In his work, not only for museums but as a writer, lecturer and broadcaster, Augustus (Gus) Casely-Hayford has sought to overcome the centuries-long assault on and denigration of African culture.
The DC Jazz Festival starts Friday, which happens to be the birthday of Frank Lloyd Wright. Saturday is all-pride, all-the-time; the parade steps off at 22nd and P Streets at 4:30 p.m.
Education visionary Chris Whittle will share his philosophy of the first international K-12 school concept, the Whittle School & Studios, which will grow to 30 campuses across the globe over the next decade.
Reviewed by Kitty Kelley Shakespeare set the gold standard for honoring a beloved comedian no longer alive. In Act 5 of “Hamlet,” when the Prince...
Everyone loves a fairy tale, right? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s May 19 royal wedding certainly didn’t disappoint. There were horse-drawn carriages, a cathedral-length...
There is still time to reserve your tickets — and don your best — for fundraising fêtes at Hillwood Museum, the Embassy of France, the National Arboretum and other venues around town.
Directed by Conor Bagley, who co-produced with Susannah Clark and Annie Ottati, “An Iliad” runs through June 9 in Lab I of the Atlas Performing Arts Center, the renovated art-deco movie house on H Street NE.
Designer Alessandra Branca spoke about her friend, the late Elizabeth Powell, and her own design philosophy at the May 24 Landmark Luncheon at the historic estate in Georgetown.
The 81 color-packed panels, measuring 22 feet high, took over part of the Rose Park ball field at P Street and the lower field that leads to M Street, as well as a bit of park land on Massachusetts Avenue, just north of the vice president's residence.
June's about to bust out with festivals, including the Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk, Jazz ’n Families Fun Days at the Phillips Collection and DanceAfrica’s closing performances at Dance Place.