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Tonight at 6 PM: The Daily Dish: Now Serving David Hagedorn (Plus A Second Helping of Mykl Wu) by Jenny Splitter

Tonight at 6:00 PM at the Goethe Institut, the cast of The Dish welcomes the fabulous, ready-to-dish David Hagedorn. Hagedorn is a food and travel writer, dining columnist, cookbook author, event planner and raconteur. His books include My Irish Table: Recipes from the Homeland and Restaurant Eve (together with chef Cathal Armstrong) and The New Jewish Table: Modern Seasonal Recipes for Traditional […]

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‘The Daily Dish’: Now Serving Mykl Wu by Jenny Splitter

The Daily Dish: Now Serving Mykl Wu  Today the cast of The Dish welcomes Mykl Wu Wu is an American cook, photographer and writer with a specialty in food, restaurants, travel and social media. Bethesda Magazine listed him as “Five Photogs to Follow” on Instagram. You can follow him here - ChezWu and @ChezWu on Twitter. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, he is fluent […]

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Wildwood Summer Theatre Presents ‘Into the Woods’ Tonight Through July 26th by Kristina Moyer

From Brigadoon to Chicago to Pippin, Wildwood Summer Theatre has spent many summers producing a variety of musicals in the D.C. metro area. But what makes this summer special is that Wildwood Summer Theatre will be celebrating its 50th season with Stephen Sondheim’s fairy-tale classic Into the Woods. Wildwood Summer Theatre is a nonprofit theatre company […]

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The Daily Dish: Now Serving Tiffany MacIsaac by Jenny Splitter

She’s the former executive pastry chef for Neighborhood Restaurant Group. You might have tasted her creations at Buzz Bakery, Birch & Barley or GBD Fried Chicken and Doughnuts. Plus the James Beard Foundation thinks she’s pretty amazing. Tonight the cast of The Dish welcomes pastry chef Tiffany MacIsaac to talk about Buttercream Bakery, working with her […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘The Matty Matthews Foundation’ by John McGrath

Matty Matthews Wants Young People to Learn His Cash’n Carry Politics The Matty Matthews Foundation is allegorical, historical, funny, and disturbing. Before Citizens United, before the Koch Brothers, before George Soros, there was a simple honest guy called Matty Matthews who handed out cash to help hard-working politicians in tight congressional races. Matty is a friendly, […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Show Preview: ‘Size Doesn’t Matter: 7 Shorts By DC Playwrights’ by Nan Kyle Ficca

For the seventh consecutive summer, Fully Charged Productions gleefully romps at Capital Fringe in Size Doesn’t Matter — 7 Shorts by DC Playwrights In this incarnation, Fully Charged revels in a fast-paced sketch parade written by four local playwrights and directed by Ray Ficca. From poignant pieces to absurd scenarios, this show inspires introspection while infusing keen comedy. Witness a Greek chorus cheering […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘#albatross’

MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet’s appearance at this month’s Capital Fringe Festival combines dance, electric guitar, and social media in its presentation of a brand-new work and two audience favorites. The company’s world premiere, choreographed collaboratively by three of MOVEIUS’s dancers, Melissa Lineburg, Carrie Denyer, and Fringe veteran choreographer Shelley Siller, considers the opportunities and problems inherent […]

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