This year's event will take place online. Human trafficking has continued to be an international crisis, in spite of congressional and White House attention.
Despite the varied options, Zoom fatigue is a thing. This week's Round Up suggests venturing out to sites in Rock Creek Park, Potomac, Maryland, and Hillsboro, Virginia.
In this week's Round Up: The Washington Ballet Takes Center Stage Virtual Gala, a Wright Brothers-themed Zoom-around and a mammal surveillance opportunity.
THIS COLLECTION OF MADELEINE L’ENGLE’S EARLY STORIES SEEMS HEARTFELT, IF ILL-CONSIDERED Review by Kitty Kelley Madeleine L’Engle (1918-2007) was a storyteller known for her childhood fables,...
D.C.-area cultural organizations aren't rushing to reopen. Some, like Washington Performing Arts, are looking to make the most of the need for distancing.
At this moment, art in America isn’t transcending anything. It is mired in the same oppressive systems that methodically obstruct and destroy African American lives.
In "The Story I Am: Mad About the Writing Life," acclaimed author and essayist Roger Rosenblatt mines his personal oeuvre.
Feature films from Korea and documentaries from around the world are available for online viewing this month. Or would you rather watch jellyfish?
Online arts offerings of note include kids' activities at Glen Echo Park, the Hirshhorn Museum, the Phillips Collection and Strathmore.
With his wife Jeanne-Claude, Christo, who died on May 31, carried out two dozen projects, from installing 23 miles of curtained “gates” in Central Park to wrapping in fabric the oldest bridge in Paris.