Fifth in a monthly series. Never mind that grazing at the Reading Terminal Market is the equivalent of shad swimming upstream. The Philadelphia tourist attraction, an expanse of 80 or so vendors below a former train shed, is where Rick Nichols says we should meet for lunch, and if the city’s unofficial food ambassador says […]
Welcome to the Hotlist, a monthly preview of the happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead. Here's what's coming up in July.
The $20 Diner's Hunger Games: Eating everything served by the Nationals and Orioles and keeping score.
Suns out, suds out: These are the seasonal pours to look for, whether you're heading for a barbecue or a barstool.
FIRST BITE | Chef Alex Garcia combines Cuban, American and other flavors, but not always logically.
Two options for hip-hop heads looking for something beyond the usual radio fare.
Jake Gyllenhaal transforms into a boxer for Antoine Fuqua’s latest film.
Four places to grab a beer, a burger or listen to one of the city's most outrageously stocked jukeboxes.
Monsoon and S.T.O.R.M. Reggae Band headlines tonight's show at the Carter Barron Amphitheatre.
The London rapper never left the scene. In fact, he has only gotten better. See for yourself at U Street Music Hall.
Louisville band hits Merriweather Post Pavilion on Sunday with special guest Jason Isbell as the opener.
Now THIS is a veggie burger.
There’s a right way to take your dog out to dinner or happy hour.
Sway to Sam Smith's soulful crooning, sip Port City's first barrel-aged beer, get to know farms in Maryland and Virginia and shut up and dance at the Kennedy Center.
Man's best friend is frequent happy-hour companion at these outdoor spaces.
The Bumper Jacksons and the Junior League Band bring a touch of tradition to the Birchmere Saturday.
Going Out Guide concert features the ambitious Monsoon and S.T.O.R.M. as the headliner.
Saul Navidad sells salvaged pieces from old homes at his North Brentwood store, Vintage House Parts & Radiators.