His passing dealt a severe blow to the barren, divisive national debate, not only on immigration (in which T-shirts are used as campaign literature and placards as potential weapons), but on most issues.
On June 18 at the Woman's National Democratic Club, Jennifer Palmieri read from the first chapter of her book, "Dear Madame President," and related experiences from her time on the Clinton campaign and in the election's aftermath.
Founding Father Alexander Hamilton — in the form of the Broadway smash “Hamilton" — has finally landed in Washington, D.C., ensconced until Sept. 16 in the Kennedy Center Opera House.
Metropolitan Washington BBQ & Grilling Week ends Friday. Then, on Saturday and Sunday, four blocks of Pennsylvania Avenue will be smokin’ for the National Capital BBQ Battle.
Reviewed by Kitty Kelley After reading “His Father’s Son: The Life of General Ted Roosevelt Jr.” by Tim Brady, you understand why military service fired...
The construction of the modernistic building at the corner of Malcolm Street and Connecticut Avenue had been observed by neighbors and Connecticut Avenue drivers and joggers for almost two years.
The DC Jazz Festival starts Friday, which happens to be the birthday of Frank Lloyd Wright. Saturday is all-pride, all-the-time; the parade steps off at 22nd and P Streets at 4:30 p.m.
Reviewed by Kitty Kelley Shakespeare set the gold standard for honoring a beloved comedian no longer alive. In Act 5 of “Hamlet,” when the Prince...
June's about to bust out with festivals, including the Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk, Jazz ’n Families Fun Days at the Phillips Collection and DanceAfrica’s closing performances at Dance Place.
Dubbed the Great War or — hopefully but naively — the “War to End All Wars,” World War I changed America, as it had everything and everybody else.