Metro Weekly

Arts + Entertainment

  • Old Hat

    Office politics: Church and Clarke (Photo by Kathleen Akerley) Politics and religion are riddled with hypocrisy, and moral conservatives who rail against sexual content in...

  • Shooting Gallery

    Taking aim: Moore A tourniquet wouldn't stop the rush of bleeding heart liberalism that accompanies the films of Michael Moore. Not to oversimplify things, but...

  • Soundwaves

    Last week Christina Aguilera kicked off a “Dirrty” season of overwrought singing and undernourished diva-wannabes. This week, none other than Whitney Houston and Toni Braxton...

  • High Style

    Great Dame: Te Kanawa with Schaufer. (Photo by Carol Pratt/The Washington Opera) Director Steven Lawless brings us a polished and absorbing production of Samuel Barber's...

  • Very Bad Man

    Dream on: Mitchell as Cervantes/Quixote (Photo by Joan Marcus)      It's just wrong.      There's no better way to sum up the revival of Man...

  • Power Pop

         The buzz from New York on the cabaret act Kiki & Herb over the last couple of years has been so scintillating, so delicious,...

  • Soundwaves

    Thievery Corporation Richest Man in Babylon Eighteenth Street Lounge Music DJ Boy George A Night In with Boy George: A Chillout Mix Moonshine Didn't you...

  • Terror Tape

    Bad reception: Henderson Bad reception: Henderson      ''I hate television -- gives me headaches,'' grumbles 16-year-old Katie (Amber Tamblyn) to a friend in the opening...

  • Change to Spare

    Beck When Beck claimed to be a loser in 1994, few people actually bought it. Even those who bought it didn't really buy it. They,...

  • Soundwaves

    DJ Dan Round Trip Kinetic Records DJ Escape Party Time 2003 Groovilicious Music Crystal Waters never got the attention she deserved with ''Come On Down,''...

  • Film Follies

    Imagine Mystery Science Theater 3000, the show that finds two smartass robots and their human sidekick cracking wise while watching some of the worst films...

  • Dragon Ire

    Why can't we be friends? Hopkins and Norton.      Red Dragon, the third film to feature Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Hannibal Lecter, that oh-so-cultured and...

  • French Connection

    High Society: Cofield, Williamson, Redmond and Emerson (Photo by Scott Suchman)      Control and confidence are the hallmarks of Arena Stage's new production of The...

  • Soundwaves

    DJ Tony Moran Party Groove: Hotlanta Centaur Records DJ David DePino Dance for Life: West End Records Celebrates LIFEbeat's 10th Anniversary West End Records Most...

  • Cornpone

    The blahs and the greys: Witherspoon, Dempsey and Bergen You'd think the producers of a movie named after one of Lynyrd Skynyrd's most popular songs...