Weekend Round Up, Jan. 27 – 30

January 27, 2022

Can you believe we’re already closing out the books on the first month of 2022? Luckily, so many interesting events grace our area this weekend. How about a chocolate and […]

Weekend Round Up, Jan. 20 – 23

January 20, 2022

We made it to another weekend! This time around, enjoy the Washington Auto Show at the Convention Center back in person. A fascinating new exhibit has come to Artechouse. For […]

Auction Block: January 12, 2022 Issue

January 19, 2022

Over the holiday season, auction houses were busy with a host of interesting sales including a nearly 30-year-old bottle of wine, a sapphire and diamond ring, a first edition of “Leaves of […]

Jan. 12 Issue Arts Watch

January 12, 2022

Featured Q&A: Music Director Gianandrea Noseda, who will be conducting the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) this month.   GEORGETOWN MEDIA GROUP: Tell us more about the programs you are conducting in D.C. this month.   GIANANDREA NOSEDA: The programs […]

Carlotta Hester’s “Rapture” Canvases Evoke Jazz Improv 


Walking past Addison/Ripley Fine Art at 1670 Wisconsin Avenue, bright splashes of watercolor on canvas might catch your eye. In her latest show “Rapture,” painter Carlotta Hester’s expressionist evocations of improvisational freedom light up the gallery.  “Rapture – that is what I felt when I […]

Weekend Round Up, Jan. 6 – 9

January 6, 2022

Happy new year! Despite Covid cases rising, lots of options to have fun safely may be enjoyed this weekend. Take your mind off things with The Prom at the Kennedy […]

‘Rich Soil’: A Must-See at Hillwood Gardens

December 30, 2021

Looking for a splendid and thought-provoking outdoor sculpture walk in the nation’s capital during these cabin fever times? Through Jan. 9, the Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens’ “Rich Soil” exhibit […]

Christmas Weekend Round Up, Dec. 23-26

December 23, 2021

Merry Christmas! We hope you enjoy this festive weekend with so many delightful seasonal activities. There’s the Nutcracker, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, holiday displays at the U.S. Botanic Garden and the B&O […]

Cultural Leadership Breakfast Hosts National Building Museum President

December 20, 2021

Since its creation by Congress in 1980 to reanimate the immense, near-century-old Pension Building, the National Building Museum has had just five directors (not counting the recent interim stint by Brent […]

Weekend Round Up, Dec. 16 – 19

December 16, 2021

We hope you’re enjoying the 2021 holiday season! So many wonderful options this weekend, including performances from Wolf Trap, the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) and the Washington Chorus. For all you last-minute […]