We, the American people, took to the streets and backyards to celebrate independence in own own way, despite a loss of confidence in the government and the economy.
One a politician and another a film director. Different lives in America. Both positive talents that made a difference.
There’ll be over a 150 plays and shows to choose from. Here’s a look at a few we ...
In the summer of 1978, I attended an alley party, a gathering of neighborhood friends on Capitol Hill near the ...
It’s likely that Diana McLellan, when she wrote the dishy, witty gossip column, “The Ear,” may have had occasion ...
Ruthie and the Wranglers will be at Gypsy Sally's Saturday night in a homage to the Everly Brothers.
Writer and Middle East commentator Fouad Ajami and beloved actor Eli Wallach plied their craft in different arenas but taught us so much all the same.
While they may seem very different, "Sideshow" and "The Lion King" have been embraced by their audiences with similar passion.
For this year's Mark Twain Prize for American Humor -- to be given Oct. 19 -- the Kennedy Center selected Jay Leno.
A testament to hometown humility, businessman Ron Swarthout was honored by the Georgetown Business Association.
Once upon a time, say, Oct. 16, 1997, a musical opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway.
This is ...
As we remember the likes of Ruby Dee or Casey Kasem, we recall a few more -- and know how they enlarged and enlarge our lives.
Monty Alexander will be at the Howard Theatre tomorrow night for a lively jazz jam. His conversation with entertainment writer Gary Tischler was just as lively.
In a surprise move, former councilmember and mayoral candidate Carol Schwartz announced that she is running for mayor. Things just got a little more interesting.
Suzi Gookin, a columnist for The Georgetowner during the 1970s and 1980s, was memorialized for making quite an impression and her own history.