The best of European LGBTQ cinema, CityCenterDC's holiday attractions, Jeni's Splendid holiday ice creams and more.
D.C. gears up for the holidays, icons return for live concerts, and Martha Stewart drops by the Washington Convention Center.
Evan Ruggiero had long dreamed of playing the Beast in the Disney classic.
A week of anniversaries celebrated in concert and on the plate, along with wild twists on Disney, ceramics and ice cream
Paula Poundstone is excited for her return to the Birchmere next weekend for three days of shows
Rep Stage's Joseph Ritsch is bringing out his drag alter-ego to help battle food insecurity for HCC students
"A Drag Queen Christmas," presented by Murray & Peter, returns bigger than ever, with inspiration from "Frozen"
Everything from a Native American cinema showcase to Deborah Cox with the National Philharmonic to Gladys Knight and Smokey Robinson at MGM National Harbor.
Fuego Flamenco XVII, the annual two-weekend showcase co-created by Edwin Aparicio, starts on Nov. 11 and runs through Nov. 14
Dianne Reeves, Lightwire Theater, The Nutcracker, and more!
Urban skylines, rendered in paintings and drawings, are the focus of Binder's new exhibit at Studio Gallery.
Our icks of the best arts, entertainment, and dining this week in D.C., including Night of the Living Drag and more!
Your complete guide to Halloween in the capital -- LGBTQ and otherwise
New album 'The Dead Queen Rises' draws inspiration from "eighties slasher and Italian horror movies."
The Borisevich Duo, DDAT, Alexandria Kleztet, and more celebrate returning and reconnecting