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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

The Poetic Hill: Pivot

Sandra J. Lee is a native Washingtonian. She has an adult daughter and works in the childcare field. Her poem below puts an eloquent...

Jazz it Up With HillFest

The Capitol Hill Jazz Foundation (CHJF) is proud to announce the return of HillFest! After a two-year hiatus due to COVID, the annual music festival...

The Good Boss

As a genre, workplace movies have made only a marginal impression over decades of cinema. (by “workplace” I mean factory or manufacturing settings, not...

The Lyon’s Share: Shades of Blue 

Quintin Peterson is always the coolest guy in the room. The hats help. But he’s also got that innate quality where you know he’s...

A Little Love for the Congressional Exxon

These days the little gas station between Union Station and the Supreme Court is mostly known because Wolf Blitzer referenced it in a November...

Artist Portrait: William Schulze

What you see is paint being paint. It settles into warm and cooler tones and together they begin to make shapes. Subtle colors emerge to...

Art All Night Comes to Barracks Row Friday

Art All Night makes its debut on Barracks Row Main Street on Friday, September 23rd, 2022, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.. Art All Night...

The Poetic Hill: Impossibly Free

Tori Collins has long been inspired by the power of words—she cites James Baldwin, Gwendolyn Brooks, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, and E. Ethelbert Miller...

American Pops Orchestra at Eastern Market Metro Plaza Wednesday

The American Pops Orchestra (APO) will perform as part of the "Live, on the Hill" Concerts at Eastern Market Metro Plaza Park tonight, Wednesday,...

Navy Yard Restaurants Hit Home Runs

Although the baseball season is winding down, Navy Yard restaurants and watering holes are thriving. We’ve recently dined at Albi, the Michelin-starred Middle Eastern...