Moving is never easy, but Julianne Brienza has some special challenges as she attempts to relocate Capital Fringe, the theater nonprofit she runs.
Zambia’s biggest export is copper. But Namaala Liebenthal would like to see the landlocked African nation become known for something even shinier: the faces of people joyfully busting a move.
Before you devour any of those fun-size chocolate bars, make sure you’ve earned your treat. That shouldn’t be so tricky this month, which promises events for every fitness level (and costume).
Dr. Andrea advises a reader on whether it's a problem to have a boyfriend who's always way more energetic. Also: Is my girlfriend using her period as an excuse to be mean to me?
No longer can millions of children lie upon their bellies in front of the TV, cereal in hand, feet waving in the air, their eyeballs glued to the same cartoon.
As D.C. United winds down a stunning turnaround season, three of the team’s key components are up for MLS honors.
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.