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Art and the City – August 2017

Art explodes from Rick Bach like solar flares, seemingly at the speed of light. It started at birth. In Pittsburgh. His father owned an auto...

Kenfe Bellay of Sidamo Ethiopian Coffee and Tea

Kenfe Bellay holds several jobs as co-owner of a streetside staple, a stopover for a posse of regulars seeking caffeinated infusions (i.e., coffee) on...

Going Places with ‘Small Planes’

The Seventh Child In August, Ryan and Jill Jensen, owners of Peregrine Espresso, celebrated the ninth birthday of what the company’s website calls their “first...

The Literary Hill – June 2017

No “I” in Team “In the early years of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts,” writes Chris Fussell, “we were trying to defeat a twenty-first century...

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...

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...

The Poetic Hill – August 2017

Brenda D. Hudson has been writing poetry and songs since she was nine years old, and says that writing has always been a way...

Bright and Lively Spanish Whites

This August, discover the bright white wines from Spain offering diversity, lively freshness, and best of all, value. Every day my customers ask me,...

DC Shorts Film Festival Calls the Hill Home for Closing Weekend

The 2017 DC Shorts Film Festival will call the Hill home for their closing weekend, Friday September 15th through Sunday September 17th. Competitions, panels...

DC’s Homegrown Festival Makes Good

From MerleFest in North Carolina to Grey Fox in the Catskills, bluegrass festivals give fans a chance to catch rising stars and celebrated headliners,...