It’s your last chance to see one of the most iconic artists of all time, who combined poetic lyrics, dazzling piano skills, flamboyant showmanship and an angelic voice like few others. Here is a look back at the career of Elton John, as his farewell tour hits D.C. this weekend.
Round House Theatre presents a one-of-a-kind “silent” play with the hilarious “Small Mouth Sounds.”
Shane Black delivers a star-studded reboot of the “Predator” franchise, but it suffers from a bizarre setting and tone-deaf dialogue.
The popular music venue on 14th Street Northwest is celebrating its 25th anniversary this weekend but will shrink by the end of the year.
Nils Lofgren dishes on his D.C. roots, Neil Young mentorship and Hall of Fame career with Bruce Springsteen.
Actor Edwin Lee Gibson joins WTOP to dish on his role as comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory in the play “Turn Me Loose” at Arena Stage.
The BRAVO and CNN hosts bring their live comedy tour to D.C., giving a peek behind the curtain of pop culture and world events.
Conductor Steven Reineke previews the NSO series by explaining what makes John Williams’ iconic score so masterful.
The fifth installment of “The Conjuring” franchise opens with a masterful intro, then plunges into an increasingly random plot of exponential jumpscares.
Former TV reporter Monika Samtani directs the spelling-bee documentary “Bee the Future.”
The District’s only drive-in movie theater offers three more nights under the stars with “The Lion King,” “Cool Runnings” and “Hocus Pocus.”
The 15th annual festival returns to E Street Cinema from Sept. 6-16.
Hollywood’s first all-Asian cast in 25 years is the box-office champ for two straight weeks. WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley explains why the film is so deserving.
Which fun events should you check out in September in the D.C. area?
Legendary crooner Johnny Mathis will perform at the fourth annual “Heroes of Child Justice” charity event next month in D.C.