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Friday, January 22, 2021

Eat Local On Turkey Day

“Over the river and through the woods, to Grandmother’s house we go….” Maybe not this year. As our covid-19 pandemic shutdown drags on, folks...

Classic Thanksgiving Wines

This Thanksgiving will certainly be different than in years past. Our tables may have fewer friends and family, but one thing is for sure,...

It’s… Superdog!

Hill publisher Lola and Pear adds another charmer to their line-up of children’s books with the story of a little girl named Gela who...

Artist Profile: Steve Moen

The rhythms of color/are born/ in his haiku. They arise in his/staccato shapes/and clipped colors. They expand into/a landscape/of flowing form. Steve Moen listens to the sound...

Contrasting Cinema: “The Whole World Is Watching”

The Trial of the Chicago 7 “The Trial of the Chicago 7” is the latest film version of one of America’s most bizarre federal trials:...

The Jazz Project November 2020

Playing Forward ••• Alexander Zonjic, flutist The release of Playing Forward is contemporary jazz flutist Alexander Zonjic’s first album in over a decade. Mr. Zonjic is...

A November Book Club for the District

It's time to join a one-time District-wide book club! This November, the Library is hosting DC Reads, an annual program that promotes citywide conversations focused...

Pottery on the Hill Goes Virtual

For the first time in eight years, Pottery on the Hill will not take place at the Hill Center. The annual fall event has showcased...

Artist Profile: Kamilah House Dances With Color

You can feel the color. Hear it. Touch it. Dance with it. Outlines and contours appear and distinguish themselves without separating, remaining a presence...

See “Colors of Quarantine” at Frame of Mine

Tara Hamilton and Karen Zens are members of the Capitol Hill Art League (CHAL) and long-time residents of Capitol Hill.  Barracks Row picture framing...
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