These days, Isabella Rossellini is more likely to writhe around in an earthworm costume than appear in ads as the elegant face of Lancome.
A yellowing piece of parchment covered in Latin, the Magna Carta now on view at the Library of Congress is as charming as a tax form.
At Artisphere in downtown Rosslyn, about 4,000 moths are beginning to hatch from their cocoons. Don’t worry; your sweaters are safe, says artist Elsabe Dixon.
Thirty-eight startups gave their very best elevator pitches at the D.C. Challenge Cup last week. They'll be back in D.C. in May for the Global Finals.
The Shakespeare Theatre Company plans to build a campus that will include rehearsal studios, a costume shop, administrative offices, apartments for visiting artists and market-rate housing.
Commodore Joshua Barney was treated well after surrendering and handing over his sword to British Army General Robert Ross in 1814. Ross' descendant returned the sword and it is on display at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy.
The memoir “Little Failure” is as funny and heartfelt as Shteyngart’s fiction.
If you’re already dreading Christmas card season, be glad that you didn’t live in the early 1900s. Back then, people sent festive postcards for every darn holiday.
Bridal applications for wearable technology could include Terminator-style displays of wedding guests' vital stats.
Getting hit in the face with a rake isn’t just for vaudeville acts — more than a thousand Americans suffered from rake-related injuries last year alone, according to our analysis of data from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.