The 33 best things to do in D.C. this weekend and next week

Big events for Pride Month, plus a farm-to-glass beer festival at Wheatland Spring, Bugapalooza day at the National Museum of Health and Medicine, and the return of Lubber Run’s outdoor concert series in Arlington.

By Fritz Hahn, Sophia Solano, Adele Chapin, Chris Kelly and Chris RichardsJune 8, 2023

The 12 best parties of Pride weekend in D.C.

Put drag shows to an afternoon tea dance on the calendar.

By Fritz HahnJune 8, 2023

Cultural events to celebrate Pride in the D.C. area

A film series and author talks are among the highlights for Pride Month around the area.

By Sophia SolanoJune 8, 2023

Drag legend Jason Barnes keeps pushing the craft forward as Pussy Noir

The D.C. native has helped lead the city's adventurous drag scene.

By Haben KelatiJune 8, 2023

The best Pride events in the D.C. area this month

The parade, parties, festival and concert, plus arts events and family-friendly activities to celebrate Pride.

By Sophia Solano and Fritz HahnJune 7, 2023

‘Mending the Line’: A well-meaning but inert PTSD drama

Sinqua Walls and Brian Cox play military vets from different generations who bond over fly-fishing.

By Mark JenkinsJune 7, 2023

‘DalíLand’: Salvador Dalí biopic is one thing he was not — boring

You wouldn’t think it could be done, but "DalíLand," Mary Harron’s movie about the flamboyant provocateur with a paintbrush, makes Salvador Dalí dull.

By Pat PaduaJune 7, 2023

The Renwick Invitational showcases contemporary Native craft

The Renwick Gallery’s biennial showcase of contemporary craft, “Sharing Honors and Burdens,” spotlights tradition and innovation.

By Mark JenkinsJune 7, 2023

‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’: Better without Michael Bay

The seventh Transformers movie is still one long commercial for Hasbro but features an appealing, diverse cast and one or two mildly grown-up jokes.

By Michael O'SullivanJune 7, 2023

‘Past Lives’: A lyrical love triangle unleashes a deluge of emotion

The directorial debut of Celine Song examines how our past conditions our present.

By Ann HornadayJune 7, 2023

Everything to know about the 5 biggest events of D.C.’s Pride weekend

Navigating the parties, parade, festival and concert during Washington, D.C.'s Capital Pride weekend.

By Fritz HahnJune 7, 2023

Lafayette Gilchrist’s jazz keeps growing stronger

The pianist’s new quintet, the Sonic Trip Masters, performs at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Friday.

By Chris RichardsJune 7, 2023

4 concerts to catch in D.C. over the next several days

Phony Ppl, False Witness, Kate Davis and the Booty Rex Queer Pride Party all hit D.C. venues.

By Chris KellyJune 7, 2023

‘L’immensità’: Putting the broken pieces of one’s true self together

Italian filmmaker Emanuele Crialese’s memoir of gender transition in 1970s Rome gets the small details right, and the big picture, too.

By Ann HornadayJune 7, 2023

‘Flamin’ Hot’: A snack food success story, seasoned with baloney

Jesse Garcia and Tony Shalhoub star in a cheesy comedy inspired by the story of the invention of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.

By Michael O'SullivanJune 6, 2023

The D.C. area’s best family-friendly LGBTQ+ Pride events

Take the family to paddle, picnic, skate or parade in celebration of Pride Month in the D.C. area.

By Sophia SolanoJune 5, 2023

The D.C. area’s best family restaurants, according to chefs with kids

Looking for a spot that tolerates loud, messy kids and makes the whole family happy? These chefs have some recommendations.

By Nevin MartellJune 5, 2023

‘Sweeney Todd’ director Sarna Lapine found her own path to Sondheim

How Sarna Lapine, the niece of Stephen Sondheim’s longtime collaborator James Lapine, puts her unique stamp on Sondheim.

By Thomas FloydJune 5, 2023

The 15 best ways to celebrate Juneteenth in the D.C. area

History, art, culture and family are at the center of these Juneteenth events around Washington.

By Fritz HahnJune 2, 2023

10 D.C. music festivals you can’t miss in June

June marks the beginning of music festival season, with concerts at giant amphitheaters as well as neighborhood-focused celebrations.

By Adele ChapinJune 2, 2023