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Drink beer at the National Zoo, watch Steve Martin's new musical at the Kennedy Center and attend the preview night of the Washington Ballet's "The Nutcracker."

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The Prince George's County gaming property is scheduled to open later next year.

Chef Cedric Maupillier's fried chicken coq au vin combines the best of French and American fare.

Ryan Coogler's latest film features a "rich and rewarding" performance by Michael B. Jordan and the return of Sylvester Stallone as Rocky Balboa.

Jill Scott headlines the R&B revue at Verizon Center Dec. 3.

$20 DINER | The Rockville strip center offers a wealth of international cuisines.

Get an early start to the holiday with friends, dance the day and night away on Thanksgiving, catch Miley Cyrus's over-the-top tour and watch "Home Alone" with the NSO.

Pastrami sandwiches, cocktails, a diner and market are all planned for the building's retail spaces.

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2 stars | The San Francisco transplant boasts stellar service and some unique fish dishes.

Journey and The Doobie Brothers will unite in Virginia and Troye Sivan is set for two shows in D.C.

Chef Robin Li wants diners to move beyond the mindset of the typical styrofoam-container carryout joint.

Christ Child Opportunity Shop offers estate-sale flair, a hoarder’s volume and a chance to help those in need.

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