Every female athlete, no matter the sport, has two things in common: a love for their sport and familiarity with empty stands. Something else that most females, athlete or not, are familiar with are the preexisting rules that hold us back: stay on the path, be grateful, wait for permission, …
As Netflix adds new shows and movies to their library, they remove others when their license agreements are over. The removal of certain movies and shows has been controversial across Netflix viewers. Viewers are not happy when their favorite show or movie gets removed.
Chef and philanthropist José Andrés sent Ellen a special cocktail and cake for her birthday! The two also talked about the incredible work his World Central Kitchen organization has done to feed people across America, and who influenced him to live a life dedicated to serving others. Ellen a…
PROVIDENCE, RI (January 12, 2021) – The Wilbury Theatre Group presents the world premiere of The Race by Mark Binder, directed by Brien Lang. This challenging new play, done in an emerging new performance medium, examines the common, and sometimes uncommon, obstacles of a high-pressure corpo…
Ted Bennett and Deborah Cahn have been planting grapes making wine and non alcoholic grape juice since the 1970s in Northern California's Anderson Valley. First they planted Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir. Today their daughter Sarah operates PennyRoyal Farm with Erika Mckenzie Chapter. Al…
1) Valley Milkhouse Lady's Slipper and WitchGrass Lady's Slipper 's rind is soaked in hard cider from Frecon Farms of Boyertown.Pennsylvania which has been in business since 1944 .This tomme style is well worth ordering.Witchgrass is a lactic cheese ripened using vegetable ash.
All In: The Fight for Democracy, which was officially released to the public on Sept. 18 through Amazon Prime Video, is a captivating film that not only leaves audiences more knowledgeable in regards to the prevalent issue of voter suppression, but inspired as well.
The major motion picture “Greenland” is what audience members get when the producers of “John Wick,” “The Town” and “Clash of the Titans” work with renowned director Ric Roman Waugh -- and I loved it.
La Tur is unique made of cow’s, goat, and sheep’s milk. It comes from Piedmont where you can forage for truffles or discover a fine Italian wine. Because of its texture, enjoy it for dessert instead of ice cream.
The Long Family settled in Williamsport, MD in 1831. In 2016 their plans for Deliteful Dairy where they make milk, butter, and cheese changed. Their cows graze on rotating pastures producing a different flavor than large commercially produced homogenized milk. Buy some and taste the difference.
The rind of this cheese has a coat of tomato and extra virgin olive oil, which gives it a tang. It is made of raw sheep’s milk produced in March, hence the name, and available in June. Don’t wait till 2021 see if you can find some now to take away the quarantine blues.
The Japanese spice blend: Schichimi Togarashi, composed of nori, toasted sesame, poppy, and hemp seeds, chili flakes, and ginger. Adds the heat. If you are looking for a semi-hard cheese with a creamy texture definitely worth a try.
Nocetto Di Capra is a soft-ripened goat cheese from Lombardy. The milk comes from Orobica goats. It is sweet without being overpowering. Well worth the velvety texture experience on your palate. Nocetto Di Capra is available at Dibruno Brothers
Farmer Al started the farm in 1976. All the fruit in the ice cream sandwiches is grown on the farm and one person makes the ice cream over 2 days in the kitchen supervised by Farmer Al's wife. With Suburban Maryland having a long period of over 90 degrees I have been enjoying them and you w…
The gothic serial “Dark Shadows” has had various incarnations over the years. Starting as an original television soap opera of the 1960s and 1970s, it became a comic book series, a big-budget 1991 primetime series, and several movies. The most recent adaptation was a Tim Burton film, which is both an homage and a spoof […]
GLEN ECHO – Officials at The Puppet Co. announced on Feb. 10 that its artistic and managerial staff would be retiring effective, ending a run that spanned over three decades. Its leadership and puppet masters, Allan Stevens, Christopher and MayField Piper, worked with the company since the early 1980s, entertaining children and adults at Glen […]
“Spring Awakening” or in its original title “Frühlings Erwachen” is a somber play from the late 1800s by German playwright Frank Wedekind. Americans are becoming increasingly familiar with this drama in the form of the 2006 musical Spring Awakening. In the current production at the Round House Theatre in the heart of Bethesda, Wilhelmine Germany […]
Go-go boots, miniskirts and bell-bottom trousers. A background of multi-colored square panels bordering on the psychedelic slapstick and one-liners. We describe not the return of “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In” from its TV Land hiatus, but the current production of the Folger Theatre’s “Merry Wives of Windsor,” 1970s style. This period update of the Shakespeare comedy, […]
ROCKVILLE – After finding success in the Fairfax and Washington, D.C. areas, Eerkin’s Uyghur Cuisine, an Uyghur family-owned restaurant, has moved onto Rockville Pike to set up its first Maryland location, in the address of the former Japanese bistro café Rolls ‘n Rice. Three years in the business, the family is hoping to expand understanding […]
Metropolitan theatergoers will get a rare treat when James Baldwin’s “The Amen Corner” opens Feb. 11 at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington with a new American version directed by Whitney White. Published by the literary giant in 1954, “The Amen Corner” was first produced in May 1955 on the campus of Howard University and, over […]
Price and Son is a venerable shoe manufacturing business in Northampton, England, founded in 1890. In the 21st century, however, it is struggling as the owner passes away and leaves it to his son, Charlie Price. Fresh out of college, Charlie is conflicted about what to do, as he never particularly wanted to follow in […]
In his book on the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm called “The Owl, the Raven and the Dove,” Georgetown University scholar G. Ronald Murphy notes that these “fables and myths express a feeling that nature is aware of us. We, in turn, are afraid of the passing of time and aging.” These exact themes […]
The 18th Annual Let Freedom Ring Celebration was held on, Jan. 20 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, drawing a capacity crowd that came to honor the birthday and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Sponsored by the Kennedy Center and Georgetown University, the event featured 10-time Grammy Award winner […]
Visitors of the Kentlands Mansion and Arts Barn in Gaithersburg currently have an opportunity to celebrate a famous phenomenal singer of the mid-twentieth century: the great Nat King Cole. Cole was not only a suave romantic balladeer but also a jazz pianist of renown. Both sides of Cole are on display in a enthralling performance […]
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) has developed a new way to experience a film. On a fairly regular basis, it screens a movie with the BSO playing the orchestral soundtrack score live. These performances are done for several showings, divided between the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore and the Strathmore Music Center in Bethesda. […]
A grand and lavish “My Fair Lady” is at the Kennedy Center through Jan. 19, and this touring production of Director Bartlett Sher’s recent Broadway musical will beguile you with its excellent singing and acting. Based on George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion,” with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe, the […]
The literary activism of one of America’s most renowned African–American poets will be examined at 8 p.m. on Jan. 24, at the Music Center at Strathmore with Manuel Cinema’s “No Blue Memories: The Life of Gwendolyn Brooks.” A multi-media piece using shadow puppetry, silhouetted actors and live music, the work captures the complexities of Brooks’ […]
The New Year’s Day Concert from Vienna is a New Year’s tradition known throughout the world. Attendees at Strathmore Music Center recently had the opportunity to enjoy an authentic recreation of a Vienna New Year’s Day concert, all without a passport or plane flight to the capital of Austria to experience one of Europe’s loveliest […]
At Strathmore, “The Hip Hop Nutcracker” flipped the script on one of the holiday’s most beloved classics, presenting not your typical “The Nutcracker,” from Dec. 17-19. Directed and choreographed by Boston native Jennifer Weber, the high-energy, sizzling production stopped in Rockville as part of a 30-city tour. The show features a dozen super talented dancers […]
George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah” is an annual tradition for many at this time of year, and the largest production in our area was held this past weekend in two stunning performances at Strathmore Music Center, with its excellent acoustics. Handel himself said relative to this work: “I did think I did see all heaven before […]
I recently had the pleasure of visiting Washington D.C. at the Blues Alley to hear the Eric Felten Jazz Orchestra’s annual tribute to jazz legend Duke Ellington’s take on the “Nutcracker Suite” of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Jazz renditions of popular Christmas tunes such as “Let It Snow,” “Happy Holidays” and “Baby It’s Cold Outside” (the […]
J.M. Barrie’s children’s classic, “Peter Pan,” gets a feminist overhaul in the Shakespeare Theatre’s current production, “Peter Pan and Wendy,” onstage at the Sidney Harman Hall through Jan. 12. Reimagined by playwright Lauren Gunderson, this world premiere will charm both children and adults with its emphasis on females who are smart, no-nonsense, strong and fearless. […]
“The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” is a musical currently being performed by the Fauquier Community Theatre in Warrenton, Virginia. As the show begins, angelic ladies sing beatifically of “Perfect Little Town,” but is it such a perfect little town? By outer appearances, yes. It is a close-knit community in early 1960s America in an era […]
For those looking for holiday entertainment for children, which will also be of interest to adults, the Puppet Company’s “The Nutcracker” will be of special interest. Children will delight in the story of the girl who witnesses her Christmas present of a Nutcracker soldier come to life and do battle with the King of Mice. […]
By Heather Dolce Special to The Sentinel The clock struck 4 p.m. on Nov. 23 and the kickoff cowbell rang. Young children of all ages hit the dance floor but not just to party. Their mission was to raise money to fund childhood cancer research in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan region. The District Dance Company […]
By Elizabeth Scinta Special to The Sentinel ROCKVILLE – Rockville residents kicked off the holiday season with the lighting of the Rockville Town Square Christmas Tree on Nov. 22. The event consisted of music from King Teddy, pictures with Santa Claus, the lighting of the tree and a dance performance by Dawn Crafton Dance Connection. […]
We live in an age when, because of increased life expectancy, it is not uncommon to see people working into their 70s and beyond and when multiple presidential candidates this election cycle, including the incumbent, are septuagenarians. Nonetheless, we can only look on in amazement as a classical pianist performs with nimble fingers at the […]
We are accustomed to the notion of the tortured genius, but Peter Shaffer’s “Amadeus” has a very different take: it is a portrait of the artist as a “giggling, dirty-minded creature crawling on the floor,” in the words of his nemesis, Antonio Salieri, Kapellmeister at the Austrian Court. The portrayal of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart […]
Signature Theatre has revived Michael Bennett’s groundbreaking musical, “A Chorus Line,” with a re-choreographed version, and the result is a show that still thrills 44 years after its Broadway run. The show, which is about the aspirations of Broadway dancers as they audition for dancing and singing spots in a new musical, garnered Bennett nine […]
“Of all the high players this country ever sees, there is no doubt but that the guy they call The Sky is the highest. In fact, the reason he is called The Sky is because he goes so high when it comes to betting on any proposition whatever.” So begins “The Idyll of Miss Sarah […]
The Puppet Co. at the former Glen Echo Amusement Park is currently performing a puppet version of “Pinocchio” which will please not just children but adults who might otherwise not give a puppet show a second glance. Following the original story of Carlo Collodi’s “Pinocchio” as well as Walt Disney’s famous animated adaptation, the show […]
“Everybody,” currently playing the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., is an irreverent but witty comedy about death and its exploration about how a soul progresses through life, death and the afterlife. The performance, as a whole, is entertaining from beginning to end. Written by Obie Award winner and MacArthur “Genius” grant recipient Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, the […]