The longform improv troupe will perform at the Club at Studio K.
These restaurants specialize in bowls built around a base of whole grains or superfruits.
Catch celebrations of Native cultures, take salsa lessons at the Colombian embassy and watch go-go get named the official music of the city.
Gently observational film tells a moving story about a long-married couple facing a health crisis.
Harrison Ford stars in an adaptation of Jack London’s tale of the human-dog bond.
The Silver Spring native would visit some long-gone spots, such as the Bayou in Georgetown.
‘Exquisite Agony’ and ‘Celia and Fidel’ spotlight the work of Cuban American playwrights.
Here’s what parents need to know.
At the Olney Theatre, McKeown’s songs explore the relationship between an estranged mother and daughter.
Jim Carrey, operating at maximum strength as the villainous Dr. Robotnik, is fun to watch.
Make plans for Valentine’s Day and celebrate the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and George Washington.
In 18th-century France, a portrait painter falls for her subject: a beautiful young woman.
The documentary features interviews with filmmakers, acolytes, admirers and Kael’s grown daughter.
This remake of a 2014 Swedish film paints a portrait of a marriage on thin ice.
See Trippie Redd, Eric Nam, Bat for Lashes and Cam’ron live.
The singer and fiddler player is coming to Sixth and I on Feb. 16.
Dealing with Valentine's Day can be a chore. Mix it up with a museum scavenger hunt or a trip to the go-kart track.
Tosokchon specializes in the silken-tofu stew soondubu jjigae, but the pleasures don’t stop there.
“The Woman Who Loves Giraffes” is a portrait of the unsung giraffe expert Anne Innis Dagg.
The Army veteran served in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kosovo before helping launch the Ballston cafe.