Gary Tischler

Fishman Feted

At the D.C. Jazz Festival Annual Trustee Gala Oct. 21 Charles Fishman, founder of the festival, was presented with ...

New Plays Show Washington's Fresh Take on Theater

WIth playwrights and directors enlivening the theater scene, Washington, D.C., has an artistic lot to choose from.

A Homecoming for Dance Theatre of Harlem and Jenelle Figgins

Duke Ellington graduate Jenelle Figgins returns as a dancer with the Dance Theatre of Harlem.

Lasting Pain of the Shutdown: We, the People, Lost

Here is just one take-away from the government shutdown: "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore."

Astronaut, Critic and Man of Letters, Pulitzer-Prize Novelist: Godspeed

A trio of Americans left us last week. Their lives and achievements ring strong and true past this life.

'La Forza del Destino': Overwrought, But Worth the Wild Ride

From everything we know, Francesca Zambello—in her first full season as Washington National Opera's artistic director—likes a ...

Sutton Foster: All-Broadway, Yet Intimate, Too, at the Strathmore

Sing, dance, act and strike a pose: Sutton Foster has got a lot to give. See her this weekend.

Women's History Museum: Reclaiming Missing Half of the Story

In many ways, even though there is still no such thing as an actual, physical place called the National Women ...

50 Years On: Jack & Jackie In Our Lives

Those of us who were alive on that day all remember where we were and how we felt when we ...

Chef Maziar Farivar: Culinary Ambassador to the World

We’ve always contended—based on the food and the man—that chef Maziar Farivar, co-owner with his brother Shahab ...

Jeremy Denk: Taking on the Musical Life and ‘Goldberg’

To tell the truth, when it came time to pick up the phone and call pianist Jeremy Denk, whom the ...

Intimate, Emotive 'Laramie Project' Moved From Ford's Theatre

Ford's Theatre shutdown doesn't shut out season-opener "The Laramie Project."

Tom Clancy: Great Stories With Surprising, True Heroes

Best-selling author Tom Clancy passed away this week, only months before his next book was set to be published.

Our First President Finally Gets His Library at Mount Vernon

After a 214-year wait, President George Washington gets his wish of a library at Mount Vernon fulfilled.

Shutdown's Little Details Say a Lot: Towpath, Parks Closed

We know many federal employees are not working, but it is also the little things that get people angry at Congress.

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