The Yale-trained actor, best known as M’Baku in “Black Panther,” says the hotly anticipated film delves into “cultures of power.”

(Marvin Joseph / The Washington Post)

Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24, 2019 | “The Atlanta Child Murders” special.

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Performing at Gypsy Sally’s Thursday, the songwriter admitted he’s still not used to being onstage. “I don’t feel very good at it yet,” he said.

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Forgoing tainted money is inefficient and haphazard, but that's how we police plutocrats.

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Cable viewers digest Mueller news through Hannity, Maddow

Sean Hannity and Rachel Maddow were the windows through which many Americans took in the news that special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe has ended

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

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A year ago, the Philadelphia native was an inmate in state prison. Now he’s rapping about his unbreakable spirit.

  • Julian Kimble
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“Ink It,” at BlackRock Center for the Arts, showcases traditional techniques that yield contemporary results.

  • Mark Jenkins
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But the granddaughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt is happy to spill a few family secrets.

  • Rachel Rosenblit
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The lawmaker swatted down one theory suggested by a Fox News contributor: "I’m not a Manchurian Candidate."

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In its second year, the Direct Current festival spotlights refugees, nuclear disasters and contemporary Americana.

“The most important thing an artist has is the will to do something,” says the Tony winner, who is bringing his new work, “Analogy Trilogy,” to the Kennedy Center.

Jordan Peele's latest horror movie, "Us," once again presents a dilemma for people who are fans of pop culture but movie-going cowards.

Friday, March 22, 2019 | “Hunt for the Giant Squid “ special on Nat Geo Wild.

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“Ain’t Too Proud” at the Imperial Theatre is entertaining to the max.

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Now, artificial intelligence can write four-part harmony. It just can’t do it very well.

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Fernando Aramburu’s sprawling novel recounts the lives of ordinary people shattered by Basque separatism.

Two black actors play brothers named Lincoln (for the president) and Booth (the assassin).

  • Celia Wren
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Tell a Bible story or other old tale as another writer would. Plus “Questionable Journalism.”

Our guide to the area's top sports bars covers all the essentials, from giant screens to outstanding wings.

YouTubers 'how to' videos bring a whole new meaning to life hacks by turning it on its head.

“Giraffes on Horseback Salad” is getting a second life as a graphic novel.

  • Donald Liebenson
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The anticipated display of Ursula von Rydingsvard’s sculptures at the National Museum of Women in the Arts opens Friday.

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