The second annual festival celebrates both the hidden figures of history and the rise of black superheroes.
The underdog who upset Adam Lambert brings his “Somethin’ About Christmas” tour to the Miracle Theatre on Barracks Row.
Festival founder Kevin Sampson shares his inspiration to launch the festival and why the timing is so poignant.
A man and a child were shot in a commercial district near the Washington Navy Yard.
What started as a simple relocation could turn
the death of a D.C. institution as Backstage,
the city\’s only full-time costume retailer,
struggles to find a new home.
Backstage, Inc. is celebrating its last Halloween
in D.C. after more than three decades of peddling
fake blood, fairy glitter and Skittle-colored wigs.
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.