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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

The Literary Hill

Of the Farm When Kim Prothro Williams stumbled upon a stone springhouse on the grounds of the Lowell School in Northwest, she sensed it had...

Celebrate Shaw’s Gastronomic Treasures at EAT.DRINK.SHAW.

Shaw Main Streets will host its annual soiree to celebrate the neighborhood as a top dinning destination from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on...

The Literary Hill

Fighting the Good Fight Somebody had to do it. A life as eventful as his all but begs for a book. Happily, Bill Press has...

Occasions Catering Helps Neighborhoods

By now, many of us—myself included--are getting tired of our own cooking. We’ve also visited most of our (excellent) neighborhood carryout options but are...

Don’t Miss Sting

65-year old Sting remains an energizer bunny on stage. He is appearing for three nights at Wolf Trap that Sept. 5 in support of...

Hurray For the Riff Raff Earns Its Accolades

“I just want to prove my worth on the planet Earth and be something,” sang lead Alynda Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff in “Pa’lante”...

Patterson Hood: “Hell Yes, We Were Happy!”

How often do the very qualities of a musician as persona reveal themselves as the actual qualities of the musician as man? My guess...

The Literary Hill

Risky Business Christopher Datta has written some killer fiction. He has also had a long and distinguished diplomatic career. In his new memoir, “Guardians...

A Journey through Guatemala

As 10-year old Pilar travels to Guatemala City in search of her idol Rigoberta Menchú, villagers along the way suggest questions she should ask...

Dining Notes

Anticipating Cinco de Mayo, we recently lunched at Agua 301 in the Navy Yard. Appropriately located at 301 Water St. SE, the “modern Mexican”...
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