Erin Williams


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With a new EP out now and an album on the way, Wyclef Jean has a lot to celebrate

Before he gets the party started at the Fillmore on Thursday, Jean let us in on what inspires him these days.

March 30, 2017

On our second date, we went to church

If faith is a quality that I’m looking for in a partner, then wouldn't it make sense to go on a date where we explore it?

February 17, 2017

Graceland aside, there’s a King-size array of attractions in Memphis

Civil rights history, fine arts, metal constructions and a funky hostel.

April 14, 2016

This photographer spent a year taking pictures of all of his Facebook friends

How many miles does it take to photograph 738 Facebook friends? One photographer tries to find out.

December 22, 2015

Kehinde Wiley explains his ‘An Economy of Grace’ paintings focusing on black women

In an interview with Kehinde Wiley, the artist explains why he shifted his focus from black men to women.

October 4, 2014

A St. Louis tour in the winter

What’s a girl to do on a winter’s day in St. Louis? Any number of things.

January 17, 2013

Warren Adler: From man-about-town to the obsession to write

Warren Adler, author of “The Serpent’s Bite,” discusses Washington of yesteryear, creating a legacy and why he literally lives to write.

August 30, 2012

Sitcom pilot stars H Street NE

Joel N. Clark and Kasey Kirby have made a pilot for “H Street,” a sitcom that’s set in Washington but not about political Washington.

August 29, 2012

On Love: ‘I finally had somebody who had my back’

She fell in love with his book before she ever met him; he learned to look past their 14-year age difference.

August 17, 2012

Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Singlemarriedgirl’ is an adventure and a search for self

‘SINGLEMARRIEDGIRL’ is a woman’s frantic, frenetic search for her inner self as she copes with her newly single life.

July 23, 2012