From a rescheduled John Waters to the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Macy Gray, and Burlesque-A-Pades, the Birchmere has all genres covered.
The iconic film by John Waters is out in a restored 4K Criterion Edition, and shows this weekend at midnight at Landmark E Street Cinema.
This year marks exactly two decades since John Waters‘s lovable 1988 indie film about a big girl with big dreams in ’60s-era Baltimore danced its...
"The Andy Warhol Diaries" assesses Andy Warhol's life as an artist, influencer, entrepreneur, and gay man
The legendary filmmaker is ready to talk about "how COVID affected sex at Christmas."
Mancini, the gay creator of the killer doll, on why the little monster has endured and endeared for over 30 years
John Waters has unveiled gender-neutral restrooms named in his honor at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Bruce LaBruce has forged a film career out of shock value and taboo. His latest, "Saint-Narcisse," adds twins to the mix
We celebrate the work of Todd Franson with a stunning array of 126 portraits from 1996 to 2020.
The legendary icon on A John Waters Christmas, his book collection, his parents, and why it's going to be so hard to beat Trump
The legendary director and national purveyor of pop trash culture puts his unique spin on the season
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in D.C. this week!
One of the circuit's best house music DJs, Tom Stephan almost pursued a career in film. Then music called.
The legendary John Waters returns to The Birchmere with an all-new collection of wonderfully warped Christmas stories
In recent years, Brazil has become a more inhospitable place for LGBTQ people to live