In a city where strangers suss out one another’s vocations within minutes of meeting, food clubs like The Charcuterie Club D.C., Baseball-Sandwich Club and Young Winos of D.C. allow gourmands to drop the script.
Why would Fox air a series with just one character? Will there be any dialogue? And, most importantly, how on earth was this going to work? After watching the pilot, I have some answers.
Get a group of international musicians together, and the result could easily be ear-splitting. After all, different cultures often have wildly incompatible tunings, scales and instruments.
Anchored by house band The Dynamites, the show features interconnected sets from Eric Krasno, Alecia Chakour, Lee Fields and Irma Thomas.
In “The Lazarus Effect,” opening Friday, a team of people who have never seen a movie attempt to bring various dead things back to life.
Deirdre Evans-Pritchard, director of the DC Independent Film Festival, knows you can go elsewhere for your movies.
New property acquisitions prime Bill Thomas to dominate Adams Morgan at U and Florida.
Column | The Redskins’ fifth overall draft selection may suddenly be worth much more following the NFL scouting combine.
For many chefs, adding a chicken entree to a menu is a necessary evil aimed to please the masses. We found dishes from Doi Moi, Ocopa, Fainting Goat and DBGB that suggest otherwise.
Dr. Andrea advises a reader who feels distant after his wife's weight loss, and another whose boyfriend balks at marriage talk