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Why do movie trailers give so much away?

Movie marketing could use a bit more mystery.

Grab some markers and color the walls of the Building Museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit

Summer just got a lot more colorful.

Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge finds the magic in the Grateful Dead’s music

Earlier this month, the D.C. native started singing the Jerry Garcia ballad "China Doll" live.

Timing is everything.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader whose neighbor has left everyone with a bad taste in their mouth, and another reader who is dreading running into a former friend after a nasty blowup.

J.K. Rowling had a special message for fans.

Montano ran the 800M dash last week while five months pregnant.

NASA called Goop out for its B.S.

In five or 10 years, the prospects in play could be key players on title contenders.

The '80s band visits D.C. (and Verizon Center) with Hall & Oates.

"We didn’t have an idea what it was going to be, we just wanted to welcome her back," Buckingham says. "Less than a week in we were like, 'Oh, my god, this is better than it’s ever been.' "

Thanks to a documentary about the little bank that got prosecuted, a classic Western, and a cult comedy, you can pretty much find a movie for anyone.

A new space hopes to get visitors thinking about the meaning of democracy and talking to one another — about politics of all things.

Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out!

Dance to music, laugh at jokes or eat at a food truck (for free).

Husbands share pictures from Pride events 24 years apart.

Kim and Kanye hired a surrogate.

One of the Barbie's new men has a man bun.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who doesn't want a hard day to get any harder, and another reader who was dumped and isn't sure what to make of reason given.

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