Music Matters: Surviving to Sing

Music Matters: Surviving to Sing

Beth Hart, one of music's most powerful voices, defines the word survivor.

Power Source: Primary Player

Power Source: Primary Player

Andy Shallal has created a unique environment for intellectual activity throughout Washington, D.C.

On Stage: Into the Woods

On Stage: Into the Woods

Lisa D'Amour's simplistic 'Cherokee' doesn't have the same impact as her previous 'Detroit.'

Music Notes: The Reliving Years

Music Notes: The Reliving Years

Mike Rutherford, founding member of legendary band Genesis, reflects after publishing a memoir.

Music Matters: Surviving to Sing

Music Matters: Surviving to Sing

26 February 2015

Beth Hart, one of music's most powerful voices, defines the word survivor.

Posted in Front Page

Power Source: Primary Player

Power Source: Primary Player

24 February 2015

Andy Shallal has created a unique environment for intellectual activity throughout Washington, D.C.

Posted in Front Page

On Stage: Into the Woods

On Stage: Into the Woods

24 February 2015

Lisa D'Amour's simplistic 'Cherokee' doesn't have the same impact as her previous 'Detroit.'

Posted in Features

Music Notes: The Reliving Years

Music Notes: The Reliving Years

24 February 2015

Mike Rutherford, founding member of legendary band Genesis, reflects after publishing a memoir.

Posted in Front Page

On Stage: Comedy at the Ballet

On Stage: Comedy at the Ballet

20 February 2015

The latest Synetic Theatre wordless production, 'Much Ado About Nothing,' is nothing short of genius.

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On Stage: Out of Control

On Stage: Out of Control

19 February 2015

Arena Stage's 'King Hedley II' uncomfortably portrays lives lived in crime in this dark tragedy.

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Music Notes: From One Era to the Next

Music Notes: From One Era to the Next

19 February 2015

Derek Trucks says goodbye to one legend and continues to hone his own.

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Music Notes: The Road to Immortality

Music Notes: The Road to Immortality

17 February 2015

One of rock's most influential innovators, Eddie Van Halen, makes it into the Smithsonian and shares his amazing story.

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Around Town: Capitol Hill Volleyball Classic

Around Town: Capitol Hill Volleyball Classic

17 February 2015

More than 900 girls' volleyball teams compete in the ninth annual Capitol Hill Volleyball Classic.

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On Stage: Cell Block Tango

On Stage: Cell Block Tango

13 February 2015

The National Theatre's 'Chicago' is a hit with inventive dancing and memorable numbers.

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Wine & Spirits: V-Day For All

Wine & Spirits: V-Day For All

12 February 2015

Everyone from Sherry lovers to Valentine haters will find something that appeals to them on Feb 14.

Posted in Features

Power Source: A Fulcrum Point

Power Source: A Fulcrum Point

12 February 2015

February 12 is a pivotal date that ushered in a new era for black history in America.

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Charity Spotlight: Stacking the Chips

Charity Spotlight: Stacking the Chips

12 February 2015

Take a gamble- for a great cause- at the 10th annual Chance for Life.

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Who’s Next: Patrick Gage

Who’s Next: Patrick Gage

10 February 2015

Youth philanthropy advocate Patrick Gage, 20, is working to bring an end to human trafficking.

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On Stage: Off With Her Head

On Stage: Off With Her Head

06 February 2015

'Mary Stuart' hauntingly portrays the bloody battle between Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots.

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Around Town: Mad About Man Ray

Around Town: Mad About Man Ray

06 February 2015

The exhibition "Man Ray—Human Equations" opened at the Phillips Collection with a private reception.

Posted in Art and Auction

Paint the Town: Planted Poetry

Paint the Town: Planted Poetry

05 February 2015

The Golden Triangle BID held a 'Golden Haiku' contest as a community literary art project.

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Music Notes: JJ Grey’s Deep Florida Soul

Music Notes: JJ Grey’s Deep Florida Soul

03 February 2015

Florida to the core, JJ Grey has thrived by singing about his roots and living one day at a time.

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