Gary Tischler

Jazz and Art for Families, June 4 and 5

At the Phillips Collection, a family-friendly early start to the DC Jazz Festival.

Peacock Café, 25 Years and Counting

The popular brothers Shahab and Maziar Farivar are pioneers of D.C.'s restaurant scene.

Marilyn at 90, Stopped by Time

The classic sex symbol lives on.

Summer Begins, With a Parade and Rolling Thunder

Memorial Day is different in Washington, D.C., and a disappointment only for the Republican presidential candidate.

GALA, Women’s Voices Festival Win Big at Helen Hayes Awards

The Theatre Washington event has, thankfully, gone back to its roots.

Tenants' Advocates Forum: Local Politics in Action

Affordable housing, rent control and the proposed sale of the Washington Home to Sidwell Friends.

A Weekend of Musical Moments

At the Luxembourg Embassy, the Icelandic Ambassador's Residence and the Music Center at Strathmore, three concerts brought civility to these uncivil times.

'Ireland 100' Begins at the Kennedy Center

Vice President Joe Biden and Taoiseach Enda Kenny were on hand for opening night, May 17, of the Kennedy Center festival.

Everything's Coming Up Irish at the Kennedy Center

"Ireland 100: Celebrating a Century of Irish Arts and Culture," runs May 17 through June 5.

The Ring Reverberates

Observations on WNO's exhilarating production of "The Ring of the Nibelung."

The Last Republican Standing, Presumably

Donald Trump won the Nebraska and West Virginia primaries and then met with House Speaker Paul Ryan in hopes of party unity.

'Siegfried' and 'Twilight': Wrapping Up WNO's Ring

Exhausted but exhilarated, our man at the opera reports in at Wagner's "The Ring of the Nibelung."

Theater Leader Says Plays, Musicals Are Good for Business

New Theatre Washington CEO Amy Austin has been observing D.C.'s theater scene since college.

'Disgraced': Islamic Identity at Arena Stage

Ayad Akhtar's play is one of several dealing with issues tied to the Middle East.

2016 Garden Tour: 9 Georgetown Classics

Washington is known to politicians and tourists as the granite and marble center of the world, where history, policy, government ...

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