC Central Kitchen (DCCK). Vineyard, who publishes...

The Best Medicine

Need a laugh? Who doesn’t these days? Two new political satires might be just what the pandemic doctor ordered. Christopher Buckley hits it out of...

Bard High School Still Considering Applicants

Bard High School Early College DC (Bard DC), a new school in Ward 7 at 4430 H St. SE, is recruiting its second class of...

Artist Profile: Robin Harris

It’s about food, but it’s not about food. It is really about intensity: The color. The commanding compositions. The demanding scrutiny of the ordinary....

A Love Affair with Pizza

I love pizza. Truly, truly love pizza. I have not, however, always loved Washington, DC pizza. When I moved to town 17 years ago...

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...

From Pandemic to Protest

Tori Collins is a native Chicagoan who lives and works in DC. Currently an unpublished writer, she hopes to self-publish her work in the...

Drive-in to Movies at Capitol Riverfront

The Capitol Riverfront Outdoor Movie Series is back: drive-in style!  The Capitol River BID has lined up a six-week drive-in movie series beginning Friday,...

Shakespeare Bridges Partisan Divide 

Amid growing political tensions leading into the Nov. 3rd General Election, members of Congress, Congressional staffers and journalists put politics aside for a night...

Glass Stache DC is Not Just Pipes

Something of a renaissance has been quietly going on in the glass art scene for the past several decades, and you can check it...
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