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Monday, July 13, 2020

Theater J Announces Yiddish Theater Lab

Theater J, the nation’s largest and most prominent Jewish theater, has launched Yiddish Theater Lab. This program is dedicated to preserving and reviving the...

Art and the City

Michael Ford goes by feel. He’s a “Zen photographer.” It’s about trying to find “the zone—not thinking about what you’re doing…just doing.” It’s the...

Sound Health

This new series of free workshops designed for families with children under the age of 8 explores the power of the arts to promote...

“It’s Surreal” Family Workshops

Investigate a painting by Joan Miró and experiment with a playful approach to drawing that inspired the artist when he was a young student....

The Poetic Hill

Reading Jonathan Lewis’s new book, “Babel On,” is like spending time in the company of a very observant and literate friend. Spanning the year,...

Complete Dogness at Theatre on the Run

Jane Franklin Dance presents Complete Dogness, a new family-friendly performance about a delightful little doggy (brought home in box) who bursts on the scene....

The Literary Hill

Tell the Story How could such a “ten-cent white man” pull off the murder of a “million-dollar black man?” wondered one of Martin Luther King’s...

Toast-Worthy Sparkling Wines

New Year’s resolutions can be hard to keep. We all strive to make lifestyle changes like getting more exercise and dieting, and even self-care...

Two Steadfast Ladies Shine: One Changing the Newspaper Game and One...

‘The Post’ Steven Spielberg’s last DC-based movie was a triumph: “Lincoln” in 2012. It featured a stirring historical moment, showing, in the battle for the...

Aspiring Writers Circle

Aspiring Writers Circle, on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m., is a place for peer support and networking for new and...
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