If DC is a melting pot, Madam’s Organ is a very particular sort of stew. Bursting with all sorts of flavors and colors mingled into one very unique mix.
Looking for something funny and fun to do on a Wednesday night? Starting this February, Metro Comedy presents live standup at Bar 7, an upscale bar and lounge located on 7th Street near the convention center. Metro Comedy, launched in 2009 by local comedian and host Ed Blaze, is set to bring comedy to Bar… read more »
Cymbeline at Shakespeare Theatre This month, Shakespeare Theatre tackles one of Shakespeare’s romantic tragedies. It’s not the ubiquitously staged Romeo and Juliet, but the rarely performed Cymbeline, a story where forgiveness and honesty are to be cherished, and the value of true friendship can never be underestimated. Considered one of Shakespeare’s earliest and most complex… read more »
Older fight fans remember the day when the only game in town was boxing. It’s hard to believe that MMA might boast more fans worldwide than boxing ever did. And here in the United States, it would appear more and more gyms are tossing the boxing gloves and replacing them with kicking bags. This trend… read more »
Now in its fourth year, Our City Film Festival – the only festival that showcases independent films focusing solely on DC culture and its blended communities – continues to evolve. This year, the festival kicks off with an Opening Night party Saturday, February 12 from 8 to 11 p.m. at R.F.D in Penn Quarter. The… read more »
This little pearl just off the beaten path in Dupont Circle has a reputation as one of the best oyster place in town. While On Tap was scouting DC’s other oyster joints, Hank’s name kept popping up — bartenders and shuckers alike sang its praises. We decided to stop in to see why. The atmosphere…. read more »
Search “amble” online and read 100 ways to have a school fire drill. Every interpretation seems to be a brisk walk, slow run, or “faster than walking, slower than running.” I picture my first grade teacher on my way to recess yelling, “Don’t run Mr. Cherner.” It’s never good when they use your last name…. read more »
In the past ten years, the popularity of mixed martial arts fighting has exploded. As a result, gyms across the country have opened, each specializing in various styles of martial arts and a roster of fighters hungry to make a name for themselves. And while women make up a small minority of fighters, there is… read more »