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5 summer music festivals to catch in D.C., Maryland and Virginia

Each year, the season brings more fests than you could possibly attend. We'll help you sort through them.

‘The Liberation’ looks at who can take the heat in D.C. Central Kitchen

A D.C. filmmaker wanted to show audiences a program that gives people a boost into the culinary world. It took a lot to make that happen.

An illustrated guide to the ‘Hamilton’ stage

Walls that grow! Really sturdy desks! We chatted with "Hamilton" designer David Korins about the hit musical's set secrets.

Introducing Kery Murakami, Express' new transit columnist.

Netflix's "The Break With Michelle Wolf" can be hit-or-miss, but the show's high points are absolutely brilliant.

Chances are you’ll be approached by one someday (or want to put yourself on their radar), and navigating the tricky world of recruiting can pay off.

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Gubler manages relations between the park’s visitors and the 50-plus species of mammals that inhabit Shenandoah, including about 400 to 600 black bears.

Buy tickets to these shows before they sell out!

The Parrs are back to battle bad guys, math and the balance between protecting your kids and allowing them to take the risks that enable them to develop life skills.

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Options include: art, music and lots of comedy.

Universally accepted as the top two soccer talents on the planet, the superstars share a glaring hole in their legacies.

Miles and miles of adventure and fun await you at these beach destinations. Which one is calling you?

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A kamikaze training airplane, a German dive suit, a nuclear submarine missile — this museum has it all.

Catch a whiskey-soaked showing of "True Grit," Ian McKellan talking about his life, and an onscreen version of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time."

How did an instrument that originated in Africa become the nearly exclusive property of white folk musicians? Black banjo player Dom Flemons explains.

The Studio Theatre artistic director wants to go biking in Marshall, Va. How will he get there? A shuttle with breakfast on board, of course.

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Choreographer Sergio Trujillo breaks down the moves in the Broadway-bound jukebox musical.

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Recognition never felt so sweet.

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Revelers had no qualms about skipping work to celebrate the Stanley Cup win.

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