Ivy, graffiti and rot adorn the abandoned walls of Glenn Dale Hospital and Sanatorium. The 200 acres of land 15 miles outside D.C. have inspired countless ghost stories and conspiracy theories.
Go for the music, stay for the pinball. One of D.C.\’s most beloved venues is ditching part of its small eatery and replacing those hot dogs with pinball machines.
From \”Frozen\” to \”Maleficent,\” strong female voices are paving the way for a future generation of tough women.
Local aspiring songwriters and bands have the chance to win $10,000 and perform in front of a live audience thanks to a new contest now accepting applications.
Facebook has released a list of what TV shows and movies and D.C. natives like on Facebook compared to other Americans.
Members of the Street Sense Filmmakers Coop are taught everything from writing screenplays to directing films. The only difference is, these creatives are homeless.
Dinner and a movie may never be the same thanks to a second luxury theater opening in North Bethesda this weekend.
A new luxury movie theater opening in Westfield Montgomery Mall promises to erase the annoyances of going to the movies and replace them with craft beer, movie memorabilia and reserved seating.
The biannual 5×5 Project brings 25 contemporary artworks to the streets, buildings and even sidewalks of D.C.
iTunes has unveiled the Dothraki Companion by Random House.
A rare photo of Selina Gray, Gen. Robert E. Lee\’s house slave, found on Ebay.
A new movement trades in the comfort of modernity for the serenity of nature.
The new faces of GWAR speak — and it\’s not pretty. The world as we know it is in peril, and these two ugly aliens are the only things preventing our complete desolation. Editor\’s note: The photos may not be appropriate for all ages.
For centuries, Thor has been depicted as tall, muscled and decidedly male. His blond, flowing locks are more a tribute to his Viking roots than a symbol of his gender.
The deliciously disturbing tale kicks off Virginia Opera\’s landmark 40th-anniversary season.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.