Gov. Bob McDonnell helped kicked off what will be four days of remembrance and Civil War education for the uninitiated.
Sierra Maestra at Artisphere, Candy and Dorothy come to Rockville and an actor explores why people hate actors.
Plen air painters flock to Easton, Empty Chair presents Titus Andronicus and Natalie York brings soulful sounds to the Birchmere.
The District's African American Civil War Museum has reopened just days before the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War.
A weekend of festivities is accompanying the reopening of The African American Civil War Museum in D.C.
In less than a week, Manassas, Va. will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the First Battle of Manassas and the start of the Civil War.
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