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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

The Poetic Hill

Originally from Germany, Eva Schiffer has lived on the Hill for more than a decade. She says she moved here from West Africa for...

Shop MADE IN DC

Did you like the August cover of the Hill Rag? The artist, Courtney Applequist is a painter living and working in the DC area. She...

Latin Market La Cosecha Opens September with Block Party

A contemporary Latin market is about to open in the Union Market District! La Cosecha (1270 4th Street NE) will celebrate its opening with...

Kings of Spade Rock Out in DC

Honolulu natives, Kings of Spade deliver a unique mix of rock, soul and blues at Tropicalia Lounge on Oct. 20. This high energy band...

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...

At The Movies

Leave No Trace Eight years ago, writer/director Debra Granik gained recognition with her first feature “Winter’s Bone” (2010), which was set among the marginalized folks...

Drink and Learn at Monthly Cocktological Evenings

Did you know that gin became popularized in England because the country and France were fighting? Or that, in its early days, crude gin...

Art and the City

Artist Profile: Barbara Pliskin It comes to you slowly. What appears to be an abstract painting could be a group of people—“a gathering.” In her...

At The Movies

By the Grace of God Regular moviegoers will remember the Oscar-winning “Spotlight” (2015), a superb chronicle of investigative journalism revealing a heinous history of sexual...

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...
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