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Sunday, July 12, 2020

Gay Men’s Chorus World Premier

Don’t miss the World Premiere of the tenor and bass arrangement of Maurice Durufle’s Requiem performed by the Gay Men’s Chorus with a special...

Irish Brunch on the Wharf

You can’t get more Irish than a pub founded by a former Guinness employee. Irish-born Mark Kirwan unveiled his eponymous Kirwan’s on the District...

Alice Cooper Redux Rocks DC9

I appreciate interpretive performances, especially when they blend art and music. To experience this live, catch Weavings by Janel Leppin on Fri., Feb. 16...

NSO Family Concert

On Feb. 18, 2 and 4 p.m., learn the language of music with a fresh twist as the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) reunites with...

The Poetic Hill

After 44 years of practicing law, James C. Brady decided to return to pursuits about which he was once passionate: painting, sculpting, and writing....

The Literary Hill

Adrift in the Pentagon If you’ve ever wondered what goes on inside that forbidding five-sided fortress across the Potomac, prepare to be illuminated. In “Only...

Art and the City

The people are introspective—lost in a simple moment. Desiree Sterbini takes them back to where they were. It’s the searching through time that people...

NGA President’s Day

Enjoy a series of family programs on Presidents Day celebrating the founding fathers and the presidents who have led this country at the National...

Two Films for the New Year: The American Western Revived and...

Hostiles They used to be standard fare in movie houses: “classic” Westerns, typically featuring laconic heroes, stoic sidekicks, cavalry units, Indian attacks, ladies in distress,...

State of Art4/DC

State of Art/DC: A Conversation is a forum about the visual arts in the DC region. Begun in 2015, State of Art/DC supports new...
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