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Unplugged in the Park May 28

Unplugged in the Park has been rescheduled! It takes place Saturday, May 28, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Potomac Triangle Park (Potomac Avenue...

At the Movies: Two Major Directors’ Latest

“The French Dispatch” From director Wes Anderson comes his 10th feature, “The French Dispatch,” which he has described as “a love letter to journalists set...

Mini Golf: The Best of Edition

“You’re gonna die, clown!” In the movie “Happy Gilmore,” Happy screams this at a huge, shrieking, robotic clown face that has thwarted his attempts...

Two Autumn Films

“Worth” follows the horrific 9/11 attacks, after Congress has appointed renowned mediator Kenneth Feinberg (Michael Keaton) to lead the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund,...

Second Look: An Annual Survey of Overlooked Films

With this annual column, I again nominate several “Movies That Got Away,” feature films (from 2020) less noticed or hyped upon release. This selection...

At The Movies: Art and Soul

The New Bauhaus The German Bauhaus (roughly “building-house) was a touchstone for 20th C. Western art, architecture. and design. It was founded after WWI by...

At The Movies: Films Current and Historic

Storm Lake Here’s a paean to journalism, old style.  It’s also a near obituary for shoe leather journalism as it was practiced, especially in America’s...

Live Jazz is Back at Mr. Henry’s

Mr. Henry's is gonna blow their top this Friday. That's because jazz is back upstairs at the local hotspot -starting this Friday, June 11 with...

Local Chef to Star in New Cooking Show

Local Chef Jonathan Bardzik will open each episode of his new original series Jonathan’s Kitchen: Seasons to Taste, by sharing, “I believe life can...

People on the Brink

East of the Mountains This is a film as character study. An older man at an end-of-life crossroads contemplates his own demise in a world...
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