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Frisky ‘Sex With Strangers’ at Signature Theatre

Laura Eason’s romantic comedy honors a world of letters while indulging in a fairy-tale rendezvous.

    This week’s recap of Fox TV’s ‘Gotham.’

    This week’s recap of Fox TV’s ‘Gotham.’

    This week’s recap of Fox TV’s ‘Gotham’: From Fish schemes to Penguin dreams.

    Smithsonian seeks $1.5 billion for programs, endowment

    Smithsonian seeks $1.5 billion for programs, endowment

    The institution has raised $1 billion since 2011 in “quiet phase” of first unified fundraising campaign.

    TV listings: Tuesday, October 21, 2014

    TV listings: Tuesday, October 21, 2014

    ‘The Flash’ gets a new villain and Bill Murray comes to ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’

    Frisky ‘Sex With Strangers’ at Signature Theatre

    Frisky ‘Sex With Strangers’ at Signature Theatre

    Laura Eason’s romantic comedy honors a world of letters while indulging in a fairy-tale rendezvous.

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    A celebration of American reading from an Iranian author

    A celebration of American reading from an Iranian author

    The author of ‘Reading Lolita in Tehran’ dissects three classic American novels.

    Cécile Licad in recital at Dumbarton Oaks

    Cécile Licad in recital at Dumbarton Oaks

    The Filipina pianist seemed to resist making the composers’ expressive language her own.

    Cathedral Choral Society tones down Brahms’s ‘Requiem’

    Cathedral Choral Society tones down Brahms’s ‘Requiem’

    At the National Cathedral, conductor J. Reilly Lewis gave the consoling Brahams work a tranquil touch.

    Dave Grohl follows his ‘Sonic Highways’ home to Washington D.C.

    Dave Grohl follows his ‘Sonic Highways’ home to Washington D.C.

    The Foo Fighters frontman discusses his new rockumentary series for HBO.

    Promising singer, inconsistent recital at Kennedy Center

    Promising singer, inconsistent recital at Kennedy Center

    The performance reveals U.K. native Matthew Rose’s shortcomings as an interpreter of German art song.

    Music based on Anne Frank’s diary doesn’t reflect her voice

    Music based on Anne Frank’s diary doesn’t reflect her voice

    The choral piece centers on the fear and horror she suffered, not her spirited personality.

    TV listings: Monday, October 20, 2014

    TV listings: Monday, October 20, 2014

    A weeping woman haunts “Sleepy Hollow,” and “American Dad!” makes its debut on TBS.

    The one song you won’t hear in San Francisco during the World Series: Lorde’s ‘Royals’

    The one song you won’t hear in San Francisco during the World Series: Lorde’s ‘Royals’

    Lorde’s hot single has been exiled from radio.

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    At Ivy Baldwin Dance’s ‘Oxbow,’ only the dancing is static

    At Ivy Baldwin Dance’s ‘Oxbow,’ only the dancing is static

    Apart from some welcome jolts of color, “Oxbow” was a rather dull, leaden affair.

    Review

    MeccaFest doesn’t take the place of Yardfest

    MeccaFest doesn’t take the place of Yardfest

    The concert organized after Howard University removed live music from its homecoming failed to draw crowds.

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    'Sex With Strangers' (Trailer)

    'Sex With Strangers' (Trailer)

    "Sex with Strangers" makes its local debut at Arlington's Signature Signature. Directed by Laura Eason and starring Holly Twyford. Through Dec. 7.
    D.C. gets a major dose of Hollywood with Jay Leno, Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon

    D.C. gets a major dose of Hollywood with Jay Leno, Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon

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    For Leno, imitation is flattery

    As Jay Leno is honored with the 17th Annual Mark Twain Prize, his fellow comics attempt to imitate him.
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    Butternut squash 'noodle' salad, constructed | Plate Lab

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    Ovechkin's music video cameo was a joke that became reality

    Ovechkin's music video cameo was a joke that became reality

    Washington Capitals captain Alexander Ovechkin dishes on how he scored a sultry lead role in Russian pop singer Katya Lel's new music video, "Let Them Talk."

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