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Inspiring Docs: True Stories of Terrific Kid’s Competitions

With movie houses still closed at the time of this writing, the Hill Rag offers readers another selection of recent movies to watch while...

How Art Can Heal and Expand Horizons

On a recent Wednesday morning, six students gathered around the table in art teacher Donna Bonavia’s AP Studio Art classroom and talked about how...

Art in the City

Psychological oomph. The intensity of the surprise. The realization of impending disaster—like slipping in the shower. Or, it could be the “Aha! Moment”— a...

At The Movies

Dark Waters For drama, Hollywood often turns to stories “based on” or “inspired by” real events. Some are only tangentially related to the actual...

Art And The City

A fantastic bird-like creature from ancient origins slides through the silky crimson haze. It is grandly feathered with the immortal dreams, visions and traditions...

Alan Braley

Hill Center Galleries celebrates Alan Braley’s 80th birthday this fall with an exhibition of recent work by the Capitol Hill artist.  2019 also marks...

Young Learners Tours at the Women’s Art Museum

Kids rule and art is cool! Young Learner Tours, exclusively for children ages three to six and their guardians, are designed to get little...

See PHANTASM at Gallery O on H

District photoartist Karen Cohen presents PHANTASM, a visual journey that twists and turns the imagination, at Gallery O on H St. (1354 H St....

Frank Iero and The Patience Keep the Great Tracks Coming

Keep the Coffins Coming, the brand new four-song EP from Frank Iero and the Patience, continues the artist’s commitment to making the kind of...
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