The actress Lena Horne, who passed away last week, brought all of her life experience, her humor and her still-burning bright beauty to center stage.
Studio Theatre's departing Artistic Director Joy Zinoman shows again that she get the essentials of familiar material.
You won’t find Oprah Winfrey or Kitty Kelley in the book “Women of True Grit,” co-authored by Edie Hand ...
Potential users and D.C. residents will get a chance to look at the latest in alternative public transportation when ...
There was confidence on the part of the panelists delivering a report on the state of Downtown, mixed cogently with pragmatism and realistic assessments of the state of the economy.
If you know about and love the loosely bordered Great American Songbook, you probably know about her.
If you like ...
Throughout a turbulent week, the life-affirming passage of Dr. Dorothy Height steadied this community and shone the light on the best of humankind and the best kind of human being.
Having exploded in popularity since its inception, this year's Passport DC is a month-long event comprising four weekends of major inter-cultural festivities and contact.
Consider “Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg,” the new, nostalgic photographic exhibition at the National Gallery of Art.
On Easter weekend in Washington, President Obama became an avatar of spring.
What does Washington's performing arts scene have in store for the first spring of the decade? Robert Sacheli and Gary Tischler weigh in with their top picks.
Rich Bloch is a labor arbitration attorney, serving as a neutral arbitrator for the National Football League. He is also a professional magician and a performer.
There’s a lot of serendipity going on in and around “Sophisticated Ladies,” a big, splashy, stylish love letter to and about Duke Ellington.
If Vincent Gray should run for mayor, “I can tell you I will run for chairman, no question," says Jack Evans.