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I should have known my team was in trouble when we flubbed the "sign the liability waver" challenge.
Kim Gordon won't say exactly what she'll be playing at the Hirshhorn on Sunday, but it's probably safe to say that you won't be humming it on your way home.
A new exhibit showcases miniature versions of large-scale installations by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov.
He likes to jump on the Green Line to think and write.
Munch is known for his bold, impressionistic use of color — as in his famous painting "The Scream," which presents an anguished figure beneath a blood-red and orange sky
Drop by when the court isn't in session, and you might get to peek into the courtroom itself.
Shopping in Georgetown and watching the sunset from a rooftop bar top the choreographer's agenda.
Ahead of their Sunday conference, we asked four D.C.-area comedians about their experiences as funny females in a man's world.
Bieber's abs and the Kennedy Center have both played host to artwork by graffiti artist Retna. The free Kennedy Center installation runs through Sept. 24.
After years of poor returns, her A-Team set out to turn her fortunes around.