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One-person Show ‘Molly’ Stuns at The Atlas

September 19th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, H Street

Capitol Hill theater comes in all shapes and sizes, and the premiere of Scena Theatre’s Molly at the Atlas Center for the Performing Arts is both a surprise and stunner as it shows the power of a single actor taking the stage. The play runs through Sunday and if you’re in the mood for intensity, catch one […]

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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Tigger

September 19th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Small, dark, and handsome. Enjoys long walks in the moonlight and loves to cuddle. Sound like your ideal man? Meet Tigger! Tigger is a 2-3 year old, 15 lb Chihuahua mix. He loves all people and is great with kids. Tigger is cat friendly and tolerates dogs, but he’d prefer to be the only dog in his new […]

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Weekend East City Event Round Up: 2014 H Street Festival Edition

September 18th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, H Street

Thursday, September 18 Pleasant Plans Workshop – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Essentially Qualified by Paull Shortt exhibits the phenomenon many new graduates go through – having the qualifications for a position but not the required experience necessary to get the job. This exhibit will have both sculpture and performance pieces related to post-graduate life. […]

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To Do

September 18th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Busy weekend ahead, so let’s get this started. Tonight at the Hill Center’s Talk of the Hill series will be the upcoming elections. Jennifer Duffy and David Wasserman of The Cook Political Report will discuss the House, Senate and gubernatorial races with host, journalist Bill Press. They may even discuss the 2016 presidential race. The discussion […]

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King Lear: Sadness and Recognition at the Folger

September 17th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

It’s often said that one of the measure’s of William Shakespeare’s talents was that his plays speak to us now as well as they did in Elizabethan England. King Lear, now onstage at the Folger Theatre, does that well, as it’s filled with real-life pains that await many of us today as those around us age. The […]

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