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Ballerinas and balls collided and love took root during early rehearsals for “4x4: Ephemeral Architectures.”
From a marijuana march to the Bikers for Trump Halftime Show, a preview of what to expect around inauguration.
A remnant of a defunct burger chain, Ollie’s Trolley has occupied its current downtown D.C. corner since 1988. So how does the old-timey diner stand up to more modern burger spots?
Some of us are hoping the big bellied look comes back into style soon.
Hana Kim works with an exhibit from its conception onward to make it easy to navigate.
In a last-minute casting change, Mosaic Theater Company gave the lead role in “Charm” to a less experienced, trans actor.
This year I went to Georgetown Cupcake and saw “Shear Madness.” What do you want me to do in 2017?
The first rule of Santa’s water-ski club is: You do not talk about Santa’s water-ski club.
This is what it’s like to be a 200-pound ballerina.
After years of poor returns, her A-Team set out to turn her fortunes around.