Great Harvest Bread Café is teaming up with several local companies to make local products formerly found only at farmers markets available at the café.
If you've missed the sense that attending weeknight shows feels like getting away with something, keep your sunscreen, water bottle and dancing shoes close at hand, because August promises to help you catch up on the musical connections you've been missing.
Enjoy experimenting, because you’ll come up with all kinds of good things for these small packages. If you haven't enjoyed cooking much in the past, projects like this one offer an opportunity to explore, be creative and have fun.
Tickets for the 22nd annual festival, presented by co-artistic directors Raphael Bell and Timothy Summers, will go on sale soon at cvillechambermusic.org.
Performers and audience members will share something special. "They're also going to be experiencing something they've ever done before," Miriam Gordon-Stewart said.
Head to livearts.org to make reservations for the "A Conversation with the Community" Zoom events, which are free.
Getting back with his friends in Film On Girls to prepare the 1980s covers they love gave Decker a boost that he couldn't wait to share.
Four local favorites are on Wine Spectator's list — Fleurie Restaurant, 1799 at The Clifton, Bizou and The Local Restaurant & Catering.
If you buy bunches of radishes with the greens attached, give the greenery a try. Like mustard greens, they have a bit of a kick, so use them sparingly until you get a feel for how much you like them.
The Route 1 Reads program is a partnership uniting the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress and 16 affiliates.