by Karim Doumar Andrew Barkan and Polly Hall met at Amherst College while making a folk rock record. Now they are married, have a one-year-old baby, spend most of their time creating and performing children’s music, and will be performing at Jammin’ Java at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 1. […]
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SER’S braised pork cheeks. (Photo: Jody Fellows) “Bread is like a religion in Spain,” my server says as he sets...
THIS IS CHARLIE, a 3-year-old who enjoys running around the house like a maniac with his sister Sadie in the Madison...
Jimbo Mathus (Courtesy Photo) by Karim Doumar There are country singers, rock n’ roll artists and blues and jazz performers...
Those looking at the menu of Bowl’d, a restaurant that opened in Clarendon earlier this year, might mutter to themselves “not another bowl restaurant.” But what sets apart the restaurant, which follows the mold of Chipotle-style fast casual eateries, is that it is, perhaps, a healthier alternative to a place […]Read more ›
by Karim Doumar Ryan Rosenworcel, drummer for Guster, remembers how the band came together at Tufts University in the early 1990s. “We were friends and we were all lamenting that we had left our high school bands and we decided that we would jam sometime,” he said. Adam Gardner and […]Read more ›
THIS IS LUNA, a two-year-old labrador/retriever mix, with Erin Scranton, a Falls Church resident who raised and trained her to be an assistance dog for Canine Companions for Independence, a national nonprofit that trains and provides assistance dogs. Luna recently moved to New York to live with Stephen Yaciuk, who […]Read more ›
Four local groups are set to compete against each other at the State Theatre at 220 N. Washington Street next Friday at 7 p.m., for a slot at the 2015 Lockn’ Music Festival, at the 2015 Rockn’ to Lockn’ Contest, sponsored by The State Theatre, Flat 5 Productions, Lockn’ Music Festival, […]Read more ›
by Kate Karstens The 10th annual Capital Fringe Festival in D.C., which kicked off last week, plays host to a variety of showstopping artists ready to amaze audiences. Among those are performances such as “#SEXTS,” “Apocalypse Meow,” and “Barenaked Comedy,” all ready to push society’s boundaries of what the performing […]Read more ›
by Karim Doumar Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish met in college while playing in a band together. That was in 2003. Now, 12 years later, they are married and touring together as the members of a duet called The Honey Dewdrops to promote their newest album, Tangled Country. “It’s fun […]Read more ›