This year's 18th annual edition features more than 75 exhibitors offering a vast assortment of gifts, collectibles, and wearables.
Jace Kaholokula Saplan debuts as the new head of the Choral Arts Society with a tribute to Washington, D.C.
The Black, queer electro-pop- and hip-hop-inspired artist first generated buzz in her late teens as the frontwoman of The Skins.
Blues Alley has a full slate of shows for the rest of November, including an appearance by Senator Tim Kaine.
From sit-down meals, to buffets and to-go options, here are some of D.C.'s best bests if you're not cooking at home.
Della Mae and Sister Sadie co-headline a night of bluegrass performed by and featuring women and only women.
The holidays find the Kennedy Center bustling with activity, from a uniquely original ballet to a visit from a familiar wicked witch.
Joan Mayfield and Ruth Trevarrow both rely on wood to create their individual and magnificent works of art.
AFI's "Cinema's First Nasty Women" are three programs of rarely-seen shorts from the silent era.
NoSo is the artist name adopted by the young trans and non-binary singer-songwriter and guitarist Baek Hwong.
Tenor Arturo Chacón-Cruz returns to the Maryland Lyric Opera for a production of Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera that "people should not miss."
Shea Couleé will entertain while DJ Joe Gauthreaux spins the hits at Saturday's dance party fundraiser for Capital Pride.
Del Ray Artisans presents the return of a popular show featuring original pieces by member artists for sale at or below a maximum of $100.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts presents the first exhibition to explore the guitar's symbolism in American art from the early 19th century to today.
Keegan Theatre stages a new production of William Finn's "celebration of life and music," serving as a balm in light of the pandemic era.