Not even Kanye West would take issue with the fact that Taylor Swift is the most recognizable name in pop-country.
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Flowers and perfume are perfectly acceptable gestures for Mother's Day, but there is no better way to say, "Thanks for changing my diapers," than actually spending time with the woman.
This week, you can celebrate Cinco de Mayo, spend Saturday night dancing to Madonna, listen to some up-and-coming local hip-hop and R&B stars, play a round of mini-golf at nine downtown bars or spend Sunday afternoon pogoing to punk rock at the U Street Music Hall.
Playing off the idea that most storytellers weave tales almost too outrageous to be true, "The Liar Show" has a few tellers who stick to the facts, and one who is definitely a big fat fibber. It's up to the audience to find out who's lying.
New Belgium's malty, Belgian-inspired amber ale -- probably the most fetishized beer on the East Coast -- isn't usually available in D.C., but you can try it at the Black Squirrel through Saturday.
This week's free events include the opening of the National Gallery's new exhibition of photographs by Allen Ginsberg and the first chance of the year to climb to the top of the central tower of the National Cathedral. Tuesday 'Acid...