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Lots of Variety at Washington Winter Show

Like other antiques shows (many of which have deemphasized the word “antiques”), the Washington Winter Show is no longer dominated by brown furniture and folk and fine art.

Director: ‘Miss Saigon’ Still Contemporary

As part of the revival's national tour, the current production of “Miss Saigon,” directed by Laurence Connor. is winding down its Kennedy Center engagement at the Opera House through Jan. 13. 

‘Rose Kennedy: The Life and Times of a Political Matriarch’

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley Anyone who has followed the Kennedys knows the bar is high for books on the subject. Having been inundated for the...

Tim Nelson’s Vision for the In Series

The current production, at the Source Theatre, "From U Street to the Cotton Club," marks the middle of the first season with Nelson as artistic director.

Last Chance: ‘Nordic Impressions’ at the Phillips

Closing Jan. 13, the exhibition features many works never before seen in the United States.

Golden Globes Kick Off 2019 Awards Season

The closest thing to a shock was Christian Bale, who won a Best Actor award for playing Dick Cheney in "Vice," saying his performance was inspired by Satan.

Counting Our 2018 Losses

Death is always a loss, of course, but it also acts like a broom, stirring up memories and shared joys, achievements left behind to become permanent, as gifts and reminders.  

Weekend Round Up January 3, 2019

Georgetown's holiday-season exhibition of light art, "Glow," wraps up this Sunday, Jan. 6, with a lantern giveaway in Meigs Park.

Last Chance: ‘Berthe Morisot: Woman Impressionist’

The first American exhibition devoted to Morisot in more than 30 years, the show, at Philadelphia's Barnes Foundation, closes Jan. 14.

2 Originals: Nancy Wilson and Penny Marshall

Wilson and Marshall, both of whom died earlier this month, added a part of their unique selves, brought their special, transformative gifts to the arenas where their light shined: music and movies, respectively.