Monthly Archives: October 2017

And, see Trumps's awkward moment with a T. Rex.

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Coaches and players won't admit it, but the team isn't healthy enough to make a run.

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Dr. Andrea helps a reader who feels burdened by a friend's endless "favors," and advises another reader riddled with doubts about a long-term relationship.

The Hirshhorn welcomed it's millionth visitor today! If director Melissa Chiu got a whole day off to celebrate, here's what she'd do.

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With her perky demeanor and a slightly demented glint in her eye, Sedaris manages to be upbeat as well as offbeat.

Writer and director Yorgos Lanthimos returns to his signature style with "The Killing of a Sacred Deer." Are demented movies that destroy audiences mentally and spiritually all that he can do?

Dallas Clayton shares how he spreads kindness and what keeps him up at night.

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“The more we’ve looked at it, the more dimensions there are in it,” director Alan Paul says. “I think [the audience] will see new things in it because we did too."

Everyone in this small town is a little bit weird.

Finger and Weber will bring their podcast to life in a show at Sixth & I on Monday.

We rang up the comics to discuss the origins of their stand-up show, how it's evolved and what they admire about each other’s comedy.

Jackie Greene and Anders Osborne team up and Gypsy Sally's throws a trio of Halloween parties.

We've got general tips plus a step-by-step guide to making this circus ringleader outfit.

The best, easiest ways to create a spooky space.

Star Miles Teller and writer-director Jason Hall on "pretending" to go to war, honoring the film's real-life subjects and why saying "thanks" just isn't enough.

The Washington West Film Festival supports good causes; "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" is creepy; "Little Shop of Horrors" proves that dentists are evil.

"The city is shaped like a diamond, and to me it’s a gem."

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The live band, lame food and polite conversations with older folks in formalwear — the whole experience was eerily familiar.

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