A new exhibit at the American History Museum showcases five inventions that changed how the world heard.
For black filmmakers who felt as if they didn't have a voice, the Smithsonian's first-ever African American Film Festival was a long time coming.
Halloween starts early and Trevor Noah stages several stand-up shows.
Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out!
In a new work, “Dog Without Feathers," dancers embody crabs, birds and men, but never the piece's titular animal. Choreographer Deborah Colker explains why.
Festival season is only just beginning in D.C. — these four neighborhood celebrations are (mostly) free and for the entire family.
On Saturday, the National Law Enforcement Museum finally opens its doors to the public — 18 years after Congress authorized its construction in D.C.
Highlights include mold-breaking boy band Brockhampton and rootsy rock band Fruition.
Costumed metal band GWAR will return to D.C. this winter; a famous political pair are going on tour.