Norman Lear, Common to Address Arts Advocates in D.C.Television producer Norman Lear is joining advocates in Washington to show support for arts funding.
Five Little Known Facts About "A Christmas Carol"Carlo DeVito, author of "Inventing Scrooge" from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken's "A Christmas Carol."
Designer Erin Gates On Styling Your BookshelfGet tips for organizing your bookshelf from Erin Gates, author of Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life from sister company Simon & Schuster.
Arts Program Moves From Kennedy Center to University of Maryland An arts management training program has moved from the Kennedy Center to the University of Maryland, along with the arts center's former chief executive.
Maryland High Schooler Will Have Art on Display in U.S. Capitol A high school student from Waldorf, Maryland, will have a piece of his artwork on display in the U.S. Capitol for a year.
Kennedy Center Receives $1 Million for Arts Education The Newman's Own Foundation is giving $1 million to the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Congress Says No to Eisenhower Memorial Funding A budget deal approved by Congress restores funding for some national arts and cultural programs, but others will still see reductions.
Kennedy Center Names 1st Female PresidentThe head of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra was named president of the Kennedy Center, becoming the first woman to lead the performing arts center since it opened in 1971, officials said Tuesday.
FotoWeek Opens in D.C. with 100+ Exhibits, Events More than 100 exhibits, programs and events are opening as part of the FotoWeek DC 2013 festival.
DC's Political Scandal Landmarks: Not Your Average Bus TourWashington DC is the political capitol of the US. It's also the center of a multitude of political scandals. Author Allison Leotta, author of Speak Of The Devil, shares DC's top scandal landmarks.
Former D.C. Church Being Transformed Into Arts CenterA former church in Southwest D.C. is the centerpiece of a planned arts revolution in the city.
DC's National Theatre Gets New Start After Neglect The oldest continuously operating theater in the nation's capital that has drawn top performers dating back decades before the Civil War is getting a fresh start and a makeover after years of struggle.