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This weekend, the D.C. Different Drummers’ Capital Pride Symphonic Band celebrates 35 years with a concert at the Atlas. Could there be a better way...
The Kennedy Center presents several august classical companies, foremost among them the Royal Ballet. Wolf Trap welcomes two dancers, with two choreographers, known from their...
Comedy, Readings, Lectures, Miscellany
Shawn Short is humbled by the impact of his annual dance event focused on the LGBT experience
Many restaurants offer specials designed to get you to the theater on time
The National Cherry Blossom Festival has grown in recent years
Area restaurants offer specials celebrating the cherry blossoms
It’s unusual enough that Glenn Kotche would write an instrumental composition for Brooklyn Rider. That he titled it “Ping Pong Fumble Thaw” is stranger still....
Desiree Akhavan sees filmmaking as a way to connect to other queer outliers
The District hasn’t always been kind to aspiring musicians. It was once accepted practice to escape D.C. as soon as talent — and opportunity —...
Mary Gauthier has found her place in country music
Derek Brown and The National Archives toast alcohol's key role in American history
Robert Kinsler's United Social Sports focuses on building social communities through sports
Freddie Lutz celebrates 15 years of his kitschy purple paradise
Michael Lavine helps christen the area's newest concert venue
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