Natasha Pavlovich

Dorm room recipes

Some may feel that they long for a good home-cooked meal now that they are away at college. Others may be excited about the prospective freedom that now overcomes their kitchen or what may stand in for a kitchen (i.e., George Forman Grill and a bathroom sink), but whoever you are, you are hungry. Here’s […]

Zed’s deserves a shot

Zed’s Ethiopian Cuisine 28th and M Streets N.W. If you have been to Georgetown, you have seen it; in fact, you have probably made a comment about its name. We wanted to unlock the mystery behind the big white building that we have all seen but never ventured into. The exterior of Zed’s mirrors the […]

J Street: At least it’s not Taco Bell

The Marvin Center has undergone a facelift. The looks and venues have changed, so how does the food taste? The Hatchet presents its review of the new dining choices. Tuscan Oven – pizza/Italian dishes Tuscan Oven offers a variety of vegetarian and meat calzones and pizzas. They also have a pasta station. There are not […]

Waiting for good

I would never advise somebody to skip the performance of a great dramatic text. However, I would recommend actually reading the text before attending a play as elliptical as “Waiting for Godot.” Some elements of the Washington Shakespeare Company’s new production of Samuel Beckett’s tragedy are downright laughable, but many great questions are cleared up […]

Love, pain and a little cocaine

With surprising fleetness and depth, a budding student-run theater company has moored itself into the histrionic GW community. Having already produced works by such estimable talents as George C. Wolfe (“Colored Museum”) and Tony Kushner (“Angels in America”), Majority Theatre Productions emphasizes the voices of minorities. Now running through April 30, the acting troupe has […]