Plus: "Queer Eye's" Jonathan Van Ness brings his podcast to the Bentzen Ball.


‘Dave’ musical takes D.C. to a White House that’s not quite our own

The Arena Stage production adapts the 1993 film about a presidential doppelganger who steps in for the real commander in chief.

With his first time at the Kennedy Center and brand-new material, Patton Oswalt is home again

He started at a D.C. club 30 years ago. Now he's back on one of the area's biggest stages.

5 things to do in D.C. this week

Your options include comedy, concerts and the D.C. debut of "The Scottsboro Boys."

The fest celebrates all things humorous, including stand-up, sketch, improv, music and podcasts.

The new exhibit showcases the sly humor in nearly 100 prints and drawings spanning Leonardo to R. Crumb. 

A Looney Tunes series, "The Sandlot" and "Zoolander" are the special movie events you can't miss.

Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal play two men trying to old on to an old friendship while everything around them changes.

Pet fashion shows, drunk lectures, musicals invented on the fly — these fun variety shows keep local comedians on their toes.

When she’s not onstage at the Kennedy Center with her show "Generation Gap," the comedian is spending time getting reacquainted with her hometown.

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The master impressionist relishes the chance to hone her stand-up comedy and bond with audiences onstage.

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Plus, Dr. Andrea helps a reader who's been bothered for years by a sister's puzzling comment about their mother.

The new TruTV anthology series "Misfits & Monsters" tells a different story from the warped mind of comedian Bobcat Goldthwait every week.

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He gets the glory in action movies. Now it's time for Dwayne Johnson to get the girl.

The club is touting the 20,000-seat facility as the revenue generator it needs to reclaim its top-tier status among MLS teams.

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The low-key Englishman was drawn to the vibe in D.C. as opposed to the hectic atmosphere of New York or Los Angeles.

A lot of people on Twitter have been asking why Metro has been making announcements to inform people they’re riding in a 7000-series train. And they haven’t been satisfied by the answers they’re getting.

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