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.
Excitement built at 7 a.m. at the Ritz-Carlton in the West End as all attention turned to the three large TV monitors live-streaming the wedding from Windsor Castle.
Every day lately, we are inundated with facts and figures, and history, and corgis and nephews and nieces, and pound-sterling images and the faces of a couple — his ruddy lightness, her warm openness.
This year, 50 embassies participated in the May 5 “Around the World Embassy Tour” with open houses, exhibits, food and entertainment.
Augustus (Gus) Casely-Hayford, the new director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, will speak at the George Town Club as part of Georgetown Media Group's Cultural Leadership Breakfast Series, sponsored by Bonhams.
National security was the link between Wednesday’s two mega-events on Capitol Hill: one in the House chamber and the other in and around the Supreme Court.
The Belgian theater director and his Toneelgroep Amsterdam company bring “After the Rehearsal” and “Persona” to the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater April 19 to 22.
Filmfest DC gets rolling Thursday, April 19, screening 80 films from 45 countries through Sunday, April 29. And it’s a big weekend at the Folger, which will bring “The Winter’s Tale” to a close and celebrate the Bard’s birthday Sunday.
The 48th annual St. Patrick’s Parade of Washington, D.C., is this Sunday. Get your Gaelic on the night before at a concert by the Irish Tenors at the National.
The former first lady of France's sold-out show in Alexandria, Virginia, promoting her second album in English, was Carla Bruni's first American engagement since 2014.