11 Sep 2017

Arts & Entertainment:

A Julius Caesar for All the Ages

A production of Julius Caesar in New York City recently came under fire for having Caesar looking like our current President, even though other productions in years past with other Presidents with no such complaints. Given that the plot of this 400+ year old play revolves around the assassination of a head of state, it […]


30 Jul 2017

Arts & Entertainment:

Sunday Plan: Stop By Dock5 and Be Moved

On Friday, I had the pleasure of seeing a temporary exhibit by artist Darius Frank at Dock5 at Union Market. The exhibit, which consists of a video lasting about 20 minutes and a series of pencil drawings with mixed media, was the winner of the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Artisan Series  in collaboration with NY public art non-profit Creative […]


07 Feb 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

That bong [looking] thing on your dinner table and other news you may have missed


06 Jan 2017

Arts & Entertainment:

Weekend Project: Capitol Hill Creates

Add your art to a fun community project. Find out more.


17 Nov 2016

Arts & Entertainment:

Milk Like Sugar: Introspection and Raw Emotion

The newest play in the Mosaic Theater season line-up is Milk Like Sugar, by Kirsten Greenidge. Thanks to the generosity of the folks at Mosaic, I attended opening night. The play hit me in the gut– it’s a raw and frank story about poverty and race and about being a teenager and feeling invincible. It’s also […]


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