Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater’s production of Kleptocracy is a mashup of absurdist Russian poetry, SNL-style Putin spoofing, and Dostoyevsky-level discourse on the human condition. Reflective of today’s headlines, rather than a historical account, playwright Kenneth Lin has styled Kleptocracy as an origin story to… Read More
Reginald Rose knew the compelling nature of courtroom drama – Americans hung on every detail of the trials of Leopold and Loeb and the Lindberg kidnapping. Following his own stint on jury duty, Rose earned the title of father of the courtroom drama with Twelve Angry Men,… Read More
Since Mario Batali’s Eataly, so many cultures have sought to create a retail space that equally evoke a love affair with their food, fare, and fun. The latest is La Cosecha, a latin market concept set to open in DC’s Union Market District in June… Read More
On the afternoon of Friday, January 25, just minutes before President Trump announced the deal that would re-open the federal government on the following Monday, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser joined acclaimed chef and humanitarian José Andrés at his emergency pop-up kitchen, World Central Kitchen, alongside… Read More
The story is known. Based off of the 2003 film of the same name, and following the movie almost exactly, School of Rock has been touring for over a year, delighting audiences with its celebration of rock and roll. Now you can see it at National… Read More
Some 250 participating restaurants around the D.C. area are offering $22 lunch and $35 prix fixe three course menus this week.
Ich bin ein Berliner? Restauranteur Omar Popal sure hopes so! His new scratch-made wurst and beer hall The Berliner (3401 Water Street NW) has replaced Malmaison on Water Street in Georgetown. The latest concept from The Popal Group, the DC-based family-run restaurant group whose Parisian style crêperie Cafe… Read More
I’m convinced persons with ASD are capable of a great deal more than many of us, or even they themselves, believe. — Whitney Ellenby Whitney Ellenby, of Bethesda, MD, runs the organization Autism Ambassadors which organizes exclusive events for hundreds of families in the area… Read More
Kings at the Studio Theater is a must-see for every Washingtonian. Written by Alexandria native Sarah Burgess, Kings is a play that uniquely speaks our language – so precisely in fact, it’s almost impossible to imagine how such a slice of truth from inside the beltway translates beyond our… Read More
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