An incredible array of live music at D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia concert halls, clubs and theaters for every taste.
The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington sings the praises of Dolly Parton and her music with its final concert of the season.
D.C. police are investigating a message from a Twitter user who appeared to make a bomb threat against the D.C. Mayor's Pride celebration.
The Boulet Brothers descend on D.C. with live show based on the duo's Dragula: Titans, last fall's special all-stars edition of their hit series.
LGBTQ musical artists really and truly will be a force to be reckoned with this spring and summer.
The second offering of the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington's "Phenomenal" season shines a light on Whitney Houston
Betty Who, Bernie Sanders, and the Boulet Brothers are just a few of the selections IMP has on hand at its many D.C. venues.
This year's Gay Men's Chorus extravaganza at the Lincoln will feature tap dancers, over-the-top costumes, and more "sparkly snow" than ever.
Comedy, Readings, Spoken Word, Multimedia, Magic, Tastings, Tours, Drag Queens, Etc.
All things pop, rock, folk, blues, and jazz in Washington, D.C.'s fall popular music concert scene.
Amy Saidman floundered a bit after giving up her career as a teacher and before discovering her true calling — nurturing and promoting the art...
Yola speaks about shared humanity, genre-fluidity, Aaron Lee Tasjan, and the enduring power of Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
War on the Catwalk, revived and ready for its first go-round since the pandemic, hits the Lincoln Theatre in D.C. on Sunday, July 10.
The last day of June ushers in what will be the third LGBTQ performance art showcase presented by the Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs,...
"Unbreakable" pays tribute to key LGBTQ figures throughout 20th-century America, honoring "the perseverance of people who would not be defeated."