Interns: If you want to really do Washington like a local, begin with this checklist, which will have you feeling like D.C. denizen in no time.
Local harmonica standout Frederic Yonnet kicks off our Weekend Summer Concerts series. (Carla Sims) This year's GoingOutGuide.com's Weekend Summer Concerts series begins with a local artist who regularly shares the stage with the likes of Prince and Stevie Wonder....
If hip-hop died for you before the decade of Eminem, Lil' Wayne, Jay-Z and now, Drake, began, the lineup of this year's hip-hop roadshow demonstrates you haven't missed much.
June 17, 2010; 7:00 AM ET |
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Another weekend, another slew of arty entertainment options. Thanks to Digital Capital Week (of all things), the increasingly active gallery scene along H Street NE and the bustling schedule at the Fridge, you have an overwhelming number of possibilities for getting creative this weekend.
The ever-feisty Lypsinka is returning to Studio Theatre, and this time she's going to take part in a good old-fashioned cat fight. John Epperson's diva alter ego will take center stage in a drag adaptation of the 1986 play "Legends,"...
Looking for a place to watch the debut of the locally shot seventh season of "Top Chef?" As expected, a handful of area restaurants with ties to the program will be screening the season opener.
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Biergarten Haus finally made its D.C. debut Friday, with a crowd waiting outside at 9 a.m. for the opening game of the World Cup. Judging by the number of questions we've received in recent weeks, this is one of the...
Here's an excuse to blow the dust off your crimper and go digging for the Hypercolor in the bottom of your T-shirt drawer: Polaris Project, in collaboration with Cause for a Dance Party, is hosting a 1980s and '90s-themed soiree...
This week's free events include a massive art walk along H Street NE and gelato at the annual Festa Italiana. Monday Mothertongue Drop by the Black Cat for this monthly all-female display of spoken word poetry. And although the evening...