Monthly Archives: June 2017

Director Sofia Coppola's new movie examines how misogyny can make women turn on each other.

And, a dog maternity shoot and poutine donuts.

How a medically-induced coma led to a love better than any fairy tale.

Escape the heat by heading to Russia, traveling into the past, or going backstage with some of the smallest names who play for music's biggest acts.

The gallery is touting the exhibit as the first exploration by an art museum of Plath’s visual imagination — evident in self-portraits, sketches, collages and family photographs.

An all-American Folklife Festival lineup focuses on circus culture and immigrants.

Plus: Shakira and Liam Gallagher announce D.C. tour dates.

  • Perspective

If you're not afraid of taking a dip in Anacostia sewage water, give this sport a try.

The country-ish rocker continues his recent winning streak with this month’s "The Nashville Sound."

And, Guy Fieri unlocks the secret of Donkey Sauce.

Hirshhorn director Melissa Chiu explains why Ai Weiwei used Legos for his portraits of political activists, and the secret meaning of his alpaca wallpaper.

What a good boy.

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.

Movie marketing could use a bit more mystery.

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.

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