Dust off your costume and embrace your inner superhero for Washington's geekiest gathering.
After headlining Saturday night’s Awesome Con-cert at the Black Cat, W.K. will drop some wisdom during a motivational seminar on Sunday.
For months, Amara Tiebout and Lindsay Smyers have been planning their Awesome Con costumes.
The play is a behind-the-scenes imagining of the 1978 peace negotiations between President Jimmy Carter, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
Like a good peanut butter and pickle sandwich, Gangstagrass is proof that the most unlikely pairings can yield delicious results.
Curator Alicia Adams scoured the Earth to find nine shows to premiere on American soil.
When filmmaker Joel Allen Schroeder was a kid, his role model was a tiny, ink-drawn troublemaker in the comics section: the human half of Calvin and Hobbes.
Laughter, the saying goes, is the best medicine. And even if it isn’t strong enough for a cure, it might help you understand the root of your sickness. That’s director Michael Dove’s goal for Forum Theatre’s "Pluto."
Spain’s ingenious — and slightly loco — efforts to turn mealtime into art are on display in ‘Tapas: Spanish Design for Food,' a traveling exhibit currently at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain.
D.C. hip-hop artist Christylez Bacon has hustled hard, earning a Grammy nomination and a local fan base, but he won’t take a gig unless it furthers his vision for the world