Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates talked about the significance of go-go, D.C. official music, on Facebook Live, followed by a virtual concert.

Here’s what parents need to know.

Virtual film festivals, trivia nights, concerts and poetry slams offer an escape for everyone staying at home.

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Watch these new movies from home.

What to turn to if you’ve already binge-watched everything in your queue.

Stories from Giovanni Boccaccio’s ‘The Decameron’ to be made available online.

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Film paints a portrait of a woman in the throes of creative and marital discord.

The serious-minded carryout, from the family behind Ghana Cafe, features West African fare and delicious sandwiches.

The buzz of a packed restaurant can still be experienced — on screen.

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The founder of Young Playwrights’ Theater would experience events canceled by the coronavirus pandemic.

Some spots require reservations, some are putting tables in parking lots, and others will have customers place orders on smartphones.

Here’s what parents need to know.

Watch these new movies from home.

Some of your favorite events may be canceled, but you can still go strawberry picking or take in a drive-in movie.

The new service allows users to broadcast Amazon Prime content to friends and family.

‘On the Record’ looks at several women’s allegations of assault against the rap impresario.

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With Google Arts & Culture and various reading resources, there’s a world of ways to stimulate our minds.

BMA mounts an online showcase of artist’s provocative — and time-consuming — art.

Music-centered comedy offers a summery slice of escapism.

The project is an open platform for musicians and filmmakers to collaborate on a series of short films.

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