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One of our favorite holiday traditions: Roots-rockers Last Train Home take to the Kennedy Center stage to perform a mix of holiday classics and country-tinged originals.
Ever moved into a new neighborhood only to realize you’ve made a terrible mistake? “Rubber Tramps,” filmmaker Max Koetter’s documentary about counter-cultural icons living life on the country’s highways and byways, might offer some relocation advice.
Lena Seikaly has become one of Washington’s preeminent jazz singers. Take in her classic sound at Twins Jazz on Wednesday night.
The Corcoran’s new show, "The Exceptional Everyday: Design Post-Process," looks beyond Ikea to spotlight Scandinavian designers with innovative approaches to crafting everyday objects.
A special holiday prix-fixe duck dinner at the Source includes the restaurant’s popular Peking duck served with an array of sides and a 15-layer carrot cake for $49 per person.
The Black Cat has one last present for you on Christmas night — an evening full of music from the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, who passed away five years ago on Christmas day.