This week, see ballet and modern dance, football and Navajo art -- and all for free. Monday 'R.C. Gorman: Early Prints and Drawings, 1966-1974' More than two dozen of the Navajo artist's works have just gone on display at the...
Saturday night, around 1 a.m., bartender Sambonn "Sam" Lek will pour the last martini at the Mayflower Hotel's Town and Country bar.
Lunch is one of the best ways to take advantage of the Restaurant Week promotion without running into service nightmares and an overwhelmed kitchen. And often, the lunch menus are just as exciting as the dinner options.
Here's what Post critics had to say about this week's releases:
Ever thought about checking out one of the city's trendy art galleries, but weren't sure how to approach the experience?
It's a big year for two of the area's most-revered cultural institutions. The Phillips Collection kicks off "90 Years of New" proving the museum remains young at heart. Meanwhile, the Kennedy Center commemorates the 50th anniversary of its namesake's inauguration.
The regular karaoke nights at Sticky Rice and Little Miss Whiskey's team up to find the city's best karaoke performers and put them on the Rock and Roll Hotel's stage.
A quick serving of today's what-and-where.
Janet Jackson comes to D.C. in March. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post) With her recent acting turn in Tyler Perry's "For Colored Girls" and all the controversy surrounding the trial of the personal physician of her late-brother Michael, Janet Jackson's musical...
The creative director of Washington's oldest sushi bar is preparing to open a business that "came from my need: authentic ramen," says Daisuke Utagawa, co-owner of the 35-year-old Sushiko in Glover Park (with a younger branch in Chevy Chase)....
Hook has a new chef, and its neighbor Tackle Box is opening a bar upstairs with a great happy hour.
Jam Theatricals offer free mini-performances of "Stomp" all around town.
If you failed to land a reservation for next week's big promotion, take consolation in the big restaurants extending their prix fixe menus through the end of the month.
Tim Carman leads off this week's food section with a fascinating look at the slow creep of "value added" vendors that is making winter farmer's markets more resemble food courts.
With a long weekend on the horizon, we've got a calendar full of events, including appearances by trailblazing DJs Afrika Bambaataa and Ron Trent, the 10th anniversary of the Prince Dance Party, a showcase for D.C.'s own Socket Records, a competition that sees six of the area's top bartenders crafting bourbon cocktails, a Roaring Twenties-themed evening at the Phillips Collection and a big night at U Street Music Hall starring DJ Dave Nada and his brothers-in-moombahton.
This is the first installment of a weekly check-in with what's going on at Click Track, the Post's pop music blog. If you're looking for reviews of shows previewed on the Going Out Guide, you'll often find reviews over at Click Track.
And now, a quick serving of today's what-and-where: Nikki Giovanni The poet and activist discusses the new anthology, "The 100 Best African American Poems." A book signing follows at the Busboys and Poets on Fifth Street NW....
A former sous chef from Minibar is now working at Ardeo + Bardeo and changing up the menu there.
Seven different food trucks will gather at 11 a.m. today to offer Washingtonians a chance to graze from multiple menus.
This week: free celebrations of Martin Luther King Jr., poetry recitations and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.