A chat with the AFI Festivals director about D.C.'s best film festival: AFI Docs.
Brightest Young Things has been informing D.C. where to go and what to do for the last 11 years. BYT Radio will discuss big stories from our online magazine and give our Best Weekend Bets. Time is money. Spend it well.
This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
Did The Sopranos, Mad Men and Breaking Bad lead to Fixer Upper, MasterChef Junior and My Lottery Dream Home?
Jenn Tisdale, festival director of BYT's Death Becomes Us fest, comes on the show to tease next week's DBU November 2019 announcements with some audio from the March 2019 DBU show with Damien Echols, Amanda Knox and John Douglas.
Nina O'Neil, curator of the By The People + Monochrome Art Fair and founder and director of Monochrome Collective, chats about the new Georgetown pop up.
Curators Marta Staudinger and Helen Criales join the show to discuss Spiritual Wanderlust, the new show at Latela Curatorial.
From art in a gallery to art at a ball.
New D.C. gallery owner Todd Von Ammon comes on the show to discuss the first exhibit at Von Ammon Co., a solo show by Tabor Robak.
Founder of House of Sonique Chaz Sonique chats about this Sunday's Garden Ball at U Hall and COUNTDOWN! on Friday, May 31 at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Ammon joins the show as part of BYT's DC Art Census 2019.
Artist Eric Uhlir joins the show to discuss his new exhibit, Recalled in Human Memory, currently on display at the Hillyer.
This episode is part of BYT’s DC Art Census 2019.
Edward Zwick joins the show to talk about his new film, "Trial By Fire" and artist Carni Klirs chats with us about his current art exhibit: "Action. Reaction. Action: Visualizing Fugazi."
The man behind Columbia Room comes on the show to talk about his new book, "Spirits, Sugar, Water, Bitters: How the Cocktail Conquered the World."
1/3rd of Republic Restoratives comes by to chat about their new Grappa collaboration with City Winery and Brandon gets drunk on one shot.
We’re celebrating Passover with Call Your Mother’s Andrew Dana and director of the new documentary Hail Satan?, Penny Lane.
A chat with Chefs Gerald Addison and Chris Morgan from Maydan and psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb. Eat grilled vegetables and see a therapist.