Column | The Redskins’ season is essentially over at 1-5, so what’s left to watch over the remaining 10 games? Here are five storylines to follow since scoreboard watching is now pointless.
Whether he’s portraying a police officer, a dentist or an angry bird, comedian Hannibal Buress is almost always playing “comedian Hannibal Buress.”
The Hirshhorn, a hollow cylinder on legs, looks like a spaceship, ready to blast off on a mission to spread modern art to other galaxies.
As he prepared for his first season as Capitals coach, Barry Trotz underscored the importance of his defensemen contributing offensively.
Keyboardist Marco Benevento is experiencing something new as he tours behind his latest record, “Swift.”
Last month, Tudor Place Historic House and Garden debuted “Eating Local," a collection of cookbooks, grocery lists and kitchen implements used by residents of the house from 1816 to 1983. The main takeaway? These people loved their pork.
The film, out Friday, tells the story of four black students at a largely white, Ivy League-esque fictional college.
In “Whiplash,” J.K. Simmons plays Fletcher, who feels the best way to teach jazz is to destroy his students’ souls.
The writer-director has created one of the most emotionally brutal yet compulsively watchable films of the year.
On Montreal-bred band Ought’s debut album, “More Than Any Other Day,” lead singer Tim Beeler struggles to quiet his restless mind.
By Dean Essner |