Why fuss with all the cooking? If you're in the Washington, D.C. area, there are abundant Thanksgiving feasts awaiting you.
"Slice of Life" is a sweet and tasty way to help Food & Friends provide meals to those with life-challenging illnesses.
We Happy Few's 'Kill The Ripper' is a feminist revenge fantasy that takes down toxic male serial killers.
Danilo Gambini directs a new English translation of a famous queer play from his native Brazil for Spooky Action.
Hervey plays trumpet with The National Jazz Museum in Harlem house band, which is currently celebrating music from Disney's first century.
The five short films screening in this exceptional program play with concepts of how we view ourselves and the world around us.
Three generations of gender-variant people take pride of place in Horacio Alcalá's multifaceted narrative feature.
The documenatry 'Queendom' provides a rare, candid glimpse into the tremendous plight and serious peril of Russians who identify as LGBTQ.
TJ Osborne on life as an out gay man, his bond with sibling John, and how country music could help to bridge our nation's cultural...
A Taste of Bethesda makes its post-pandemic return with a diverse lineup, including a veritable buffet of new restaurants.
Woodworker Darryl Patterson makes his debut this week a featured artisan at the Smithsonian's CRAFT: Fashion + Home show.
An incredible array of live music at D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia concert halls, clubs and theaters for every taste.
A selection of comedy, drag shows, exhibits, lectures, magic, readings, tastings, and more the D.C. Metro area.
Your essential guide to the upcoming season in classical and choral offerings in the Washington, D.C area.
Sonia Rutstein, the prolific LGBTQ trailblazer behind disappear fear, is as committed to spreading love and compassion as ever.