Interpol’s fifth studio album “El Pintor” was promising. Its opening track “All the Rage Back Home” sets the stage for a bright, anthemic sonic soundscape. But three tracks in, listeners will discover more of the same.
Back from a tour of the Midwest, OK Go bassist and vocalist Tim Nordwind said his band has moved past its “Here It Goes Again” days to a more synthesized sound. OK Go will perform Sept. 16 at the 9:30 Club.
With a day’s worth of activities based on destinations along three Metro lines, your only job is to pick a color.
David Chang gave us culinary news to celebrate this week: the celebrity restaurateur and owner of beloved New York City-based ramen joint Momofuku Noodle Bar will open a D.C. counterpart in the spring.
For those in the city, Restaurant Week from Aug. 11 to 17 is a chance to (cheaply) test the D.C. area’s numerous gastronomic options.
If you planned to order booze tonight from alcohol delivery service Ultra, you might find yourself walking to the package store instead.
In the second Columbian College of Arts and Sciences ceremony, speakers implored students to become self-aware, global citizens worthy of creating and challenging public policy.
Dean Michael Brown urged students to appreciate not just the Elliott School’s location but also the scholars and leaders that make it unique.
Before their sold-out show at the 9:30 Club with The 1975, Sir Sly – an L.A. trio comprised of Landon Jacobs, Jason Suwito and Hayden Coplen – sat down to discuss their upcoming album, why they wouldn’t copy Led Zeppelin’s writing style and that time their trailer broke at the U.S.-Canadian border.
Here’s how to navigate the transition smoothly and feel more productive in the process.