As "The Play That Goes Wrong" stumbles into D.C., we asked actors to recall their most memorable live theater missteps.
"Banned in DC" chronicles D.C. punk's formative years and the women who revolutionized the scene.
Plus: Phish's Trey Anastasio will bring a new project to The Anthem and Imogen Heap heads stateside for the first time in a while.
Catch a concert or visit a garbage-themed bar pop-up.
Plus, Twitter is abuzz after Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, broke a royal rule that actually isn't a royal rule.
Ahead of his Kennedy Center show Friday, we got the star of Puddles Pity Party to chat about his mournful pop song covers.
This woman will bend time and space for a good mimosa.
Pamela Burns owns her own personal shopping business in D.C.
“Are you getting a job at Amazon?” is what probably a half-dozen friends and relatives have texted you since the company announced it’s coming to Northern Virginia.
The dancing violinist takes a cue from her stint on "Dancing with the Stars" to drum up an elaborate production at The Anthem on Friday.
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