Local breweries have seen an increase in interest in the oft-maligned style.

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Stuck in a lunch rut? Head to a D.C. farmers market for barbecue, crab cakes or Mexican street food.

Grab a ready-made lunch at one of these six vendors and enjoy it alfresco.

7 new restaurants and bars to try now in the D.C. area

The return of José Andrés's America Eats Tavern and Rustico's Ballston beer garden are among the notable arrivals.

5 gorgeous bars where the decor is as alluring as the drinks

Washington's restaurants and bars have taken on a fresher, brighter look.

Nando's, Taco Bamba, Arepa Zone and Rasa have great deals on after work drinks and food.

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‘Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood’ profiles the man who set up trysts for Hollywood royalty.

Beauty is an attitude in 1994 musical, which is based on 1869 novel by Iginio Ugo Tarchetti.

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Kodi Smit-McKee plays an Ice Age man who befriends a wolf.

This weekend's events are highlighted by the fourth-annual celebration of the Godfather of Go-Go, Chuck Brown.

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Whether you're looking to see natural beauty, get serious exercise or just get a cranky toddler out of the house, authors Rachel Cooper and Renee Sklarew have the perfect hike for you.

The duo brings its rhythm-centric “exotica” to D.C.’s Woodridge Library on Aug. 22.

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See Trombone Shorty; Mura Masa; Ra Ra Riot; and Shabba Ranks live.

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All-Asian comedy delivers frothy pleasures, along with a message.

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Adaptation of the Shakespeare comedy of mismatched lovers is too clever for its own good.

The Arlington County Fair is an annual attraction for locals that starts Wednesday.

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Washington is now home to three cider-makers, each with a different flavor and spirit.

If D.C.'s going to feel like a greenhouse, we may as well get out and enjoy the greenery.

Murderers and millionaires, war heroes and enslaved workers all lived in Decatur House, which offers free tours on Mondays.

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