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How to Spend a Day in Ivy City

Nestled in a deceptively quiet part of the District, the tiny neighborhood of Ivy City has emerged as the unofficial capital of local distilleries,...

The Literary Hill

Unhappy in Its Own Way In 1996, Nicole Harkin is called home from college to Montana, where her father lies in a coma. As the...

The Poetic Hill – July 2017  

Michael H. Levin is a lawyer, solar-energy developer and writer based in DC. His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York...

Summer of Riesling: The Racy and Versatile Wine that You Can’t...

The noble Riesling grape is full of complexity, mouth-watering acidity, and lively freshness. It is also the most widely misunderstood wine. Do not be...

Reviving the Rock Opera

When I became enamored of “Jesus Christ Superstar” almost a half-century ago, rock operas were in their infancy, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist...

The Literary Hill – May 2017

BookFest on May 7! Meet the local literary talent at the Literary Hill BookFest, Sunday, May 7, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the North...

Tales of France and New York: French Artists Contend and a...

‘Cezanne and I’ France has much to celebrate for its remaking of European art and culture in the second half of the 19th century, especially...

Dining Notes – June 2017

Korean Spice Is Nice Things are heating up in the Atlas District, and we don’t mean just the weather. A recent arrival is Choong Man...

Dining Notes – May 2017

Husband Peter, a barbecue aficionado, was thrilled to learn that Sloppy Mama’s has arrived at Union Market. You’ll find it where Andrew Evans’ barbecue...

Passing The Torch Of DC Guitar History

The lineage from rockabilly to punk rock runs straight through Link Wray, a guitarist who lived and played around DC in the late 1950s...