The new sky-high vantage points will impress tourists and locals alike.

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Halloween brings costume parties and outdoor movies, but don't overlook the world's best gymnasts or live jazz at one of D.C.'s coolest wine bars.

Nation of Language, Medium Build, Emmit Fenn and Carmen Canedo perform this week.

The Northern Virginia art-rock band got together via a Facebook call out and a Craigslist ad.

Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga play mixed-race friends, one whom “passes” for White in 1920s New York.

Halloween 2021 is shaping up as a return to normal in the D.C. area

Anna Ouyang Moench’s ‘Birds of North America’ uses the passage of time to tell its story.

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The Los Angeles-based artist’s ‘Culinarialism’ exhibition is on view in Cultural DC’s mobile art gallery.

Tense crime drama centers on the disappearance of a women during a snowstorm.

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Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons star in a supernatural horror movie that also serves as an allegory of addiction and the legacy of abuse.

His first film, ‘Pumping Iron,’ introduced bodybuilding to a wide audience. Later movies examined the activist career of John F. Kerry and a NASA rover mission to Mars.

Dubbed “Will Rogers with fangs,” the comedian had a fearless style that was revolutionary in the 1950s. During the height of Sen. Joseph McCarthy’s anti-communist witch hunts, Mr. Sahl took the position that “McCarthy doesn’t question what you say as much as your right to say it.”

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These scenic spots let you stretch your legs while taking in some beautiful views.

Everest Momo Plus is tucked inside the store at a Liberty gas station near Dulles Airport.

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Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy star in an uneven homage to the swinging 1960s.

Manocha has been the CEO and president of the national park for the arts since 2013.

Here’s what parents need to know.

He co-wrote hit stage musicals, worked on James Bond scores including ‘Goldfinger’ and composed music for the Hollywood film ‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.’

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New developments have brought beer gardens, pop-up bars and a 1,600-seat performing arts center to Tysons.

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