By. Jonelle Walker It’s summertime again in the District and that means the return of two seasonal pastimes: complaining about the weather and theatre festivals. If you ask two people […]
When all is said and done, where will the Washington Football Redskins Moat be built?
by Cassady J. Bogatin Sitting down to write this review it’s impossible to separate hearing local bands Cende, Blankus Larry, & Lilac Daze at Comet Ping Pong from the visceral experience […]
Review by Stacie Marinelli When Marietta Stevens Crichlow was turning 90, her daughter Linda was in the midst of preparing a special birthday remembrance when she came upon a genealogical […]
DC is an expensive city, making it a hard place for young families to thrive. Just last week MarketWatch reported that Washington is the most expensive city for a family of […]
The 2015 edition of the Best American Poetry book series was recently published by Simon and Schuster including the poem, “The Bees, the Flowers, Jesus, Ancient Tigers, Poseidon, Adam and […]
by Robert Bettmann A recent strategic plan for the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities notes that support for artists reinforces other economic sectors. The plan states, “A 2010 study […]