Gary Tischler

Dave Brubeck: Solid, Regular Guy as Worldwide Jazz Genius

America took more than five and remembered the musical giant Dave Brubeck for his advances in jazz and for his life.

A Grand Duchy Christmas and Amb. Jean-Louis Wolzfeld

Ambassador Jean-Louis Wolzfeld sat down with Gary Tischler to talk about Luxembourg, Europe and Christmases past.

Gero’s Take: Saving E. Scrooge Each and Every Christmas

I think it’s getting into my DNA,” said Ed Gero, as we talked on the phone.

Gero, who’s ...

Hurley's Icy Images of Shackleton's Trek at Ralls Collection

"The Photographs of Frank Hurley" From the Antarctic Remain at the Ralls Collection Through Dec. 15.

The Mythopoetic Show Business of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'

"A Midsummer Night's Dream," directed by Ethan McSweeny, presents a rush of images and dialogue from the Shakespeare Theatre Company.

Kennedy Center Honors: Guy, Hoffman, Letterman, Makarova -- and Zeppelin

A Washington year-end tradition, the Kennedy Center Honors are celebrated this weekend.

Nichols and Campbell: A Shared Triumph as Eliza and Henry in ‘My Fair Lady’

Watching Manna Nichols, her black hair in a pony tail, feet tucked under, purple top and blue jeans, and Bene- ...

Non- Holiday Winter Arts Preview

Non- Holiday Winter Arts Preview

Actor Larry Hagman: Adored by a Genie, Shot by a Mistress -- and Loved by All

He played one of TV's great villains, but Larry Hagman died an admired actor, beloved friend and family man.

This Refreshed 'Fair Lady' Learns Anew at Arena

Make sure to join Innocents at Risk for a special evening at Arena Stage for the production of "My Fair Lady" on Wednesday, Nov. 28, which will have a VIP champagne reception and a party with the cast after the show. Visit www.innocentsatrisk.org for more information.

Benjamin Abramowitz at Whittemore House Museum

A legendary Washington artist's work is on display.

"Jekyll and Hyde", a Dull Kind of Madness

This staged rendition of the classic book pulls from too many other influences to have a life of its own.

"The Aliens" at Studio Theatre

Review of Annie Baker's "The Aliens", now at the Milton Theatre at the Studio.

20 DCPS Schools Slated for Closure

Twenty public schools are slated for closure. The District Council is meeting about the planned closures, and other meetings are planned.

One Day for Kwame Brown; Honors for the Nats

We've got Kwame dishonored and put under detention, but Davey get top honors as manager of the Washington Nationals. Spring cannot come soon enough.

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