Latino jazz singer Claudia Acuña will perform her original compositions at the American History Museum.

Events April 17-19: Just a Dream, Craft Show Benefit, and Claudia Acuña

This week, bring the family to a play about eco-friendly practices, preview the Smithsonian Craft Show, and kick back to a Latin jazz concert

This weekend kicks off "The Art of Video Games" with GameFest, a three day festival.

Weekend Events March 16-18: Evolution of Video Games, Saint Paddy Party, and Masterworks of Three Centuries

Illusionist/director/writer Teller of the film "& Teller 2" poses for a portrait during the 11th annual CineVegas film festival held at the Palms Casino Resort on June 13, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Teller Speaks on the Enduring Appeal of Magic

The magician famous for being mute as a performer says that magic is all about the unwilling suspension of disbelief

Meet Oglala Lakota Angela Babby, the creator of "Mountain Chief" and other enameled mosaic works.

Events Dec. 12-15: Seasons of Light, The Expert Is In, Day With the Artists, and Holiday Jazz

This week, see a holiday performance, talk to a bird expert, meet a pair of Native artists, and attend a jazz concert

John de Lancie and Anna Gunn in the world premier of Alan Alda's Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie at the Geffen Playhouse directed by Daniel Sullivan.

Q & A with Alan Alda on Marie Curie

A new play explains how despite the many challenges, the famous scientist didn’t stop trailblazing after her first Nobel

Production shot of "Chinglish"

“Chinglish” Dramatizes China-U.S. Muddles

In the new Broadway play by David Henry Hwang, an American in Beijing misinterpreting the signs

ILL-abilities crew

Events for the Week of 5/16-5/21: Zoo Feedings, ILL-Abilities Crew, Celebrate Hawai’i

Events for the week of 5/16/11 - 5/21/11


Events for May 9-May 13: Harry Potter, Cultural Dialogue, "Cosmic Collisions"


The Smithsonian Museums and The National Zoo Are Open


Events: FONZ Photo Club, Mad Science, Mars and More


Events: West African Dance, an Online Poetry Workshop, Learn About Juliette Gordon Low and More


Events: Holiday Fun, American Indian Artists, Fossil Forensics and More


Events: Seasonal Celebrations, Norman Rockwell, Public Art and More

Maurice Hines, left, joins his brother Gregory (now deceased) in the finale of the smash 1981 Broadway musical Sophisticated Ladies.

Maurice Hines on the Legacy of the Apollo Theater

The legendary dancer talks about starting his career in Harlem and his upcoming Sammy Davis Jr. project


Events: Puppets, Astronauts, the Vietnamese-American Experience, Christo and More


Events: Children's Day, Digital Art, Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter and More!


Events: Ethel Merman, Musical Theater, Apollo 13 Memorabilia and More!


Events: How To Build a Building, Remember Japanese Internment and Celebrate Civil Rights


Events: Celebrate Black History Month With Art and Science's Best and Brightest


Events: More Elvis, Jesse Owens, Wilma Rudolph and Remembering Georgetown!

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