Monthly Archives: June 2019

Grab your lanyard and oversized blazer and get ready for $5 happy hour specials — summer intern season is in full swing.

  • Chelsea Cirruzzo
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Plus, Dr. Andrea advises a reader who's tired of having the same fight over and over again with the boyfriend.

Host Elizabeth Banks does her best, but the network's latest revival of a classic game show is a mind-boggling train wreck.

Plus, the new "Spider-Man" poster is terrible, but still somehow better than my own graphic design skills. But mostly it's bad.

D.C and Metro acknowledged they're not checking to see if people pay their fare evasion fines. Data suggests only a small portion of the fines are actually being paid.

  • Perspective

Larry Brown went from an eighth-round pick to an MVP.

The trailblazing journalist will discuss her just-released memoir at Sidwell Friends School on Saturday in a discussion with activist Brittany Packnett.

D.C. photographer Antonia Tricarico tells the story of the city's music scene through striking images, along with essays written by female musicians.

The German singer-songwriter gets personal on her new batch on songs.

An art barge on the Anacostia and a highbrow video installation in a hotel are just two examples of how Halcyon's festival is bringing art and civic dialogue to every corner of D.C.

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