Steel Panther brings its full-frontal aural assault of “heavy metal comedy” to the District area this weekend to rock you silly. Don’t know the Panther? The Los Angeles-based quartet plays a patented blend of 1980s hair metal (a la Warrant, Poison and Bon Jovi) and hilariously dirty comedy — all done with precision and wit. Vocalist Michael Starr sat down to discuss the best advice Judas Priest singer Rob Halford ever gave him, his possible ibuprofen addiction and what you can expect when Steel Panther rips into your town.
Marvel and Disney are going microscopic again.
Sen. Al Franken is not done with his career as an author.
Looking for a reason to scream in D.C.? Stop by the Exorcism Estate.
Many people know the basic elements of the story of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager who was the youngest person ever to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. But “He Named Me Malala” retells that story in a deft and affecting way. Director Davis Guggenheim, who made the Oscar-winning “An Inconvenient Truth” and the controversial “Waiting for Superman,” does some of his most heartfelt work in this tribute to Malala and her entire family.
Paul Prudhomme, the Cajun who popularized spicy Louisiana cuisine and became one of the first American restaurant chefs to achieve worldwide fame, died Thursday. He was 75.
Actor Daniel Craig has said he wants to move on from the James Bond franchise and that, for now, he would rather slit his wrists than do another Bond movie.
On any episode of “Madam Secretary,” U.S. Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord must negotiate with world leaders, Beltway power brokers and, sometimes, her own family on the home front.
Janet Jackson, Steve Miller, Chicago and The Cars are among the first-time nominees being considered for induction next year in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
“Jackass” star Steve-O was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail for climbing at least 100 feet up a crane in Hollywood in a protest against SeaWorld that drew dozens of emergency responders.