Streetcar service in D.C. ended in 1962. Since then, the National Capital Trolley Museum has kept the flame alive.
“Guardians of the Galaxy" showcases a team of misfits out to save the universe; the GoGs join the ranks of other crime-fighting clubs.
Eric Schaeffer and Donna Migliaccio, the co-founders of Signature Theatre, weren’t really dreaming big when it all started a quarter of a century ago. “We just thought, ‘Let’s hope we make it through another year,’ ” Schaeffer remembers.
After indie-rock duo The Rosebuds wrap an August tour, multi-instrumentalist Kelly Crisp is finally going to get around to writing that novel. Maybe.
You can’t help but feel a little sorry for the lettuce and tomato on Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken’s latest creation.
It’s easy to overlook the roughage when it’s sandwiched between a fried chicken filet and an Old Bay doughnut.
If it’s squirmy, stinky and edible, chances are Andrew Zimmern has tasted it. The star of Travel Channel’s “Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern” headlines Strathmore’s Appetite Festival on Saturday.
Nauti Foods, a floating cafe on the Potomac River, launched last week to satisfy seafarers. Here are other food deserts where we wish grub were more readily available.
The Sheppard is a new speakeasy off of Dupont Circle where there's a strict no-photo rule and the bartender, Jack Caminos, pours Prohibition-inspired cocktails.
Last week La Tomate, opened an adjoining cafe serving Illy coffee and casual bites. The ricotta cheesecake laced with Sambuca (an anise-flavored Italian liqueur) and topped with a fennel preserve is worth seconds.
The band was pretty surprised to learn they have a new album.