Miya Ando and Jiha Moon bring multicultural viewpoints: Ando a Buddhist-industrial style, and Moon, Korean and Chinese imagery.
Spend your weekend enjoying tropical cocktails or waterfront views at one of these new rooftop bars.
A cavernous beer hall with board games and fireplaces, a modern Israeli restaurant and a vegetable-focused Philadelphia import are among the newcomers.
With the Washington Monument closed until spring 2019, there's no topping the vista from the Old Post Office Tower.
Jazz Appreciation Month wraps up at the Smithsonian with a weekend-long big-band festival.
The soul singer chatted with us ahead of her Thursday Kennedy Center show about her new covers album and future podcast.
The Maryland bassist, vocalist and bandleader celebrates the release of a new recording.
This chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe takes you to a place that most superhero movies don’t — and where you may not want to go.
In addition to the Broccoli City Festival, you can see Beck, B.B. and Moneybagg Yo live.
Canadian singer Lindi Ortega brings her rootsy, spaghetti western-inspired songs of love and heartbreak to Union Stage.
Wiseguy Pizza, a local order-at-the-counter chain, has a new location opening in Navy Yard this summer.
District Winery’s first made-in-D.C. wine uses California grapes. Is it still a local product?
Urban wineries make long drives to wine country a thing of the past.
Singer-songwriter’s alt-rock album “Girlfriend” is now the score to Signature’s “Girlfriend.”
Celebrate William Shakespeare's birthday with sword fights, sonnets and cake at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Where to imbibe and revive after your drive to this picturesque town.
Two of jazz legend’s most devoted disciples will take the stage: McCoy Tyner and Ravi Coltrane.
Amy Schumer, once so incisive and woke with her comedy, seems to have gotten lazy.