'Wait Wait' For July 24, 2021: The Smithsonian's Ellen Stofan Plays Not My Job
This week's show was recorded remotely with host Peter Sagal, official judge and scorekeeper Bill Kurtis, Not My Job guest Ellen Stofan and panelists Laci Mosley, Bobcat Goldthwait and Karen Chee.
'Ted Lasso' Recap: Season 2 Returns With Dogs, Yips And Bad Dates
Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis) is back in a second season of the Emmy-nominated series, in Sudeikis' Golden-Globe-winning role.
Apple TV+ This is a recap of the first episode of season 2 of Ted Lasso.
Smash Hit Chinese-American Takeout Lucky Danger Expands to Arlington
Of all the new restaurant concepts and ghost kitchens born in the pandemic, Lucky Danger has been, well, pretty lucky.
Name The National Zoo's Adorable New Black-Footed Ferret Kits
Need a wholesome break from your week? Take a minute to help name the Smithsonian Zoo's new black-footed ferret kits!
You'll Soon Be Able to Walk Into a Smithsonian Museum Without Tickets
Visitors will no longer need to reserve a timed-entry pass to check out most of the Smithsonian museums starting on Tuesday, July 20.
A Congressman Just Donated the Suit He Wore During the Jan. 6 Insurrection to the Smithsonian | Washingtonian (DC)
It's been six months since a group of right-wing rioters stormed the Capitol. More than 500 people have been arrested in connection to the January 6 insurrection.
The Washington Post TikTok Guy Wrote a Book About Making TikToks | Washingtonian (DC)
Dave Jorgenson has made affably surreal TikToks for the Washington Post since May 2019, and his output has only increased since the publication told its employees to work from home last March.
Weekend Wind-Down: Check Out This Pride Flag Art Exhibit Inside Harvey Milk's Former Camera Shop
Pride Month is in full swing; things are looking even more gay around San Francisco.
Curator Joy Bivins Is Named New Director of the Schomburg Center
Joy Bivins, who joined the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem last year, has been named director of the center.
Winemakers to pour $4 million into Smithsonian's popular American Food History Project
In spring 1996, the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History sponsored a two-day symposium called Red, White and American, commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Paris tasting that showed California wines can beat the best of France.