“More Than a Month” is more than that

End Black History Month Say What!?!?! When I got the preview DVD for “More Than a Month,” the first thought in my mind was “This Shukree Tilghman just wants to start an argument and get some attention. Yeah, Shukree’s got the down and relevant name; but he’s also in that generation that’s reaped the benefits […]

The Bounty that is June – Haps

Too much, too much. June must be the final push on the event scene before people begin dispersing to the vacation scene. Again, just scratching the surface: ITVS COMMUNITY CINEMA PRESENTS – “TWO SPIRITS” June 5 at 3 PM (Washington DC Jewish Community Center) June 12 at 5 PM (Busboys and Poets) FREE – For […]

The Haps: Dirty Movies

Not quite what you may think. This weekend, we’ve got films that will inspire you to get your hands in the dirt. ALEXANDRIA FILM FESTIVAL’S HEALTHY FOOD MOVIE Yesterday was the opening of the fourth (Thursday, November 4), the Alexandria [Virginia] Film Festival. Sunday it’s the Healthy Food Alexandria Event with food samples from local […]

Eclectique Haps

Just scratching the surface… American Public Television (APT) is streaming episodes of the series “Voces” including the documentary Celia: The Queen about the one and only la reina of salsa. Catch it through October 31st at www.voces.tv. Lois Malou Jones: A Life In Vibrant Color Opening October 9 at the National Museum of Women in […]

The World Is Arena Stage

The New and Enclosed Arena Stage Once Arena Stage started their capital campaign to expand their complex, it became part of a larger urban plan for the Southwest waterfront area. At this point the new Mead Center for American Theater holds more than just the landmark Fichandler main stage and Kreeger stage inside the glass […]