"In the Heights" is having its Spanish-language premiere in D.C. — and brings a message the city can relate to.
A true story about food, a based-on-a-true story about an Amazonian adventure, and a let's-hope-it's-not-true story about politics.
How do you tell a true story about something that some people say never happened?
Music, educational opportunities, a vendor fair and a munchie zone highlight the second annual event in D.C.
The rapper admits that marijuana is not his cause: "That's for Cypress Hill and Curren$y and people like that," he says. But "I enjoy marijuana every once in a while."
Or: How I learned that the soldiers at Union Station are naked behind their shields.
The book is a series of smart, profanity-laden letters from Osbourne — to her parents, to her body, to addiction, to bathroom “seat sprinklers.”
Gravelly Point is great, escape rooms not so much — or so we've heard.
This weekend, Drive-By Truckers brings new album "American Band" to the 9:30 Club for two shows.
You can buy this juice machine, or squeeze the juice packets yourself.
Maybe Harper is holding out for a historic payday, but if his status has anything to do with hesitation on the Nationals’ part, they need to stop waiting.
The crazy drink is only available through Sunday.
A boyfriend worries about his social schedule conflicting with his girlfriend's and Dr. Andrea helps a reader who wants people to stop asking about a falling out with a mutual friend.
Spicer is moving up in the world.
Interns come to Kalu Yala with big dreams but soon realize they’re not in paradise.
Wall scored a career playoff-best 32 points and pointed to the court to drive his point home.
And, Cam Newton's Coachella getup.
Sometimes it's hard to see the monster behind the monster.
E. Faye Butler will perform two of these songs this weekend at a cabaret show at Halcyon House.
In more breaking news: Katie and Jamie are actors.