Kitty Kelley Book Club: Thinkin’ in the Bardo
  

June 12, 2024

George Saunders did not want his tombstone to read: “Here lies a guy who never did what he wanted to do.” So in 2017, at the age of 59, having […]

D.C. ArtsWatch


New Artistic Leadership at Imagination Stage Joanne Seelig Lamparter is the new chief artistic programming officer for Imagination Stage, succeeding Janet Stanford, the venue’s founding artistic director, who retired on May […]

‘Jewels,’ Balanchine’s Sparkling Triptych, at the Kennedy Center 

June 6, 2024

By Hailey Wharram “A Chorus Line” was right — everything is beautiful at the ballet! From June 4 to 9, the Kennedy Center invites you to celebrate the 75th anniversary […]

Celebrating 30 Years at the Kreeger


By Forbes Dudley Honoring an impressive 30 years as a museum, the Kreeger celebrated their anniversary this past Saturday evening with food, drinks, live jazz music, and the opening of […]

A Full House for Hollow Coves


By Julia Key On Wednesday night, the Australian indie-folk band Hollow Coves performed at Union Stage on the wharf as a part of their “Nothing to Lose Tour” following the […]

The Washington Chorus’ Innovative, New Production of Mendelssohn’s Elijah!


Sponsored Content TWC brings its season to its stunning conclusion with Elijah Reimagined on Saturday, June 8 at The Kennedy Center Concert Hall. This concert transforms Mendelssohn’s beloved oratorio Elijah into a immersive […]

I’d Like to Solve, Pat: RETIREMENT!


You know the intro, as chances are it’s been on your television at some point during the week for the last 41 years. “WHEEL…OF…FORTUNE! Ladies and gentlemen, here are the […]

‘Brilliant Exiles’ at the Portrait Gallery


Both the Paris Métro and the world’s tallest Ferris wheel made their debut at the Exposition Universelle of 1900. With the fair as its starting point, the National Portrait Gallery’s […]

Tudor Place Garden Party Honors Tom Birch

June 3, 2024

Tudor Place’s 32nd Annual Spring Garden Party honored Tom Birch — former advisory neighborhood commissioner and legislative counsel — for his service to the Georgetown community and as a Tudor […]

‘Georgetown Is Hot!’ Mayor Tells Friends of Volta Park


“Georgetown is hot!” Mayor Muriel Bowser announced to a sold-out crowd at the Friends of Volta Park annual fundraiser on Saturday, June 1. Indeed, there was much to celebrate for […]