In an environment such as Washington, D.C., with only one major newspaper with one major critic that everyone defers to, it can be a rough go for any theatre production that does not live up to that one particular person’s preferred cup of tea.
This week’s Falls Church Business News and Notes.
With hype and promotion well underway for Kenin’s upcoming CD release party, Devin McGaughey’s thoughts on the new album are a little surprising.
Rebels with a Cause: The Cinema of East Germany
A listing of new openings, exhibitions and opportunities to show art.
At the end of the summer, NBC appeared primed for a ratings resurgence behind a slew of high-profile new shows, many of them receiving sparkling reviews from critics. However, a month and a half into the fall season, viewers are still low and the clock has already expired on a […]
LOS ANGELES — When the romantic comedy “When Harry Met Sally” was released in July 1989, it made just $1.1 million during its opening weekend. But Alan F. Horn, whose film company produced the movie, was confident that, given time, it could be a hit.