This past week, we lost folks, young and old, who showed us the best of who we are.
At Wolf Trap June 28, "Frozen Planet" is a unique musical and visual experience from composer George Fenton.
Actor James Gandolfini died June 19. He was best known for his mobster character, Tony Soprano.
Cole Porter's sassy, salty musical, now at the Kennedy Center, is see-worthy.
O.K., so Chekhov's "Seagull" gets a silly name change. It's not quite the same anyway.
The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, preforming at the Hamilton on June 14.
The DC Jazz Festival is roaring to a big close this weekend, with some big concerts still remaining on tap. Here is a look of whats left.
Jack Evans, Georgetowner and long-serving councilmember, joins the race to become Mayor of Washington, D.C.
One of America's great singers -- Joan Baez -- will perform at Wolf Trap June 12.
The Washington National Opera’s world premiere of "Approaching Ali" tells a unique story with local talent Soloman Howard in the lead role.
“We live differently today in terms of lifestyle, what people do, family arrangements, than in the past.”
We were talking ...
There was some head scratching in the seats when the Kennedy Center made Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar’s “The Guardsman ...
When we think about the 2013 D.C. Jazz Festival, we can think about a lot of things—the essence ...
All politics is local, except when it’s not.
The death of the long-serving Democratic Senator from New Jersey Frank ...
Feeling jazzy? Get ready: the D.C. Jazz Festival begins Wednesday with drummer Roy Haynes.