Claymation pioneer is celebrated in documentary ‘Claydream’
Animator Will Vinton, the creator of the California Raisins and other stop-motion characters, is the subject of the documentary "Claydream."
How ‘disco dealer’ Libby Rasmussen would spend a perfect day in D.C.
The Mount Pleasant resident launched her LivingColorfullyShop in September 2020 and immediately found success selling disco balls.
Yu Noodles is a small chain that will expand your universe
The trio of restaurants specializes in Chinese street foods, with an emphasis on those from Chongqing.
New movies to stream this week: ‘The Princess,’ ‘Day Shift’ and more
Our weekly roundup of new movies to watch from home.
The best things to do in the D.C. area the week of Aug. 11-17
The weekend brings outdoor cultural festivals, concerts, boat races and after-hours museum events, with the Arlington County Fair on the horizon.
‘Mack & Rita,’ a comedy about aging women, grows old fast
A 30-year-old (Elizabeth Lail) is transformed into her 70-year-old self (Diane Keaton) in this predictable fantasy.
‘Fall’: Sweaty palms and a bad screenplay at 2,000 feet
Thriller about two young women stranded atop a TV tower is effectively gut-wrenching, but dumb.
Brunch? With kids? Alfresco? How to make the most of Restaurant Week.
We've got recommendations for everyone to enjoy during summer restaurant weeks in D.C. and Alexandria.
Aubrey Plaza is stellar in so-so crime thriller ‘Emily the Criminal’
Noirish drama about credit card fraud is anchored by a fierce performance by the former ‘Parks and Rec’ actress.
The Glory Fires revisit a Southern past to inspire the present
The Birmingham-based trio is performing punk rock anthems from a new album on resistance at Comet Ping Pong on Aug. 12.
Clarisa Kimskii shook up her whole life; now she goes with the flow
The DJ-producer is playing the first anniversary party for Noxeema Jackson, a D.C. event series that celebrates queer and trans people of color.
4 concerts to catch in the D.C. area over the next several days
The Kid Laroi, Hiatus Kaiyote, the Zolas and Blk Odyssy perform.
‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’: A slasher with some surprisingly sharp satire
A group of rich 20-somethings gather to play a party game that turns deadly (and pretty funny at times).
‘Queen of Glory’: A child of Ghanaian immigrants at sea in the Bronx
Nana Mensah wrote, directed and stars in a New York story about reconnecting with your roots.
How theater veteran Nova Y. Payton would spend a perfect day in D.C.
The actress is starring as Celie in Signature Theatre's production of "The Color Purple."
At the Renwick Gallery, craft that captures our polarized times
The Renwick Gallery's 'This Present Moment,' a major survey of contemporary craft, engages today's cultures on every front
4 spots where your kids can pretend they’re in Jurassic Park
Take your young dinosaur fans to one of these spots where they can see skeletons or look for fossils.
‘Easter Sunday’: Comedy about Filipino American culture rings true-ish
Jo Koy plays a fictionalized version of himself in the family comedy "Easter Sunday."
These new rooftop bars feature killer cocktails, happy hours and views
Whether you’re looking for a new view or a change of happy hour scene, we’ve explored and rated the latest crop of rooftop bars in the D.C. area.