Despite the occasional flooded Metro station, D.C.-area commuters have lots to cheer this month. In honor of Santa, here's a list. (Feel free to check it twice.)
“Five Armies” is better than “Smaug,” but not because it sticks closer to the pages of “The Hobbit.” It’s better because it’s a better movie.
Column | There’s a three-sided power struggle between Redskins coach Jay Gruden, general manager Bruce Allen and quarterback Robert Griffin III.
After an early-season hiccup in which he allowed 12 goals in three starts, the 25-year-old has been one of the NHL’s sturdiest goaltenders.
Last summer, Nicole Atkins opened a string of shows for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. At exactly one of those shows — on July 23 at Constitution Hall — Atkins and her two-piece backing band earned a standing ovation from the crowd.
Co-founded by David Fogel and Joe Liehr, Bump ’n Grind will serve craft coffees and house a record marketplace with more than 1,500 new releases (many by local record labels) available for sale.
If you lit candles on Wednesday, you know you’ve only got six more nights to party before Hanukkah ends on Christmas Eve.
We’re not sure what we love more about chef Ed Witt’s newish fall dish: the crunch of the quail skin, or the bitter-meets-sweet rub made with cocoa, coffee, ancho chilies and allspice that’s slathered all over it.
“A lot of the deaths are funny, but somehow the cumulative effect ends up hitting you somewhere real, somewhere inside, where you realize, ‘We are all going to die. That sucks,’ ” co-director Judd Palmer says.
In “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” out Friday, Ben Stiller’s character travels the world to various museums, most of which make people pay to get in. Isn’t that weird? We’re so spoiled by the Smithsonian. Anyway, museums have been movie mainstays for millenniums. The Louvre Few things will ruin a stay in […]