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The Literary Hill – June 2017

No “I” in Team “In the early years of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts,” writes Chris Fussell, “we were trying to defeat a twenty-first century...

Art and the City – June 2017

Be careful. Don’t look at it for too long or you’ll be a captive of its seemingly innocent charm. Resist its enchantment or you’ll...

Sir Winston: An Intensive Study of the Great Man in Crisis

Churchill As one of the singular personages of the 20th Century, Winston Churchill—especially after his death in 1965—has been appropriately featured in popular entertainment. As...

Dining Notes – June 2017

Korean Spice Is Nice Things are heating up in the Atlas District, and we don’t mean just the weather. A recent arrival is Choong Man...

Passing The Torch Of DC Guitar History

The lineage from rockabilly to punk rock runs straight through Link Wray, a guitarist who lived and played around DC in the late 1950s...

Reviving the Rock Opera

When I became enamored of “Jesus Christ Superstar” almost a half-century ago, rock operas were in their infancy, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist...

The Poetic Hill – May 2017

Join us at the Poets’ Corner at the Literary Hill BookFest on Sunday, May 7, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the North Hall...

The Literary Hill – May 2017

BookFest on May 7! Meet the local literary talent at the Literary Hill BookFest, Sunday, May 7, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the North...

Art and the City

It is a sense you get when you first glance at the painting. You know right away that David Amoroso sees the intricacies as...

Tales of France and New York: French Artists Contend and a...

‘Cezanne and I’ France has much to celebrate for its remaking of European art and culture in the second half of the 19th century, especially...
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