Film looks at Leonard Cohen through the lens of his best-known song
The documentary ‘Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song’ paints a portrait of a persevering artist.
4 concerts to catch in the D.C. area over the next several days
Breezy Supreme, the Chicks, Nicole Atkins and Dusty Locane perform.
Honeymoon Chicken aims high — and hits its mark
Federalist Pig pitmaster Rob Sonderman expands his reach with a fried chicken project in Petworth.
‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ is fun, if less than divine
Director Taika Waititi’s second MCU movie is entertaining, at times hilariously so, but eventually wears a bit thin.
How the co-founders of DC Vegan would spend a perfect day in D.C.
Michael Jantz Moon and Leah Curran Moon run DC Vegan and the recently opened Botanical Bar.
Glenstone unveils a monumental Richard Serra, in a custom-built space
On June 23, the Glenstone Museum opened a new, custom-designed pavilion housing a monumental 2017 sculptural installation by Richard Serra.
Kids have been missing out on summer fun. It’s time to play catch-up.
Consider this your to-do list for an unforgettable summer.
The best things to do in the D.C. area the week of June 30-July 6
The long weekend includes outdoor concerts and movies, the reopening of the National Gallery's East Building, and plenty of chances to see fireworks.
How to celebrate Independence Day in the Washington, D.C., area
Whether you're looking for concerts, parades, rooftop parties or lots of fireworks, there's something to do this weekend.
Olney Theatre reimagines ‘The Music Man’ with a deaf Harold Hill
"Only Murders in the Building" actor James Caverly plays the slippery con man Harold Hill in a production of "The Music Man" performed in American Sign Language and spoken English.
Pretty Bitter draws inspiration from the music of movies and TV
The band will perform at Comet Ping Pong on July 1 and Pie Shop on July 3.
Minions happily take a back seat in the ’70s-inspired ‘Rise of Gru’
A step up from 2015's "Minions," the latest "Despicable Me" spinoff is a perfectly painless romp that should enthrall kids and entertain adults.
‘Apples’ is a movie about amnesia that’s, well, hard to forget
In the movie 'Apples,' a man enters a strange therapy program after waking up on a bus with no memory of who he is.
‘Marcel the Shell With Shoes On’ is adorable (maybe too adorable?)
In 'Marcel the Shell With Shoes On,' Jenny Slate voices the title character, a talking shell with one googly eye and shoes.
American University Museum spotlights Caribbean American art
The 20-artist showcase represents a region where African, European, Asian and Indigenous populations have both clashed and melded.
‘Lost Illusions’ is Balzac for the 21st century
Adaptation of Balzac's 19th-century French novel is a vividly told tale with contemporary resonance.
Where to find free outdoor concerts in the D.C. area
Cover bands, jazz performers and popular artists take to parks and outdoor stages through the summer. Here's where to find them.
‘Mr. Malcolm’s List’: Not quite Jane Austen, but close
The feature debut of filmmaker Emma Holly Jones is a Regency-period romance based on a novel by Suzanne Allain.
Frank’s Burger Place in Wheaton is just the balm we need
Chef Pedro Matamoros puts his skills to work in the service of the all-American hamburger.
District Running Collective co-founder Matt Green’s perfect day in D.C.
The Petworth resident leads weekly runs for DRC out of its H Street NE headquarters.