Stacy Keach -- with that voice and acting range so Shakespearean -- sat down for a talk with Michael Kahn of the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
An upbeat Mayor Gray and other city officials cut the ribbon July 27 for the completed 18th Street work in Adams Morgan.
There is always one sure sign of summer in Washington. Besides the four horsemen of the weather apocalypse we are ...
After all the madness, pain and deaths, Aurora, Colorado, has no dawn.
Whenever a music maker—singer, player, twanger, jazz man, country star, doesn’t matter—passes on, the event has the ...
As a Broadway musical, “The Addams Family” has had its share of tumult, upheaval and critical sneers before it ever went on the road, including the replacement of stars Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth in mid-run.
Gene was all about dance as an American art form. He was muscular, confident. He embodied in dance what it was to be an American .
In politics, it’s often amazing how fast a political scandal can turn into a firestorm.
In the District of ...
It’s July, it’s summer, it’s Washington, D.C., and we’re right where we belong again.
In Washington, D.C., people talk about HIV-AIDS frequently, given the city’s notoriously high rate of infections — one higher ...
He played tough but tender roles, and Ernest Borgnine had a lifetime of them for us.
Actor Andy Griffith, whether as Sheriff Andy Taylor or defense lawyer Ben Matlock, showed us the wisdom of small-town America.
Now, as American as anyone we know, this patriotic citizen began his journey in Nazi Germany.
In this age of extremes, why not weather just like that? Last Friday's sudden storm, terrible in its severity, informs our times and leaves us wondering.
While awaiting the Supreme Court decision on Obamacare, our reporter observes how everyday life in Washington, D.C., can effortlessly move into a moment in history.