Monthly Archives: September 2019

A sunny spot to sip gin, a Cuban rum bar and more.

FIRST BITE | German beers and brats do their jobs, but Bronson Bierhall needs polish.

Here’s what parents need to know.

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Pitt delivers a mournful, minimalist performance as a heroic space explorer on a quest.

If you can’t taste the “the pit,” all you’re eating is a run-of-the-mill roast beef sandwich.

  • Allison Robicelli
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The bold interrogation of race in America opens the theater company’s 2019-2020 season.

The former frontman for Hüsker Dü and Sugar brings his solo show to City Winery.

At the National Portrait Gallery: ‘In Mid-Sentence’ invites you to fill in the unheard words.

  • Mark Jenkins
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Catch the H Street Festival, Clarendon Day, a 24-hour DJ festival and a special screening of "Labyrinth" at the Hirshhorn.

  • Going Out Guide staff
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  • Review

‘Villains’ is mildly enjoyable, if you’re in the mood for dumb fun.

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