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DC Hall of Fame Inducts Washington Icons

The list of the 2015 DC Hall of Fame Legacy Award inductees reads like a who's who of the District of Columbia.

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Filmfest DC Returns, Overcomes Financial Hurdles

It's back. And, Tony Gittens, Filmfest DC founder and director, says it's better than ever.

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Greatest Band You Never Knew: Incognito Brings the Funk at the Howard

The band, now approaching three-plus decades of recording and touring, has a loyal following that sells out concerts in the United States and abroad.

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African Film Festival Resonates with Ethiopian Diaspora

When Ethiopian filmmaker Theodros Teshome, a leading figure in the Ethiopian film industry, made his recent film "Triangle-Going to America," he could hardly have guessed how many people in Washington's Ethiopian diaspora would come out to see the film.

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Intersections Festival Returns to the Atlas

For festivalgoers, Intersections is a ritual — a chance to see hundreds of dance, music, theater and family-oriented activities — at the most dismal part of winter, when the DMV area is inundated with cold and oftentimes inclement weather.

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Arena Stage’s Production of 'King Hedley II' Merges Powerful Ensemble, Seasoned Direction

The play currently on stage at the Arena Stage’s Fichlander Stage has the providence of a powerhouse ensemble and a director well-versed in the work of August Wilson.

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Tambra Raye Stevenson Pushes Healthy Eating through African Heritage Cuisine

Tambra Raye Stevenson is on a mission to change the health of African-Americans by teaching and demonstrating African heritage cooking through her organization, NativSol Kitchen.

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African-American Art History Highlighted at Howard U. Gallery

When one steps into the Howard University Gallery of Art during the current exhibit, "The Dianne Whitfield-Locke and Carnell Locke Collection: Building on Traditions," it becomes an educational walk through centuries of African-American art history.

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'Smokey Joe’s Café' at Arena Stage: A Revival of the Music that Shaped the History of Rock 'n' Roll

When you hear songs like "Kansas City," "Hound Dog" and "Love Potion #9," one tends to remember the artists who made the songs hits — Little Willie Littlefield, Elvis Presley and The Clovers. But thanks to the long-running hit musical revue "Smokey Joe’s Café" the real stars of the songs — the duet of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller — stand front and center.

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'Two Trains Running' at Round House Theatre: A Flashback to Unsettled Times

"Two Trains Running," playing at the Round House Theatre through May 4, is both a reminder of the issues for African-Americans then, and a warning about today's urban shifts.

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