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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

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...

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...

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...

Second Look: An Annual Survey of Overlooked Films

With this column (usually appearing in September but this year delayed a month), I again nominate several “Movies That Got Away,” feature films (from...

Decorate Your Yard for Literary Pumpkin Walk

COVID has stopped Hill neighbors from gathering around kitchen tables for the annual Literary Feast, Instead, organizers are planning an outdoor event to celebrate...

Art at “Paper Routes” A Statement on Current Events

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (1250 New York Ave NW) unveiled “Paper Routes - Women to Watch” on Thursday, Oct. 8....

Capitol Cuisine: Nostalgia Prevails at Jimmy T’s

I thought I was back in Chattanooga in the 1950s. Jimmy T’s Place evokes fond memories of my Tennessee boyhood. With its pressed-tin ceiling,...

“Let Kids Vote” Podcast: Election Politics Without Yelling

When Fina Mendoza moved from California to Capitol Hill with her Congressman father, she wasn’t sure she’d fit in here. Everybody was so preoccupied—or...
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