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You can spend your weekend at the movies.

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6 ways to laugh at D.C.’s Underground Comedy Fest

The festival, which includes 14 shows and dozens of comics, kicks off Wednesday and runs through April 1.

My husband’s trendy new beard is disgusting … but is there anything I can do about it?

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who doesn't like kissing her man any more, and another reader who's grown tired of a friend's constant complaints about her money situation.

Who gets to be the Cherry Blossom Queen? The process is more random than you might expect.

Follow these 5 easy steps, and next year it could be you wearing that fabulous tiara.

For 11 years, Jessica Chaffin and Jamie Denbo have pretended to be two people they’re not. Well, OK, there’s a little overlap.

"I was thinking of these things that had nothing to do with unrequited love," Gaynor says of her enduring hit, "I Will Survive."

Trump-era stress is going strong, and punching things is just one way people in D.C. are coping.

Before he gets the party started at the Fillmore on Thursday, Jean let us in on what inspires him these days.

Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out.

While taking in “H.T. Darling’s,” audiences spend about two hours wandering through the museum’s rooms and corridors, interacting with the otherworldly wonders as they see fit.

Holly Bowling plays piano and Thao goes solo.

Access to a future Silver Line Metro stop and real estate zoned for commercial use are major benefits.

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We can all agree this statue looks nothing like Ronaldo.

A ratings strategy perfected by the Kardashians.

In today's edition of "They did what?" ...

Calling all interns.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader whose life isn't measuring up to expectations, and another reader who wishes her husband would stop handing off all of the household duties.

In real news, Aaron Sorkin was shocked to learn about Hollywood's diversity issue.

And, read about a young woman's Tinder scheme.

It's a show where the odd creatures come to life.

But congrats to the couples!

And no, Rep. Paul Ryan was not listening to Papa Roach on Friday.

The spread debuted to mixed reviews.

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