After enduring a month of drama, the film has finally hit theaters, yet is unable to deliver an output as gripping as its promotion cycle.
Arlo Parks left the crowd at 9:30 Club enthralled by her ability to capture the pure emotions felt by so many in her thoughtful songwriting.
Despite the chaotic nature of what was supposed to be an ordinary Saturday matinee, the “Funny Girl” cast miraculously blended together seamlessly.
The wistful Bad Bunny cast a sense of homesickness across the audience as his songs reminded me of my younger years in Puerto Rico.
“Bullet Train” is far from a perfect film, but it provides enough irreverent entertainment to earn the rank of a satisfying summer action movie.
Framing Fatherhood launched in the galleries at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design last month, where photos capture the deeply personal and often misperceived themes of Black manhood.
The three-day music fest brought a hard-hitting musical display that locals hadn’t seen since the pre-pandemic era.
Raveena performed psychedelic songs and Bollywood-style dance as part of her Asha’s Awakening Tour 2022 at the 9:30 Club last Friday.
Alternative pop singer Rina Sawayama delivered a dynamic performance of guitar solos, discotheque beats and stunning vocals to The Howard Theatre.
Swae flew around the stage with a GW tricorn hat while performing crowd favorites like “Come Get Her” for roughly an hour.