The D.C. area offers a plethora of venues to catch live music, but one local institution has a better main room than any other in the country.
Washington Jewish Music Festival opens this week, runs through May 11
A shuttle bus zipped around downtown D.C., Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle Thursday night with a sign on the side that read "Food & Friends Presents: Queen Force One." Inside, the bus drag queens on a mission to help others.
Boxing legend Mike Tyson brings his one-man show to the stage in D.C. And Fox News pundit Bill O'Reilly joins comic Dennis Miller for their "Bolder and Fresher" tour.
Man gets 82 years for killing 2 men in DC after long-running dispute
GOP Rep. John Mica compares DC leaders to 'teenagers' for seeking budget autonomy
The head of the D.C. police officers' union is requesting a review of the District's emergency dispatch system.
DC responds to school closing lawsuit, says shuttering 15 schools will improve education
As a parent who loves biking, you probably wish you could do it more often.
You've seen them on the street corners. They spin signs of all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they do flips, or throw their signs into the air -- whatever it takes to get your attention as you drive by.
Is D.C. a haunted town? Nightly Spirits' Haunted Pub Tour offers guests an inside glimpse into the city's present nightlife and the past souls who decided to stick around for it. Some of the most swanky and historic bars top the list on the tour that promises a haunting good time.
A new survey from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) released today finds that D.C. residents overwhelmingly support both red-light and speed cameras.
New artists to be featured at Smithsonian Craft Show
Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art brings its 1st exhibit of Africa's land art in DC
Members of Congress traded suits and ties for T-shirts and shorts at the inaugural Capital Soccer Classic, a charity event held Wednesday at Gallaudet University's Hotchkiss Field.
There's been no talk in the District of Columbia of moving government workers who get health care from the city onto a private insurance exchange that's being established under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
Alexander Graham Bell's voice identified in 130-year-old wax audio recording at Smithsonian
Last year, the number of motorcylce riders killed in vehicle crashes increased nationally. But motorcycle riders in the Washington region fared a safer year.
Day after clinching playoff berth, Capitals re-sign forwards Fehr, Volpatti to 2-year deals
Newly elected DC councilmember says she will quit job with major city contractor