Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A season filled with promise is off the rails before the leaves start falling, with a lone victory over a fellow cellar dweller the only highlight.
“Pride” has a positive message, zero violence and no sex — but gay characters are apparently so worrisome to those behind the MPAA curtain that depicting them, even in a G-rated manner, merits an R.
“It became two stories,” Cuesta says. “The story he began to tell, and the story of how it was spun. When the project came to me, I remembered the story, but I didn’t remember that he had to defend his story.”
French researchers have confirmed some residents’ worst fears: Washington, D.C., is a European city. That is, as far as our street grid is concerned.
Between a lengthy escalator repair project and the slew of weekend shutdowns in the works, Metro riders in Bethesda are in for a bumpy ride. So how are they handling the news?
Must-see Federal, fully renovated in 1990s! This circa 1801, three-story + basement, red-brick charmer has seven BRs, 13 fireplaces, HUGE formal dining room, drawing room, study!
Season preview | After a summer marked by widespread organizational change, there’s a sense of renewal as the Capitals prepare for Thursday night's season opener.
In her own glass case at the National Gallery of Art, Edgar Degas’ “Little Dancer Aged Fourteen,” is forever lost in her own thoughts, but she’s almost never alone. Little girls flock to the sculpture and mimic her stance, their feet in fourth position, chins tilted upward, eyes half closed.
The Reel Independent Film Extravaganza offers a little something special. “This may be the only operating film festival that was created by a practicing physician,” says Spencer Johnson, who’s both a psychiatrist and RIFE’s founder.
In his writings, Mark Bittman steers readers toward mindful eating. This Saturday, the New York Times dining columnist will discuss “How to Cook Everything Fast,” his latest cookbook at Lisner Auditorium.