Entries by Amanda Weisbrod

Music Picks: April 2018

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 Ana Moura With stunning vocals, Ana Moura has been a fixture in the Portuguese music scene since 2003, including collaborations with Prince and The Rolling Stones. It’s no wonder legends have picked up on her undeniable talent because whether the lyrics are delivered in English or Portuguese, the aptitude of Moura’s singing […]

Green Brewing Options

With thousands of options out there, make your choice matter by opting for a brew from one of these eco-friendly and sustainable breweries. From clean water initiatives to preserving the Appalachian Trail, these 11 breweries each have their own approach to doing what they can for the environment. Check out our list below to find […]

What’s On Tap: March 2018

Greetings, beer nerds! As you likely know, there are a number of fantastic spots in the DMV where you can grab a pint, and their menus are always evolving and adapting to your tastes. If you’d rather avoid the guessing game, check out what’s coming up at a few of these fine establishments. THURSDAY, MARCH […]

Uncork, Unwind And Enjoy

Whether you like wine, love wine or are flat out crazy about it, Spring Wine Fling is the best time to try new and exotic varietals. Hosted by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington, this weeklong event for wine lovers will take place at restaurants around the DC area from March 26 to April 1. […]

Stage And Screen Events: March 2018

THROUGH SUNDAY, APRIL 8 Hold These Truths Based on a true story, Hold These Truths investigates one of the darkest moments in American history through the experience of Gordon Hirabayashi, a University of Washington student who fought the U.S. government’s order to relocate over 100,000 Japanese descendants into internment camps after the attack on Pearl […]

Sights And Sounds Of Today’s Ireland

They don’t have a large country or a long history of independence. But Ireland does have an independent culture, and for Paddy Meskell, culture is at the heart of Ireland’s global influence. “Culture is the ultimate soft influence,” Meskell says. “As you experience a nation through its culture, you’re more likely to have a positive […]

Josh Hodges Talks 10 Years in STRFKR, Upcoming 9:30 Club Show

Best known for hit songs “Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second” and “While I’m Alive,” STRFKR is throwing a high-energy dance party on Saturday night at 9:30 Club. Since Josh Hodges’ solo project began at house parties in Portland 10 years ago, he’s released 11 albums, toured all over the U.S. and built a reputation for […]

Cabaret Rising at Dupont Underground

With each step down the spray-painted, concrete staircase, you feel yourself leaving our world and entering a twisted reality composed of an authoritarian regime, a pissed-off resistance and a little bit of drag. Cabaret Rising, a TBD Immersive production, is a mesmeric theatre experience in the Dupont Underground that leaves you wanting more. TBD Immersive hosted the […]