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Friday, April 23, 2021

Two Political Animals: Election Contention and A Political Paradigm

Written in a politically-conscious town, this column searches regularly for movies covering political campaigns, a common theme for film dramas because they feature a...

MidCity Outdoor Dining Options

Gradually our beloved Mid-City is coming back to life. Local restaurants and bars with patios, rooftops, and gardens have reopened for wining and dining....

Virtual Friday Night Concerts

The Capitol Riverfront BID takes its popular Friday Night Concert Series to the virtual stage this summer on Friday nights in June. Produced by DC...

Ward 6 RAMMY Finalists

At last, some good news. Numerous restaurants in our Hill Rag and Mid-City neighborhoods have been nominated for the 2020 RAMMY Awards. Sponsored by...

Atlas Brew Works

Justin Cox, the founder and CEO of Atlas Brew Works, really likes beer.  A native of Kingsport, Tennessee, he became a self-professed “beer nerd”...

MidCity Restaurants Offering Take Out & Delivery

At the end of a long day of tele-working, maybe home-schooling, refereeing kids and/or pets and trying to clean up the mess, the last...

Depeche Art

Foundry Gallery Foundry Gallery, DC’s oldest artist-run space, placed a call for artists to participate in a group exhibition on view this month. The group...

Taste of Tennis Serves Up Great Food, Big Stars

Tennis all-star Sloane Stephens, currently ranked in the top ten by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) joined Grant onstage for a cooking demonstration. “I love food,...

Have a Ball at Citi Open Taste of Tennis Monday

Foodies and tennis fans are invited to an evening of incredible cuisine prepared by top local chefs and “served” by some of the top...

Insatiable

Our NoMA neighborhood continues to embrace the exotic cuisine of Asia. A notable newcomer is Laos In Town, which debuted last month at 250...