Monthly Archives: November 2018

The organization that produced the likes of Bill Murray and Tina Fey has found a steady laugh partner in D.C. audiences, presenting shows this December at Woolly Mammoth Theatre and the Kennedy Center.

The George Washington Masonic National Memorial pays tribute to the founding father while also showcasing Freemason finery from the recent, less-woke past.

Two annual events will light up the Potomac on Saturday night.

Thanks to a bit of "theater magic," the new production of Paula Vogel's 2015 play features a splash of stormy weather.

Non-English speakers make up a considerable portion of Metro's ridership. What is the agency doing about it?

The D.C. theater veteran gets lunch at Eastern Market, explores the monuments and takes in some Irish music on her perfect day in the city.

  • Perspective

Washington's running game and run defense have faltered during a two-game losing streak.

Plus, the Jameela Jamil-Cardi B detox tea drama is just as messy as it sounds.

Pllus, from now on Twitter is the leading authority on how to find "the one." Or a manatee.

Plus, Dr. Andrea helps a reader who isn't sure just how much work is required to keep a relationship going.

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