Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • Perspective

The Kentucky Derby champion's vet suspects the horse has a superior cardiovascular system.

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  • Sports
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The world's most meta superhero has a soft spot. It's just really hard to find. REALLY hard.

And more of what's popular online.

Your options include comedy, concerts and the D.C. debut of "The Scottsboro Boys."

Plus: Nine Inch Nails asks fans to line up for tickets.

The Holocaust drama, having its East Coast premiere at Everyman Theatre, is a historical story that rings true today.

  • Review

Hop-on, hop-off, I rode and reviewed 'em all — and did a lot of eavesdropping along the way. Here's a guide to the best options for tourists and locals alike.

"Ain't No Back to a Merry-Go-Round," "Pope Francis: A Man of His Word" and the 48-Hour Film Project all try to take down "Deadpool 2" at the box office this weekend.

And more of what's popular online.

The president of DC Rollergirls is on the hunt for a BLT with avocado.

And more of what's trending online.

No one has pitched more innings since 2013, when Scherzer won the first of his three Cy Young Awards.

  • Matt Weyrich
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Plus, another reader wants to be strong but feels like they have no strength left.

And more of what's popular online.

Reggie Watts hosts the ingeniously goofy game show, which asks contestants — such as Lisa Lampanelli and Freddie Highmore — to complete absurd challenges.

No comedic actor is good enough to save bad material.

The pop-up bar is a decked out replica of St. George's Chapel.

"Black Out" features both historic and contemporary examples of the art form, including one of the earliest known likenesses of a gay couple in the U.S.

The eccentric singer is taking everything he’s learned from his Talking Heads days and his more recent tours to create a live show that’ll blow your mind.

The fifth edition of the annual street festival will include post-shows in Southwest and Northeast.

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