Weekend Roundup, Sept. 7 – 10

September 7, 2023

Now that Labor Day has come and gone, we’re fully into fall. There are lots of things to do, including GALA Hispanic Theatre’s debut of the play “Baño de Luna,” […]

The Play, ‘Ink,’ Reveals How Murdoch Got Ink

The rave rated play “Ink,”  by James Graham that premiered this week at Bethesda’s Round House Theatre — directed by Jason Loewith and co-produced with Olney Theatre Center after a long […]

202Creates Month Kicks Off at the Point

August 31, 2023

Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment kicked off 202Creates at the Point Restaurant on Aug. 30 with live performances by D.C. artists, creatives and art activations […]

DC Jazz Festival Celebrates ‘Generations’ of Jazz

August 28, 2023

By Hailey Wharram The DC Jazz Festival is bringing its inaugural Generations Series to Arena Stage at the Kogod Cradle, at 1101 6th St. SW, Aug. 31. Musicians spanning four […]

Young, Promising Jazz Musicians to Compete in DCJazzPrix

Three emerging jazz ensembles will grace Union Stage at The Wharf this Labor Day weekend at the 8th annual DCJazzPrix and compete for a one-of-a-kind opportunity. Up for grabs this […]

DC Jazz Festival, Aug. 30 – Sept 3: Here’s The Lineup

In two days, one of the most anticipated events of the season in Washington begins its five-day run. The DC JazzFest is celebrating 19 years bringing the joy of music […]

The Ultimate Accompaniment: The String Queens and Gregory Porter at DC JazzFest 

The 19th annual DC Jazz Festival is coming to town August 30 through this Labor Day weekend with a hot lineup of musicians including local esteemed trio, The String Queens […]

Renowned Local Jazz Artist Heads DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

D.C.-based artist Aaron Myers was appointed the new executive director of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in May — and hasn’t looked back since.  The renowned jazz […]

DC Jazz Festival: A Showcase from Around the World

This year’s D.C Jazz Festival, August 30 to September 3, will showcase “Jazz as a global brand,” and celebrate Washington D.C.’s historic role as an incubator of a distinctly American […]

Weekend Roundup, Aug. 24 – 27

August 24, 2023

Happy weekend! It’s crazy how fast summer has flown by. Enjoy the last full weekend before Labor Day with a National Dog Day event, Bourbon Steak’s Summer Somm Soirée, bread-making […]