“Entirely Elvis,” at Signature Theatre, showcases his rawness and original sound.
Get a preview of José Andrés' forthcoming tacos-and-torta concept, or head to Rockville for delicious Filipino cuisine.
Washington's restaurants and bars have taken on a fresher, brighter look.
The $20 Diner's favorite spots in the city include a revitalized Ethiopian standby and a burgeoning taco empire.
It's a big weekend for foodies, as chefs and pitmasters show their stuff at the National Capital Barbecue Battle, the D.C. Crab Cake Competition and the Taco Throwdown.
Austin has South by Southwest. Aspen has the Aspen Ideas Festival. Now, D.C. has its own artsy, zeitgeist-capturing event.
“The Guardians” is about the women who stayed home while men went off to World War I.
The overstuffed plot of ‘Fallen Kingdom’ is bigger than its main attraction, the prehistoric beasts.
With a new album out, the District rock quartet plays Slash Run on Sunday night.
See Harry Styles, Paramore, Tower of Power and Serpentwithfeet live.
‘The Catcher Was a Spy’ dramatizes the life Moe Berg, who worked for the U.S. government during World War II.
But “Eating Animals” makes a compelling case for an American farming overhaul with more than just gruesome images.
A guided walking tour shows off the “Burning Man” sculptures on display in downtown.
Ed Helms, Jon Hamm and a scene-stealing Jake Johnson refuse to grow up in this movie based on a real-life contest.
Don't mope because the U.S. didn't make the World Cup. Take the opportunity to explore international soccer culture at local restaurants and bars.
D.C. JazzFest wraps up with a weekend of free outdoor performances at the Wharf and a concert featuring Leslie Odom Jr., Maceo Parker and Robert Glasper's R+R=Now.
Discover the flavor range of the cheesy, anytime Salvadoran snack on a single stretch of University Boulevard.
A kamikaze training airplane, a German dive suit, a nuclear submarine missile — this museum has it all.