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Don't let the commercials convince you it's just a comedy.
Plus, Japan may have a serious case of actual CAT burglars.
When he's not busy managing Union Stage and Jammin Java, the local music entrepreneur prefers to unplug with friends and family.
"Home/Brewed" offers a glimpse into the long-lost history of D.C.'s Christian Heurich Brewing Co.
'Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop' book discussion at the Kennedy Center and esports' big debut at Entertainment & Sports Arena top this week's list.
Baltimore Sun photojournalist Amy Davis spent a past decade documenting these old theaters for “Flickering Treasures."
Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out!
When you can take on your friends in immersive Mario Kart, defeat an evil computer or throw some punches in a virtual bar fight, why would you ever return to real life?
The opera, based on the real story of WWI's Christmas truce and now at the Kennedy Center, speaks the language of peace. And French and German and English.
Former coach was happy to see the team go all the way, even without him
The "Another Period" star once thought having a baby was an avoidable mistake. Now, she's a new mother with plenty to say about parenthood.
A couple of weeks ago, Wiehle-Reston East-bound Silver Line trains weren’t running at five stations from Largo Town Center to Benning Road.
Plus, someone decided to animate Mr. Mime, and yes, it will haunt your dreams.
The long-running reality show is a surprisingly sharp meditation on the nature of love.
Can faithful supporters prove star cornerback Josh Norman wrong?
The renovated 32,000-square-foot, eight-story building on I Street NW serves as a home base for Arizona State University programs.
“At any given time there are a lot of ears listening to me — that’s a lot of power,” says Taylor, host of "Midday Shenanigans."
Plus, turns out Pixar is great at making movies, but not at identifying utensils.
Plus, Dr. Andrea advises a reader whose boyfriend's mom is pushing buttons with her critical 'jokes.'
Plus, the NRA tried to tell doctors they shouldn't be concerned with gun control. That went about as well as one would expect.
The ho-hum action movie doesn't quite deserve to get smashed with a heavy book, but moviegoers should avoid it anyway.