Whip out the banjo. Former congressman and \”Dukes of Hazzard\” actor Ben Jones is bringing a little bit of country to the D.C. region this weekend.
WTOP goes behind the scenes with members of Blue Man Group.
Newcomers to D.C. might think Madam\’s Organ is nothing more than an Adams Morgan watering hole frequented by lovers of blues and jazz.
It\’s Cinco de Mayo. The guacamole is prepped, the beers are cold and it\’s time to celebrate … what exactly?
Food, booze and music will soon unite for a happy trifecta of fun
in North Bethesda.
As Potomac Video in Chevy Chase prepares to close its doors this spring, D.C. is losing not only the last remaining brick and mortar video store, but
also the expertise that distinguishes this neighborhood institution from big
The group of five photographers snapping away at the Tidal Basin Wednesday afternoon looked like every group of people admiring the cherry blossoms. But these men see the world differently. They are autistic.
Tune into this weekend\’s episode of \”Veep\” and a local face will be featured alongside the show\’s stars.
The country\’s biggest art show will be seen on more than 50,000 billboards
to D.C. and other cities this summer.
A different kind of March Madness is taking over the local theater community as actors prepare to compete in a battle royale this weekend.
It\’s been 11 years since local graphic designer and heavy metal vocalist Nina Osegueda lost 60 pounds. She says music has helped her keep the weight off.
Alone with her thoughts on a plane in 2009, comedienne Ann Randolph wrote her one-woman show \”Loveland.\” Her father had just died and her mother was recovering from a stroke.
Opened in 1950, the \”venerable sheet music emporium\” is getting ready to close its doors on its 64th anniversary.
\”The Peculiar Case of Formula 12,\” a new web series filmed in D.C., is a \”retelling, a reimagining, of a classic science fiction thriller.\”
A new generation of comic book heroes is waging battle against illiteracy and boredom.
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.