Washington Life Magazine

Joan Osborne: Tangled Up In Dylan

By Steve Houk      livingonmusic.com It’s somewhat of a unique phenomenon, that moment when an artist with a voice from heaven like Joan Osborne chooses to roll an entire album of covers from a guy...

Earth Day Feature: Hit the Brakes

Myth Busters on hybrid and electric cars. Hybrid cars have been on the market for 20 years as eco-friendly automotive alternatives continue to rise in popularity among environmentally conscious consumers. Car manufacturers are now...

Your Environmental Film Watch List

Environmental Film Festival selections focus on the illegal shark fin industry, human planetary domination and other important concerns.  When Lambs Become Lions: A rare and visually arresting look through the perspectives and motives of...

Inside Homes: Embracing Change

John and Kristin Cecchi make the most out of temporary digs in Georgetown’s Tudor Park while they build their forever home.  Going with the flow is a trademark of the Cecchi family. Last year,...

The Dish: Nowhere to Hide

St. Anselm chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley lets quality ingredients and straightforward cooking speak for itself. When Marjorie Meek-Bradley began to think about her next move after long-running stints at now-shuttered Ripple and sandwich shop Smoked...