Monthly Archives: September 2017

Queen Victoria and her teacher get equal billing in the title of the new feel-good movie — just nowhere else.

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Kylie Jenner is also part of the suit.

"I Am," a recently opened exhibit at the American University Museum, features works by 31 female artists with roots in 12 countries in the region.

  • Vanessa H. Larson
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  • Exhibits
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  • Sep 28
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A popular exhibit returns to the Newseum, several plays open and Iota says goodbye.

The complicated world of trophy hunting, the complex identities of Palestinians worldwide, and THE VERY LOUD WORLD OF BLACK SABBATH.

One track is from the band's current tour mates, Khruangbin.

  • Review

Lincoln's version of Camp David offered cemetery views and a steady stream of uninvited guests.

  • Perspective

Throwing short and sticking with the run pay off.

  • Rick Snider
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  • Sports
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  • Sep 27
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The bassist still seems perplexed when audiences show up to see his British jazz trio in America.

"Almost every single fight — internationally, locally, whatever — is … about what your place is in the world and culture," says playwright Karen Zacarias.

This D.C. stage actor is sleeping in before he takes in dinner and a show.

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One is a dependable veteran, and the other has "just scratched the surface of his potential."

  • Ben Raby
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  • Sports
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  • Sep 26
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Take your mobile munching to the next level with these home-grown treats.

Maryland's Conowingo Dam is one of the best places in the world to see bald eagles, and you don't have to be a pro photographer to get a great shot.

We’ve given some area glamping sites the identities of celebrities to highlight their perks and level of swank.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who wishes her husband was there for her, and another reader who's trying to figure out how to go from being a friend to being the boss.

File under: Rich People Stuff.

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