Black History Month Celebrated, Explored in Holy Trinity, Citizens Association Event 

February 7, 2024

In honor of Black History Month, Holy Trinity Church at 3513 N St. NW and the Citizens Association of Georgetown presented “Black Georgetown: The Story of a Proud Community with […]

The 2024 Grammys: A Recap

February 5, 2024

The 66th Annual Grammy Awards took place Sunday at Arena in Los Angeles, hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, who hosted The Daily Show from 2015 to 2022. Taylor Swift […]

Russian Tango at French Embassy, Feb. 2

February 1, 2024

For its next concert at the French Embassy, the Russian Chamber Art Society will present an “early Valentine’s Day” program of 20th-century tango music written by Russian and Ukrainian composers […]

Weekend Roundup, Feb. 1 – 4

Happy weekend! February is Black History Month and The National Gallery of Art is hosting some great programming. Lunar New Year celebrations are at The National Museum of Asian Art […]

Rubenstein to Leave Kennedy Center, Possibly Buy Orioles

After 14 years at The Kennedy Center, Chair of the center’s Board, David Rubenstein is ready to play ball — with the Baltimore Orioles that is. The Angelos family, current […]

Film: Are We Living the Plot of ‘Barbie’? 

January 25, 2024

If you’ve seen the Barbie movie (which most of us have, given its $1 billion-plus earnings at the box office and streaming) you know the plot: Barbie World is where […]

GALA Hispanic Director Harnesses Dramatic Talents to Help Recover Looted Funds

In a dramatic law-and-order turn Monday Jan. 22, over $250,000 of looted funds from a phony wire transfer have been returned to GALA Hispanic Theatre (Grupo de Artistas LatinoAmericanos) at […]

Weekend Roundup, Jan. 25 – 28

The weekend is upon us! Enjoy “Annie” at the National Theater, the opening of new wine shop, the Urban Grape, or catch a screening of “Killers of the Flower Moon” […]

Weekend Roundup, Jan. 18 – 21

January 18, 2024

Another weekend is here! We hope you stay warm and cozy, enjoying all the indoor events available like the annual Washington Auto Show and performances at The Kennedy Center, Strathmore, […]

Emmy’s Recap and a Remembrance

January 16, 2024

Remembering The Washington Post’s Tom Shales: Pulitzer Prize-winning TV critic Tom Shales has died of complications from Covid and renal failure at the age of 79. Shales spent almost four […]