Outdoor concerts begin to populate the calendar in May, but there are still plenty of club shows that deserve attention. Among them, a pair of punk-era icons, the Buzzcocks and Public Image Ltd., are in town on back-to-back days as they aim to relive past glories. TV recap rockers Previously on Lost play just before the long-awaited finale of "Lost," and soul eccentric Erykah Badu closes the month with a pair of shows at DAR Constitution Hall.
We dished about the Mayweather-Mosley fight, outdoor destinations for enjoying chips and salsa and must-see Smithsonian exhibits in today's Got Plans.
This month promises a parade of artistic innovation: Emilie Brzezinski offers a unique approach to framing family portraits, Yves Klein shows a worthy alternative to the paintbrush and a slew of crafty creators descend on Baltimore with art that literally moves people.
Still reeling from last night's Caps loss? We are. It's time to get outside and as far away from winter sports as possible. Besides, in addition to a surprisingly competent baseball team we also have what looks like a weekend...
A pair of sisters open a dessert shop in Takoma Park. And guess what? It's not focused on cupcakes.
Imogen Heap performs at the Warner Theatre May 29 (Chris Pizzello/AP). "Electro-savvy" and "chanteuse": two words that are rarely paired together, but in the case of Britain's Imogen Heap, they are apt. The songwriter who once suggested "there's beauty...
April 29, 2010; 7:00 AM ET |
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Adventure is the name of the game on local stages this spring: Jules Verne's globe-spanning journey gets a madcap makeover at Round House, Constellation Theatre takes on an Indian epic that's colorful in more ways than one, and Arena Stage offers up the most confounding expedition of all -- a voyage into the mind of Renaissance man Buckminster Fuller.
We offer brunch suggestions for families with young children in tow and those who want a more of a culinary adventure.
A solid week of beer drinking includes events dedicated to brews from North Carolina and Southern California, plus a five-course guided dinner. Then there's hip-hop from the reunited Reflection Eternal and locals Diamond District and Tabi Bonney, Kentucky Derby parties, an appearance by microgenre-hopping Chicago rockers Light Pollution, a warm-weather sundress festival, an Iranian post-punk band, an extremely nostalgic '80s dance party and much, much more.