I’m calling it. Time of death, 9:15 p.m. The playoff curse of Washington sports is over.
Tennessee Williams’ “Small Craft Warnings,” now being performed through May 10 at Crystal City’s Clark Street Playhouse by the Washington Shakespeare Company, is one of Williams’ most self-revealing works, a gritty, unyielding pastiche of raw nerves and downtrodden lives taking place in a beach-side dive bar. The current staging of […]
George C. Marshall High School senior Ashley Goh was barely walking when she began expressing herself through color and design.
It’s been a heady couple of weeks for gay activists and it keeps getting better.
CJ Hancock, a junior at Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria used to a life of school and sport, stepped into a new world this February, taking to the catwalk for the first time during New York City’s Fashion Week.
George W. Bush longed to escape his daddy’s shadow, while Barack Obama has turned to shadowy preachers in his long search for a father figure.
There are two misconceptions about his music career that Luke Temple would like to clear up. The first is his past career painting murals in New York apartments.
It turns out that a few Democrats in the New York state senate are floating the idea of backtracking on marriage equality. All I can say is “forget about it.”
The phenomenally crowded vodka market doesn’t seem to be scaring off any would-be competitors. Barely a week goes by without the introduction of a new or new-to-the-U.S. brand.
Chutzpah (noun): supreme self-confidence, nerve, gall. Chutzpah in Tysons Corner is a deli that combines character and classic deli food for one of the best deli experiences away from the Big Apple.