D.C.’s hometown NBA team holds court against rivals from Detroit to New York. Capital One Arena, 202.628.3200
‘The Woman in Black’
A curse-casting specter haunts a lawyer in this spine-tingling British hit. Shakespeare Theatre Company, 202.547.1122
Bob Dylan & His Band
The legendary folk singer/ songwriter brings his inspiring music to D.C. fans. The Anthem, 877.435.9849
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Tickets To Enchantment
Magic, Elvis’ Bible, Frankie Valli and Santa on the moon. Holiday entertainment doesn’t have to include trees and lights. This year, a plethora of sights and sounds in Washington, D.C., brings plenty of fun. From rare biblical artifacts to dazzling illusions, here’s how to soak up the magic of the season.
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The Case for Speed-watching
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WHERE THERE'S SMOKE, THERE'S Fire
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ONE STEP AT A Time
NBA and G League vet Jeremy Lin and Loyola Marymount's Anthony Yu speak candidly about the ups and downs of being Asian American in the basketball world.
THE GARDEN Blooms
The Knicks are back. Deadass, they're back. A return to the tough, gritty, resilient style that made the teams of the past so dominant has allowed Saba Julius Randle and RJ Barrett and the Knicks an opportunity to compete for homecourt advantage in the 2021 playoffs. Facts.
Can't YOU SEE
It ain't hard to tell that supernatural vision has established Nuggets star Nikola Jokic as a clear candidate for the 2021 MVP Award.
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DAPPER LABS, CREATORS OF NBA TOP SHOT, GET $305M IN FUNDING
Canadian blockchain technology company Dapper Labs has secured $305 million in private funding — some of it from current and former NBA players, including Michael Jordan — to scale up its virtual NBA trading card site, the company said this week.