Miss those treasured performances at The Folger Shakespeare Library? Every Friday you can get an encore with the Library’s new weekly online series.
The 16th annual DC Jazz Fest is going global with virtual programming available to listeners and participants from Thursday, September 24th to Monday, September 28th, 2020.
Well, if it can’t be staged, it can be screened. STC will be showing Romantics Anonymous to subscribers, donors, and paying audience members for five days of live streaming from Tuesday, September 22 through Saturday, September 26.
It was quite a bit different watching Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Will on the Hill via Vimeo this year. Audiences loved how they could more easily identify the Congressional players (and Members of Parliament!) and other notables, but it was also a little easier to get… Read More
At the new Baker’s Daughter, 4-course meals ($45 pp), à la carte fare, house-made pastries, and deli items will be found literally across the street from Baker’s other famous enterprise … the Michelin-starred Gravitas.
Right and proper — at 21st and K Streets NW — Proper 21K the second iteration of Will Strozier and Rob Zahn’s Proper Social on F Street, opened last week with a proper Grand Opening patio party!
For the past four years, DC StartUp Week has been a celebration of the entrepreneurial community. And we need StartUps as much as ever. In this crazy time, ideas continue to be generated perhaps like never before, and companies are working to pivot and adopt… Read More
This big news is brought to you by corona-creativity! Blue Duck Tavern has — for the first time in its 14-year history — finally introduced a tasting menu. The four-course, prix fixe tasting menu is available exclusively during dinner service, which is sure to make… Read More
There may be no better time to open a new restaurant than when patrons are most anxious to get out, have a new experience, and support their local hospitality industry. *Fingers crossed.* That’s why we’re all excited for Gypsy Kitchen (1825 14th Street NW) — a… Read More
Paella for one at $70? Xiquet‘s Danny Lledo is taking his signature dish to a luxe level. Named for the Duchess of Denia (Spanish nobility), the Paella de la Duquesa de Denia is a nod to swank while the economy is screaming save. “I think that this unprecedented… Read More