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"Trans in Trumpland" uses the former president to depict the impact of living in states where bigotry is state-sponsored
On her third studio album, Julien Baker hits glorious highs and heartrending lows
Works by Kaslow offering close-ups of "the tree's most intricate and protective armor."
A timely stream of the one-act play about events surrounding Lincoln's assassination
Themes of repetition, ritual, and resilience predominate in this mixed-media exhibition
A series of virtual events celebrating women artists and makers
A virtual three-day event to help amplify, inspire, and affirm BIPOC and LGBTQ narratives
Spahn's magnificent film tackles the issue of why LGBTQ actors are often passed over for LGBTQ roles.
Kelly MacConomy curates a show at Del Ray Artisans offering interpretations of Hopper's quintessentially American imagery
2021 Fellowship Exhibition features three artists representing "the spirit of D.C.'s burgeoning artist community"
Chain of stores featuring goods from locally-based makers offers guided DIY classes
Drinks, games, snacks, and more at Wunder Garten's ski resort-themed festival
In "All the Devils Are Here," Patrick Page connects today's popular villains to their roots in Shakespeare's works
Fortune Feimster is part of the polished comic ensemble who make "Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar" shine
Grunge rock made for the dancefloor, Foo Fighters' tenth album overflows with crisp production and relentless positivity.