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If you head to Baltimore this weekend, it’ll be hard to miss Artscape.
On Thursday, five dogs will vie for a single spot in the BSO’s production of “A Midsummer’s Night Dream.”
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.
No, Henry and Emily Folger were not coffee entrepreneurs. And it was never a guarantee that their Shakespeare collection would end up on East Capitol Street.
William Shakespeare never set foot in Washington, but he's left quite an impression. Why do we love the playwright so much?
The Kennedy Center, the 9:30 Club, the Newseum: All are among your picks for the best museum, movie and music destinations.
The desanctified church at 700 Delaware Ave. SW looks like 1,000 cans of paint sneezed on it: The exterior is covered in black-and-white polka dots, Jackson Pollock-y splashes and undulating ribbons of neon. Georgia-based artist Hense spent two weeks composing the trippy mural wrap on the building — which, after sitting vacant for more than […]
‘Daa-naa-yash vn ghii Smithsonian Dee-ne Xwee-nish Lhestlh-xat!’ Now you can say “Welcome to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival” to Alfred “Bud” Lane, the only fluent speaker of Siletz Dee-ni left on Earth. Lane will demonstrate the Siletz Indians’ traditional basket-weaving techniques as one of 310 cultural ambassadors attending the Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall (through […]