Groundbreaking trumpeter and singer Cynthia Robinson, a co-founder of the pivotal funk band Sly & the Family Stone, died Monday at age 69.
As soon as the Thanksgiving Day turkey comes off the table, and before the leftovers are done, Nutcracker season will be upon us.
On Nov. 23, the third anniversary of the shooting death of black teen Jordan Davis, the Center for American Progress' Reel Progress hosted a screening of a documentary about the shooting at the Landmark E Street Cinema in D.C.
Inside the intimate setting of the Anacostia Art Center’s black box theater, patrons eagerly awaited the SoulFly Theatre Society’s latest production, “For Colored Girls – The Curvy Edition.” Directed by Cynthia Dorsey and performed by a dynamic cast of women, ...
Spike Lee seems to relish controversy — pushing the button with his movies in order to challenge the status quo and to address the unsaid while taking risks in his quest to examine themes related to society, history, politics and ...
Theater Alliance, winner of three Helen Hayes Awards in 2015 for their production of the Langston Hughes holiday classic, "Black Nativity," returns with a new version of the play that both chronicles the birth of Christ and also celebrates the ...
When you step into the theater to watch this boxing movie, don’t look for "Rocky." Yes, you'll see and feel remnants of that spirit. But "Creed" is its own story.
What do you give Quincy Jones, a man whose life is about good music, the arts and making the world a better place for everyone?
Nothing else tastes good when you're hankering for something specific.
Kem returns to D.C. Friday for the next leg of his "Promise to Love Tour," along with Marsha Ambrosius at DAR Constitution Hall.
Audiences in the District will be able to relive the golden era of a label that broke records and set standards that have never been matched and likely never will.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture kicked off the countdown to the museum's grand opening in the fall of 2016 with a three-night video illumination presentation.
The National Council of Negro Women on Friday honored famed singer and songwriter Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds for his charitable work throughout his career.
Every day, you make countless little choices. In his book "Wake Up Happy," Michael Strahan explains how one of them can be a life-changer.
Three District area entrepreneurs have been invited to Yelp's headquarters in San Francisco to represent the Greater Washington Area as being among the 100 top-rated businesses in North America.