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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...

Business Capacity Increase Among Relaxation of COVID Restrictions

In Monday's situational update, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) announced several modifications to the phase two reopening plan which are slated to be implemented...

Conflict Internal and International

The Father A much-acclaimed drama of 2012, “The Father,” examining the world of dementia, has been lauded in theaters around the world, and has now...

Contrasts: End-of-Life Road Trip and Farm Life of a Korean-American Family

Supernova An up-close-and-personal examination of dementia may not be everyone’s idea of a fun movie, but the new film “Supernova,” written and directed by Harry...

Quiet Dignity on the Plains, an Irish Romance and a Musical...

Nomadland In recent years, there has been a burst of earnest documentaries telling stories, usually bleak, about the demise of the American working class, our...

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....

Culturfied International Children’s Festival 

On Monday, Oct. 14, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, over 30 embassies...
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