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It’s been a legen – wait for it! – dary week for television, and we need a major episode recap. From the end of The Office to the first previews for Andy Samberg’s new FOX show, these past few days have been a pixelated blur – and we’ve loved every minute of it. And so in honor of all things television, we bring you, fellow remote-controllers, this week’s impromptu State of the Sitcom address. More»
Ever wish that The Office's Jim Halpert were your local paper salesman? Or that you could spend a night bar-hopping with HIMYM's Barney Stinson? We can't help you make their acquaintance, but we can help you bring your favorite shows to real life - sort of. From Modern Family-inspired nail polish to Dunder Mifflin paper, here are some of your best bets for sitcom-inspired products! More»
Upscale gastropub The Gryphon opened in Dupont Circle last night with a VIP Preview Party, in the space that used to be Heritage India (which moved two blocks over to 1633 P St NW). Executive Chef Joseph Evans of sister restaurant Lost Society served up towering plates of bite-sized menu highlights, including gator bites, mini grilled cheese and tomato soup, crawfish mac-n-cheese and barbacoa tator tots con queso. More»
We think that humor is one of the best antidotes for stress, which is why we spent many a college midterm season checking out on-campus comedy. And given that some of today's top-notch television talents come from top-notch classrooms, our always-on-cue classmate could very well be the next Mindy Kaling. In the spirit of midterm season and in advance of Tina Fey and Paul Rudd's new film Admission (in which Fey plays a Princeton admissions rep), we've rounded up comediennes with Ivy League degrees. More»
Before JFK was president, he was a senator kicking it in Georgetown with his wife Jacqueline Kennedy. Jackie's occupation at this time was a devoted housewife, making John's breakfast and taking his clothes to the dry cleaners. More»
Valentine's Day is a harsh reminder that DC's demographics are heavily tipped in the gentlemen's favor. Here are seven hotties that have not been snatched up yet, and they all just so happen to have really cool jobs:
Well, folks, after seven seasons, 30 Rock is officially a sitcom of Thursday nights past. And although Liz Lemon will always occupy a special place in our Netflix queues, we're on the hunt for new shows to satisfy our comedy addiction. We figured that you might need comic relief too, so we've rounded up some series in development that we're super excited to watch! More»
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The Newseum buzzed with celebrities and media elites for the DC premiere of the first original series on Netflix, House of Cards. The 13-episode series premieres this Friday, February 1, and yes, you can watch all 13 episodes at once if you want to. More»
The 70th Annual Golden Globes helps kick off awards season on Sunday, meaning endless hours of painfully dry ceremonies (though Tina and Amy could mercifully change that up this year) of famous people giving other famous people statues and rambling speeches in the months ahead. Though we are admittedly not big fans of the award shows themselves, we do love watching all of the stars arrive on the red carpet to see who shines brightest in their glamorous gowns and suits. In anticipation of the fashions we'll see at Sunday's big show, let's take a walk down our favorite part of memory lane with a look back at our picks for Best Dressed of Golden Globes past...
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.