Performing Arts: Singing the Dream

Performing Arts: Singing the Dream

REVIEW: Choral Arts join forces with Washington Performing Arts choirs for MLK celebration.

Performing Arts:  Songs of Nostalgia

Performing Arts: Songs of Nostalgia

REVIEW: Soprano Renée Fleming takes her audience on a journey in song through her past.

Music Matters: Surviving to Sing

Music Matters: Surviving to Sing

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

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.

On Stage: Comedy at the Ballet

On Stage: Comedy at the Ballet

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


Performing Arts: Singing the Dream

Performing Arts: Singing the Dream

27 February 2015

REVIEW: Choral Arts join forces with Washington Performing Arts choirs for MLK celebration.

Posted in Features

Performing Arts:  Songs of Nostalgia

Performing Arts: Songs of Nostalgia

26 February 2015

REVIEW: Soprano Renée Fleming takes her audience on a journey in song through her past.

Posted in Features

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 Features

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 Editor's Picks

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 Features

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.

Posted in Editor's Picks

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.

Posted in Editor's Picks

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.

Posted in Features

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.

Posted in Features

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.

Posted in Around Town

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.

Posted in Editor's Picks

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 Editor's Picks

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.

Posted in Editor's Picks

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.

Posted in Features

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.

Posted in Features

Music Matters: Simón Bolívar Big Band Jazz

Music Matters: Simón Bolívar Big Band Jazz

02 February 2015

Venezuela's ' Simón Bolívar Big Band Jazz' orchestra is applauded by Danny Glover.

Posted in Features

Embassy Row: Washington’s Greenest Embassy

Embassy Row: Washington’s Greenest Embassy

29 January 2015

The Embassy of Finland becomes the first Embassy in the U.S. to earn LEED Platinum certification.

Posted in Around Town

The Dish: Would-Be Mini-Foodies

The Dish: Would-Be Mini-Foodies

23 January 2015

Executive Chef Luc Dendievel’s new Foodie-in-Training menu at Härth appeals to the junior gastronome set.

Posted in Front Page

On Stage: Constrained by Tradition

On Stage: Constrained by Tradition

16 January 2015

'Choir Boy' highlights the duality of tradition and handling contemporary issues.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Music Notes: The Best of 2014

Music Notes: The Best of 2014

07 January 2015

Rock 'n' roll expert Steve Houk rounds up his 10 favorite albums, and songs, of 2014.

Posted in Features

The Dish: Daniel Boulud’s DBGB

The Dish: Daniel Boulud’s DBGB

06 January 2015

Daniel Boulud Serves up 'French-Meets-American Comfort food' at City Center.

Posted in Front Page

On Stage: Reviving a Classic

On Stage: Reviving a Classic

06 January 2015

Barry Levinson and Sheryl Crow team up to turn popular movie 'Diner' into a hit Broadway musical.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Performing Arts: 2014 in Review

Performing Arts: 2014 in Review

26 December 2014

A look back at top performances and highlights of the Washington arts scene.

Posted in Features

On Stage: Coming of Age

On Stage: Coming of Age

26 December 2014

Lucie Arnaz delights in the National Theatre's production of 'Pippin.'

Posted in Editor's Picks

Performing Arts: Candlelight Christmas

Performing Arts: Candlelight Christmas

26 December 2014

REVIEW: Washington Chorus' concert of holiday favorites resounds at the Kennedy Center.

Posted in Features

Performing Arts: Italian Christmas

Performing Arts: Italian Christmas

18 December 2014

REVIEW: The Folger Consort performed Christmas music inspired by the Renaissance.

Posted in Features

On Stage: Supernatural Vision

On Stage: Supernatural Vision

18 December 2014

REVIEW: Studio Theatre's grotesque yet beautiful monologue play, 'Terminus,' is mesmerizing.

Posted in Editor's Picks

On Stage: Beyond the Puppet

On Stage: Beyond the Puppet

17 December 2014

REVIEW: 'Famous Puppet Death Scenes' takes a deeper,darker look at the humor of these wooden creatures.

Posted in Editor's Letter

Performing Arts:  A Capital Christmas

Performing Arts: A Capital Christmas

17 December 2014

REVIEW: The 34th annual Choral Arts Society Gala painted a musical tapestry woven with diversity.

Posted in Features

Music Notes: Journey of the Songbird

Music Notes: Journey of the Songbird

17 December 2014

Local singer/songwriter Debi Smith keeps flying high amidst a blend of truly eclectic experiences.

Posted in Features

The Dish: Capriotti’s Lands in Georgetown

The Dish: Capriotti’s Lands in Georgetown

16 December 2014

Iconic Sandwich Shop Opens Georgetown Location.

Posted in Features

On Stage: The Beauty of It

On Stage: The Beauty of It

10 December 2014

REVIEW: Synetic Theatre delivers a creative take on the classic fairy tale 'Beauty and the Beast.'

Posted in Editor's Picks

The Dish: Baking a Difference

The Dish: Baking a Difference

10 December 2014

Connie Milstein and Father Rick Curry have teamed up to open their "bakery on a mission" to help vets.

Posted in Features

Fashionable Life:  Diamond Man

Fashionable Life: Diamond Man

09 December 2014

Diamond expert Ronnie Mervis explains why diamonds are a lot more than just a girl's best friend.

Posted in Fashionable Life

On Stage: The Next Hot Ticket

On Stage: The Next Hot Ticket

05 December 2014

REVIEW: Little Dancer's pre-Broadway run at Kennedy Center indicates it will be a smashing success.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Fashionable Life: Sweetly Broken

Fashionable Life: Sweetly Broken

04 December 2014

Take a sneak peek at this month's hauntingly beautiful fashion shoot.

Posted in Fashion Shoots

Features: The Georgetown Set

Features: The Georgetown Set

04 December 2014

Michael Pillsbury reviews Gregg Herken's "The Georgetown Set" about when Georgetown ruled the world.

Posted in Features

Fashionable Life: Sleepy Hollow

Fashionable Life: Sleepy Hollow

02 December 2014

SNEAK PEEK: Prepare to be spellbound by America's first great ghost story.

Posted in Fashionable Life

Wine & Spirits: You Don’t Know Jack

Wine & Spirits: You Don’t Know Jack

19 November 2014

The author gets schooled in all things Tennessee whiskey at “Camp Jack.”

Posted in Front Page

Performing Arts:  Outside the Box

Performing Arts: Outside the Box

17 November 2014

REVIEW: The Washington Bach Consort takes a welcomed detour with Mozart's 'Requiem' for season opener.

Posted in Features

On Stage: ‘Fiddler’ Making a Match at 50

On Stage: ‘Fiddler’ Making a Match at 50

17 November 2014

REVIEW: Arena Stage revives another legendary musical.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Performing Arts:  Glorious Bach

Performing Arts: Glorious Bach

14 November 2014

The Choral Arts Society of Washington offered variety in their performance of Bach's "Mass in B Minor."

Posted in Features

Wine & Spirits: Wines to Uncork Before Turkey Day

Wine & Spirits: Wines to Uncork Before Turkey Day

12 November 2014

Don’t wait for Thanksgiving to enjoy these fall finds.

Posted in Front Page

Paint the Town: The Cosby Show

Paint the Town: The Cosby Show

10 November 2014

Bill Cosby's personal art collection highlighted in Smithsonian exhibition.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Music Notes: Ready to Pounce

Music Notes: Ready to Pounce

10 November 2014

Genre-bender Kat Dahlia uses life and rock-and-roll to keep it real.

Posted in Editor's Picks

The Dish: Dining on the Pampas

The Dish: Dining on the Pampas

06 November 2014

Iron Chef Jose Garces' Rural Society a gaucho's paradise.

Posted in Features

On Stage: Power Play

On Stage: Power Play

05 November 2014

REVIEW: Folger's 'Julius Caesar' a provocative retelling of infamous political assassination.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Music Notes: Quest to Stay Satisfied

Music Notes: Quest to Stay Satisfied

03 November 2014

Eric Johnson's reputation as one of the world's most adventurous guitarists wasn't gained by accident.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Music Notes: Saving Himself

Music Notes: Saving Himself

21 October 2014

Gary Louris, leader of seminal Americana band The Jayhawks, is back after a dark time and better than ever.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Hotel Watch: Luxury in the Clouds

Hotel Watch: Luxury in the Clouds

20 October 2014

Colorado's Broadmoor resort whisks you away to the top of the world.

Posted in Features

On Stage: Where the Wild Things Cower

On Stage: Where the Wild Things Cower

17 October 2014

REVIEW: Synetic takes on H.G. Wells’ “The Island of Dr. Moreau.”

Posted in Editor's Picks

Performing Arts:  Welcome Kano

Performing Arts: Welcome Kano

14 October 2014

The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington welcomes Thea Kano as its new artistic director.

Posted in Features

Music Notes: Continuing to Rise

Music Notes: Continuing to Rise

08 October 2014

A living legend is still rising, still creating, and still very much Herb Alpert.

Posted in Editor's Picks

On Stage: In the Rear View

On Stage: In the Rear View

07 October 2014

REVIEW: ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ at Ford’s, a play for a bygone era.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Special Feature: Treasures of a Lifetime

Special Feature: Treasures of a Lifetime

06 October 2014

Inside Sotheby's auction of 2,000 items from the late Bunny Mellon's incomparable collection.

Posted in Art and Auction

Men’s Style: Fashion Icon

Men’s Style: Fashion Icon

06 October 2014

Dress shirt aficionado Ike Behar brings the business he started with Ralph Lauren to Washington.

Posted in Fashionable Life

Health & Wellness: Painting a Fence with Hope

Health & Wellness: Painting a Fence with Hope

06 October 2014

Preventing physical and emotional distress through mind-body medicine.

Posted in Features

Wine & Spirits: Getaway to Yountville

Wine & Spirits: Getaway to Yountville

02 October 2014

Plan a trip to one of Napa Valley’s wine and culinary meccas — which turns 50 next year.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Performing Arts: Queen of Excess

Performing Arts: Queen of Excess

01 October 2014

REVIEW: Woolly's 'Marie Antoinette' a reminder of over consumption in a modern age.

Posted in Editor's Picks

Music Notes: It’s All About Connecting

Music Notes: It’s All About Connecting

26 September 2014

Three talented women, including one superstar, find a common bond and a great band

Posted in Editor's Picks

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