Want to become famous in the field of neuroscience? You could spend decades slaving away in labs. Or you could fall victim to a freak accident.
Local D.C. bands will compete to open for (relatively) big names through the crowd-funding website Rabbl.
On Thursday, five dogs will vie for a single spot in the BSO’s production of “A Midsummer’s Night Dream.”
Degas and Cassatt brought out the best in each other’s work.
Grab will debut his double-necked, 14-stringed, Kickstarter-funded creation Thursday at Strathmore Mansion.
For a city considered humorless, D.C. is teeming with regular folks who want to give comedy a try.
The Washington area is becoming a hotbed for amateur stand-up comedy.
His character barks but can speak English when the spirit moves him.
You have to give Betsy James credit for originality. The 17-year-old’s idea of a good first date with her future husband, Andrew Wyeth, was to take him to meet her disabled, incontinent, middle-aged friend.
Sculptor Jun Kaneko has been screening his calls. Ever since the San Francisco Opera debuted the Japanese-American artist’s whimsical sets and costumes for Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” in 2012, directors have been clamoring for his designs.