As part of a $37 million renovation, the National Museum of American History has carved a 100-foot-wide window out of what used to be solid concrete and stone, offering a new view of the National Mall and a modernist masterpiece called Gwenfritz.
The most popular form of Persian calligraphy has become almost synonymous with Persian culture itself.
When Sally Ride died in 2012 at the age of 61, the world was taken by surprise.
Judy Garland collaborates with Judy Garland in a video installation at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
John Kennedy Kane had two strikes against him when he decided to pursue ringmastering (it’s a word!) as a career.
To create the multimedia theater piece “The Intergalactic Nemesis: Robot Planet Rising,” High Muckety-Muck — that’s the actual title he uses in his email signature — Jason Neulander looked to the past. And then dragged it into the future.
Last Saturday, Daniel Boulud made a triumphant return with the debut of DBGB (931 H St. NW), a French-meets-American bistro modeled after his New York City hit of the same name. We chatted with the chef over coffee and madeleines.
File Sakana under “best values in D.C.” The Dupont Circle sushi spot serves the traditional mainstays (California, yellow tail and scallion) as well as creative spins, including the Sakana tempura roll.
Many core players were on the 2012 team that fell to the Cardinals in five games of the NLDS. They have experience, but the Nationals will need more than that to make a deep run this October.
“Marie Antoinette didn’t even say ‘Let them eat cake,’ but that’s what everyone remembers her for,” says Kimberly Gilbert, who portrays the doomed royal in Woolly Mammoth’s season opener, “Marie Antoinette."