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Friday, March 5, 2021

Movies This Month: Both High Crimes and High Art

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House A movie about Washington’s most abiding secret—the identity of Watergate’s “Deep Throat”—arrives in Peter Landesman’s...

A Divinely Petulant God Descends

Signature Theatre plows new ground in “An Act of God,” unearthing the concept of an unforgiving, disinterested, or even completely absent deity through the...

See Mary Battiata and Little Pink For Free

Some artists start out singing country songs and migrate toward more mainstream music. Mary Battiata, an Arlington-based singer and songwriter, has grown the other...

Pottery on the Hill 2017

Now a mainstay of Hill Center’s arts programming, Pottery on the Hill exhibits work from some of the nation’s most prestigious ceramic artists. It...

Movies: A Second Look

Again, this September’s column considers movies “That Got Away,” worthy films of the past year (2016) that were little publicized or seen when first...

Capital Candy Jar Opens Storefront in Northeast

The new Capital Candy Jar Shop (201 15th St. NE) is a joyful place. The store's owner, David Burton, stands in his new storefront, describing...

The Literary Hill – September 2017

A Pioneer Everywoman During the trek, she cared for the children, did the cooking and laundry, pitched the tents, and yoked the oxen that pulled...

The Soulful Side of Bluegrass

The Steeldrivers is a Nashville-based band with a traditional bluegrass lineup up of players who have performed with major country acts. They’re all virtuosos,...

Going Places with ‘Small Planes’

The Seventh Child In August, Ryan and Jill Jensen, owners of Peregrine Espresso, celebrated the ninth birthday of what the company’s website calls their “first...

Dining Notes – September 2017

Where did the summer go? We finally dined at Sospeso, the Mediterranean charmer that arrived last winter in the Atlas District. Situated across the...
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