Catch the reopening of the Washington Monument, a new art exhibit from a pioneering feminist artist and the Washington Mystics playoff opener.

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Four ideas that beat scrolling through your social media feed while nibbling at leftovers.

This weekend brings the final events of D.C. Beer Week, but offers up a family day at the Reach and a street market in Blagden Alley.

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Here’s what parents need to know.

See Quando Rondo, K A G, Sigrid and Brent Cobb live.

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The British singer-songwriter is coming to the Anthem this month.

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The Entertainment and Sports Arena welcomes fans with local eats, loud crowds and easy access.

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“Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice” celebrates the music of the multi-platinum-selling artist.

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‘Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins’ celebrates the outspoken commentator.

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The actress rules over the raunchy, gloriously liberated revenge fantasy.

The Park View restaurant serves up fresh, all-teff injera just as the namesake would have done in Addis Ababa.

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Mexican film is a combination of social realism and magical realism.

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Donna Tartt’s novel of lost innocence doesn’t survive the leap to the screen.

Catch D.C. Beer Week events, “Get Out” in a cemetery and an acclaimed Broadway play at the Kennedy Center.

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FIRST BITE | Carefully aged kimchi, dynamite dumplings and more Korean treats at Danny Lee’s latest collaboration.

The ex-spy hopes her experience, depicted in Gavin Hood's new film, inspires people to speak up.

D.C.’s newest cultural hub is hosting hundreds of events across multiple genres.

The kawaii Japanese metal band is bringing its tour to D.C. in September.

It’s festival weekend in D.C., with celebrations of international music, the new Kennedy Center addition and local neighborhoods.

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Here’s what parents need to know.

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Horror sequel based on the Stephen King novel is overstuffed and overlong.

  • Alan Zilberman
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