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Saturday, February 27, 2021

See Capital City Symphony’s That String Thing

Meet a quintet of string-playing members of the symphony orchestra through this engaging, educational and intimate program for young people. Learn about the music they...

Art and the City

His paintings are character studies of tiny slivers of our universe—the vacant lots or the other scraps of human habitat ignored by beings with...

June in Bloom: What to Drink Now, the Top Wines of...

From Albariño to Zweigelt Rosé I’ve got you covered with a dreamy selection of seasonal wines to explore. From old standbys like Sancerre to...

The Jazz Project

So Hot ••• Johnny Brit, trumpeter One of the best tracks from Johnny Brit’s new album is the soulful and jazzy “Highway 10,” with the trumpeter...

Sacred Grounds Cafe Opens

Sacred Grounds Cafe, 222 M St. SW, first opened its doors in December. Since then, the cafe has enjoyed welcoming the community to sip...

The Poetic Hill

Originally from Germany, Eva Schiffer has lived on the Hill for more than a decade. She says she moved here from West Africa for...

Two Films: Brits Behaving Badly and Bits from the American Songbook

The Party Versatile British writer-director Sally Potter has made only eight feature films over 35 years; films that have received radically varied critical assessments.  Her...

Drive-In Movies Open at RFK July 17

A drive-in movie theatre called 'Park Up DC' is coming to RFK, opening to the public starting Friday, July 17 at 7:30 p.m. The...

Museums and Theatre Offer Shutdown Entertainment, Discounts

As the shutdown drags on, the (free!) Smithsonian Museums are still closed. But many other museums and theatres are open for business and some...

Latin Market La Cosecha Opens September with Block Party

A contemporary Latin market is about to open in the Union Market District! La Cosecha (1270 4th Street NE) will celebrate its opening with...
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