Shows to check out in February: classic musicals, Tchaikovsky and loud yoga
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Shows to check out in February: classic musicals, Tchaikovsky and loud yoga

  Phantom of the Opera Now – February 7, Hippodrome Theater “The Phantom of the Opera” is one of the most critically acclaimed musicals in Broadway history, and they…

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Maryland gets its own sketch-comedy duo
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Maryland gets its own sketch-comedy duo

Imagine a girl offering a crash-course on grunge culture to a friend who somehow missed the entire movement, a Maryland-themed cooking show in which the main ingredient for…

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An evening with Joanna Newsom
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An evening with Joanna Newsom

On Dec. 10, 2015, musician Joanna Newsom and opening acts Alela Diane & Ryan Francesconi came to Washington D.C. for a magical evening evening of sights and sounds.  Touring…

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Which is better? “The Hunger Games” novel or film?
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Which is better? “The Hunger Games” novel or film?

Let’s just get this out of the way: Jennifer Lawrence is not a good actress. She is a microcosm of the original “The Hunger Games” film as a whole —…

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An evening with Born Ruffians
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An evening with Born Ruffians

Indie-rock band Born Ruffians performed an intimate evening of new jams from their latest album “RUFF” at the Rock & Roll Hotel in D.C. Led by front-man Luke…

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An evening with Deafheaven
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An evening with Deafheaven

Californian black metal band Deafheaven came to the Howard Theatre to tour their latest album “New Bermuda.” With raging vocals from frontman George Clarke, the evening was a non-stop…

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