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Sunday, September 19, 2021

Night of the Living Zoo

Oct. 25, 7 to 10:30 PM. Ghouls and goblins will enjoy craft beer, fare from popular DC food trucks, a DJ dance party, a...

Ground Broken on New Studio Acting Conservatory

The 45-year-old Studio Acting Conservatory has broken ground on its new building. The 6,000 square foot building on Holmead Place, NW, a former church,...

Imperfect Produce

Food waste. It’s one of the environmental issues de jour. As much as 40 percent of food produced in the U.S. is wasted –...

Art And The City

A fantastic bird-like creature from ancient origins slides through the silky crimson haze. It is grandly feathered with the immortal dreams, visions and traditions...

The Jazz Project

To Know Love •••• Maria Schafer, vocalist With her lush, sensuous, and enchanting voice, jazz vocalist Maria Schafer has given us a modern-day jazz album on...

Depeche Art

Foundry Gallery The paintings presented in “Meridian” by Vu Quoc Nguyen represent the next step in the artist's creative process. He explains, “Over the past...

Spring Arts Events

Three World Premiers by the Washington Ballet The Washington Ballet presents Three World Premieres at the Sidney Harman Hall from April 3 to 7. New,...

Depeche Art

Foundry Gallery Lavely Miller-Kershman’s solo exhibition at Foundry Gallery is deliberately untitled. With scant written context with which to understand her work, even the titles...

Len Piper’s Pinocchio

Don’t miss a life-size marionette version of Carlo Collodi’s classic children’s tale, created in the 1960s by the father of the Puppet Co.’s co-founder,...

The Wine Girl

The evolution of Champagne can be traced back to Benedictine Monks in the late 16th century. Legend has it that Dom Pierre Pérignon, the...