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Fine and visual arts exhibits throughout the Washington, D.C. metro area for autumn and winter of 2022.
From Bach to Beethoven, from the American Pops Orchestra to the NSO, there's plenty of classical and choral music to delight everyone.
All things pop, rock, folk, blues, and jazz in Washington, D.C.'s fall popular music concert scene.
Buena Vida Gastrolounge is celebrating Taco Day the historically Mexican way, with a corn tortilla served warm right from the oven.
Amy Saidman floundered a bit after giving up her career as a teacher and before discovering her true calling — nurturing and promoting the art...
An annual outdoor adventure challenge across D.C., this year's citywide scavenger hunt is dubbed "The Wordsmith's Wriddle."
Synetic presents a second revival of the thrilling show in honor of the company's 20th anniversary, with updated sets and costumes.
Lynn Nottage's drama is structured in a way so every scene connects to the next to detail the international ivory trade industry.
Everyman Theatre kicks off its current season with a world-premiere production of a "wry look at what gets lost in translation."
The InSeries kicks off its new season with a production incorporating elements from L'Orfeo along with principles and performers of Noh.
BBQ Master Myron Mixon is one of many with tips and ideas at this year's Capital Home Show at the Dulles Expo Center.
The Washington National Opera's most popular community event returns next weekend, with a free broadcast recording of the company's Carmen from last spring.
D.C.'s Wunder Garten celebrates Oktoberfest over the next four weekends, with two Pridetoberfests planned.
“Old Stock is a music/theater hybrid, a concert klezmer/folk fusion,” says director Christian Barry. “It should feel a bit like the circus is coming to...