February 22nd, 2017 Issue

Latest News

  • ANC Monday: Jack Evans, Pepco, Boathouses, Gondolas

    Tonight's ANC 2E meeting is packed: Council member Jack Evans will speak; topics from boathouses to Pepco to airplane noise will be discussed.

  • Weekend Round Up February 9, 2017

    Alvin Ailey’s annual Kennedy Center engagement leads into a dance-ful weekend. On other stages: Happenstance Theater, Step Afrika! and SOLE Defined. In the mood to move? Get the jump on Valentine’s Day with a roller-skate date in Leesburg.

  • Weekend Round Up February 23, 2017

    The two-weekend Atlas Intersections Festival will spring to life tomorrow, presenting numerous performances at H Street’s Atlas Performing Arts Center. On Sunday night, you can watch the 89th Academy Awards with the DC Film Society in Arlington or with the International Club of DC at the French Embassy. Those with Oscar dreams may want to enroll in a screenwriters’ workshop at Glen Echo the day before.

A Night at the Oscars

A Night at the Oscars

Hollywood gets it wrong doing the right thing, and other highlights of this year's Academy Awards.

In the Garden: 'Tree-age' for Temperature Swings

In the Garden: 'Tree-age' for Temperature Swings

Suggestions for home gardeners as D.C.'s unusually warm winter comes to what may be a bitter end.

Fashion

Check out the latest trends, photos and articles in our revamped fashion section.
Washington National Opera's 'Dead Man Walking'

Washington National Opera's 'Dead Man Walking'

Based on Sister Helen Prejean's book, the opera is being presented at the Kennedy Center through March 11.

Features

The Mighty Kahn

The Mighty Kahn

Having announced his abdication, so to speak — set for 2019 — the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Michael Kahn will speak at a Cultural Leadership Breakfast in Georgetown March 9.

A New Mood: CPAC 2017 (photos)

A New Mood: CPAC 2017 (photos)

The theme of small government, popular with conservatives during the Obama administration, was largely replaced by Trumpism and nationalism.

Trump and White House Staff Heralded at CPAC

Trump and White House Staff Heralded at CPAC

What to do with their newly gained power and the role of education, particularly on liberal campuses, were among the topics for conservatives at their annual gathering. President Trump will speak there tomorrow.

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