Thursday is a big night for the Brooklyn-based comic, who had a supporting role on the short-lived Fox sitcom “Mulaney” and has appeared on “Inside Amy Schumer” and “The Nightly Show.”
Having just wrapped his first proper headlining tour, GoldLink (real name: D’Anthony Carlos) is curating a concert on Wednesday at the 9:30 Club called The Sound of Tomorrow D.C.
By Dean Essner |
In “Ant-Man" Paul Rudd is a man who wears a suit that gives him the qualities of an ant, and those two sides of him are joined by a hyphen.
Though sherry hails from Spain, this new supper club insists it pairs well with Asian cuisines. The inaugural dinner ($100) takes place on July 27 at Crane & Turtle and includes six courses prepared by chef Makoto Hamamura.
A handful of restaurants in the D.C. area are serving super-sized versions of beloved classics. Some are purely a gimmick, while others are rooted in tradition or enhance the taste.
Sure, the series is a goofy, silly cartoon about an actor trying to make a comeback, but it’s also an incredibly dark and surprisingly nuanced meditation on depression, fame, family and friendship.
Column | The second-year Redskins coach says last year's 4-12 season was a "learning experience."
Mess Hall, a food incubator in Northeast D.C., will play host to Barbeque World, an all-day celebration of smoked meats. DC Brau, Logan's Sausage and boozey milkshakes will also make an appearance.
We asked representatives at some of the city’s best bookshops for the summer’s most gripping reads, as well as their favorite outdoor spots where you can get lost in the plot lines.
Scherzer entered the All-Star break tops in the NL in innings pitched (132), second in strikeouts (150) and tied for second in ERA (2.11).
By Ben Raby |