Celebrate Female Creatives at “Power in My Hand: Women Poets, Women Artists, and Social Change”

The bonds between female artists and activists—who are sometimes one and the same—cannot be broken by time, distance, or even differences in ideology. Power in My Hand: Women Poets, Women Artists, and Social Change makes this truth very clear, a special exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Now through August 30th, the museum will play host to…

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Check Out the Local Food Scene at EAT.DRINK.SHAW. on April 24

You’ve probably been doing a fine job of eating your way through the Shaw neighborhood all on your own. That area is known for the hottest bars and restaurants, plus up-and coming-chefs, brewers, and mixologists. To celebrate of that swanky food and drink, don’t miss EAT.DRINK.SHAW., their premier tasting event on Wednesday, April 24. This year’s event takes place at…

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The Classic Cinderella Story is Reimagined With “Into the Woods” at Ford’s Theatre

Fans of the fantastical movie adaption of Into the Woods are in for a treat. The original Stephen Sondheim fairy tale is on stage throughout the month of March at the historic Ford’s Theatre in downtown DC, and it’s one theater production you won’t want to miss. This adventurous tale takes the classic stories of Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and…

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Build a Healthy Bowl at Aloha Poke

The chefs at Aloha Poke enlist top-notch ingredients to create healthy bowls. Line-caught tuna, sustainably raised salmon, and other carefully sourced proteins top the completely customizable meals, which are inspired by the poke bowls of Hawaii. Step up to the counter and make a few quick decisions to order yours. Start by choosing a size, from “little” to “kahuna.” Then,…

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