he National Museum of Health and Medicine is marking National Hairball Awareness Day with a special program.
A new exhibition on the National Mall is delving into historic and modern-day land issues in Africa.
Rapper 2 Chainz appeared in court Wednesday on the Eastern Shore.
A program to offer free and discounted theater tickets, classes and other services for veterans and military families is expanding to 85 theaters in 33 states.
A new musical inspired by a Degas sculpture at the National Gallery of Art will make its premiere at the Kennedy Center in Washington.
NPR is moving to a new $201 million headquarters with all digital equipment in Washington, leaving its analog radio gear behind.
Here’s a look at what’s going around town for the week of April 14.
There is a new program in town that proves you are never too young to appreciate music. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has launched its Music Box series.
Afrojack will open the main stage at 2013 Preakness InfieldFest on May 18 at Pimlico Race Course, ABD Rodney Atkins and Rachel Farley will perform at the Black-Eyed Susan concert a day earlier.
A violinist is suing Ocean City, saying police hassled him over his music while enforcing a restrictive noise ordinance.
Morgan State University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts is presenting the musical, “The Color Purple.”
Get a load of these celebrities as they throw out the ceremonial first pitch at ballparks all across the country.
Here are 10 celebrity cougars.