Folger Theatre in Southeast opens the 2014-15 season with "Julius Caesar," William Shakespeare's political tragedy that examines the clash between ambition, loyalty and conspiracy.
An art exhibit will be held at an upscale Northwest hotel on Oct. 26 in honor of D.C.-area artist M. Gasby Brown and the 10-year anniversary of her "No Permission Needed" artwork collection.
Oscar de la Renta, the iconic fashion designer who shaped the wardrobe of socialites and Hollywood stars for more than four decades, died Monday night at his home in Connecticut. He was 82.
Viola Davis, star of the new TV hit "How to Get Away with Murder," recently told a crowd of Hollywood luminaries that her drive to end childhood hunger is fueled by memories of growing up in "abject poverty," stealing and ...
If you're a caretaker for an elderly relative or if you ever plan on growing old yourself and want to maintain quality of life, this book is an absolute must-read.
"Vessels" will make its world premiere in D.C.
Minutes into a conversation with famed Latin percussionist Sammy Figueroa, one realizes just how much music suffuses his entire existence.
Gas prices, which have been steadily dropping across the country, will continue to decrease, according to the website GasBuddy.com.
Keith Clinkscales, media entrepreneur and CEO of entertainment mogul Sean "Puffy" Combs' fledgling cable music channel, touched on a number of topics Thursday during a Q&A session at the R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center at St. Elizabeths East campus in Anacostia.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Kids Who are Changing the World' by Anne Jankeliowitch, Photographs by Yann Arthus-Bertrand
Not all kids will clamor for this book, but ecology-minded 10- to 15-year-olds will surely be inspired by it.
African-Americans are now taking on television roles, and networks appear to have once again figured out that their shows should be as diverse as the population that watches.
Local photographers who have committed their lives to showcasing positive images of black America shared their stories during a panel discussion along with several other colleagues on Oct. 1 at Gallery O to mark the close of the "Fifty 50 ...
The forging of true friendships often occurs under the strangest of circumstances. And in a play that will soon make its area debut, the true story of the bond that formed between a disgraced actor and a heavyweight champion comes ...
The civil rights activist and comedian spoke with author Shelia P. Moses about his life, his family, the civil rights movement and turning 82 years old.
His voice arrived first, deep and sonorous, prefiguring a man of enormous life and vitality, and such was the often imposing but impressive visage and physique of Geoffrey Holder.