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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Two Lively Documentaries —With Southern Accents

Flannery For a writer now so critically acclaimed, novelist and short story writer Flannery O’Connor (1924-1964) has never been the subject of a major film...

Southwest Coffee Shop Reopens Amid COVID

Marie Stanley and Cathy Stanley say it was their grandfather who inspired the name for Honey’s Desserts, the loafs, cakes and tarts served at...

A Military Rescue, A Moody Character Study and Existential Threat

Desert One Forty years after it happened, the story of one of the most daring military rescue attempts in US history comes to the screen....

The Literary Hill

An Indelible Blot When the next vacancy on the Supreme Court opens up—and fingers crossed it won’t be anytime soon—let’s pray that the confirmation battle...

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...

Shakespeare Bridges Partisan Divide 

Amid growing political tensions leading into the Nov. 3rd General Election, members of Congress, Congressional staffers and journalists put politics aside for a night...

Making I Contact

P.S. Perkins is a DC author, poet, performing artist, theatrical consultant and entrepreneur who is, she says, “passionate about WORD POWER.” She serves as a...

Napoleon the Novelist 

We’re all familiar with Napoleon the military hero and conqueror. But who knew he was also a novelist? Local author Margaret Rodenberg has used his...

Celebrate the RAMMY Nominees and Win

You could win $500 in dining gift cards by celebrating the restaurants chosen as finalists in the annual RAMMY awards, celebrating the exceptional ability...
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