Thornton Wilder’s shaggy 1942 play renders chaos as timeless.
Start the new year with Winter Restaurant Week, a major exhibition at the National Museum of the American Indian and a candy-themed ballet at the Kennedy Center.
Seylou Bakery and Mill bakes loaves with such grains as buckwheat, millet and sorghum, all of which are milled on site.
Make these newcomers your dining-out New Year's resolution.
Served at All-Purpose in Shaw, the pie is topped with chicken, mozzarella, a Gorgonzola ranch sauce and, of course, hot sauce.
"Americans,” a major exhibition at the National Museum of the American Indian, examines how American Indians have shaped the nation’s history, identity and pop culture.
The Double Stack, available through winter, has griddled onions, two beef patties, lettuce, American cheese and, of course, a special sauce.
Overwhelmed by the more than 200 participating restaurants? We’ve got you covered.
See Sara Bareilles and Caroline Shaw; Fetty Wap; TV scored like “Stranger Things”; and Antibalas.
The D.C. rapper performs at Songbyrd on Saturday.
One Eight Distilling celebrates its third anniversary Saturday with discounted cocktails and free tours.
This show reveals the ordinary and fantastical sides of Paulina Peavy, who painted with Diego Rivera.
We tested the ice, and the hot chocolate, at every outdoor skating rink in D.C.
Forget the stereotypical snobby sommelier. These new spots are fun and approachable.
The 2002 novel makes its East Coast stage debut.
Exploring the District’s secret charms.
The chefs behind Philadelphia's acclaimed vegan restaurant Vedge are expecting to debut a new concept called Fancy Radish in D.C. in February.
“Mishmish spiced octopus” and “deviled hen eggs”? Those in charge of writing menus want to sound interesting. But the results are often unnecessarily complex.