Monthly Archives: September 2017

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who thinks her sister is being ungracious, and another reader who wonders if it's time to tell the guy she's been seeing about her past eating disorder.

And, have you seen the 'Elf on the Shelf' meme?

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Arcade Fire arrived in Washington on Saturday as "the undefeated, undisputed heavyweight champions of the world."

TMZ said it's about a "sexually suggestive" video.

After all, high school is rife with intrigue and conspiracies.

"Mother!" is Jennifer Lawrence's best work in years. So what if that's not saying much?

And more of what's popular online.

“It’s one of those avant-garde classics that sticks around, because you can always reinterpret it in light of whatever the big fear of the moment is,” its star says. “And obviously, there’s plenty of those right now.”

A bike ride, some fried pickles, some baseball. And just a bit of drinking.

Kim Gordon won't say exactly what she'll be playing at the Hirshhorn on Sunday, but it's probably safe to say that you won't be humming it on your way home.

"The Princess Bride" comes to Strathmore for a behind-the-scenes discussion of the beloved film. You know, as you've wished.

Movies that can take you back in time or around the world.

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I should have known my team was in trouble when we flubbed the "sign the liability waver" challenge.

Concerts and comedy should highlight your upcoming entertainment plans.

Plus: How you can spend New Year's Eve at 9:30 Club or The Anthem.

And more of what's popular online.

Check out the roving bands, costumed performers and artisans hawking 18th-century goods.

And more of what's popular online.

Booker T. Jones will headline the new concert venue and restaurant's first show on Oct. 12.

A new exhibit showcases miniature versions of large-scale installations by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov.

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