A pair of local exhibitions showcase the enigmatic work of the late painter.
These spots offer myriad loose-leaf options, from complex herbal mixes to handpicked green tea.
The co-host of New York’s “The Pasta Show” will record his first comedy album at the Big Hunt.
Try to outrun a streetcar, catch the opening of an anticipated bar, and watch D.C. United kick off the season.
Here’s what parents need to know.
Universal’s latest attempt to refresh its monster-movie franchise forgoes psychological horror for cheap special effects.
The Harlem-set love story about a college-bound teen and a musician holds hidden depths.
Zack Zaromatidis, who plays a World War II veteran in the touring musical, discovered a great-uncle who fought in the Pacific theater.
See Young Dolph and Key Glock, Om, Aventura and Lil Tjay live.
The singer is embarking on her first headlining tour, which includes a stop at Songbyrd.
Anya Taylor-Joy brings a wide-eyed intensity to Austen’s meddlesome matchmaker.
“Once Were Brothers” is based on a memoir by musician Robbie Robertson.
This month’s picks include Frank Ruta’s return, plus a Hyattsville brewery with crowd-pleasing food.
The tasty counter-service restaurant comes from the siblings behind Los Hermanos in Columbia Heights.
The D.C. band celebrates its new album at DC9 on Thursday.
The curator of brewing history at the American History Museum would hit some of her favorite restaurants.
Mardi Gras celebrations and "RuPaul's Drag Race" viewing parties are among this week's biggest events.
These five bars have vending machines that offer a sense of whimsy, alongside the essentials.
FIRST BITE | French classics and a stunning space in a former bank are drawing diners to Penn Quarter.
We asked eight D.C. trendspotters to tell us what lies ahead in the arts and entertainment scene for 2020. Here's what they said.