Robert Sacheli

John Blee: The Poetry of Color

If color is a language, then John Blee can be considered a lyric poet. The Washington painter, whose solo exhibition ...

Lessons from a Military Dad

Alexandria developer Steven DeLonga attributes much of his own success to some of his Army father’s qualities “that carried over to me.”

Georgetown's Antiques

In Georgetown, there is an ample selection of shops selling high-quality curios, relics and treasures that will become part of the personal history of the person acquiring them.

Susquehanna Antique Company

“Traditional” is a word David Friedman admits is a good description of both himself, an antiques dealer, and his shop ...

Sixteen Fifty Nine

Don Draper and his fellow “Mad Men” have been very good for Mike Johnson.
The hit series has kicked off ...

Scandinavian Antiques & Living

Enter Georgetown’s newest antiques shop, Scandinavian Antiques & Living, and you’re struck by the colorfully eclectic selection of merchandise ...

Marston Luce

The lure of history and architecture has led Marston Luce into some less-than-attractive places — with some beautiful results.

In the ...

Spring 2010 Performance Preview

What does Washington's performing arts scene have in store for the first spring of the decade? Robert Sacheli and Gary Tischler weigh in with their top picks.

'American Buffalo': A Slice of Chicago Style

For Director Joy Zinoman, Studio Theatre’s upcoming production of “American Buffalo” has elements of both a homecoming and a leave-taking.

Show Boat

In “Make Believe,” one of the classic songs from Show Boat, Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II celebrate the power of imagination.

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