Earlier this week, National Geographic held an event at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) to kick off its upcoming The Race Issue, a special single-topic issue on race being released in conjunction with the upcoming 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination… Read More
Don’t miss out on Sprinkles’ dedicated cupcake for the cherry blossom season, available March 19 to April 15. The cupcake is a pure Morello cherry cake topped with sweet cherry frosting.
The sixth annual Awesome Con will delight with hours of panels, workshops at more at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center March 30-April 1. Fans of comics, technology, science, television and film, custom art, and over-the-top cosplay can dive into the programming schedule (available here), but here are… Read More
Don’t just seize the day when you can seize the dining! Carpe DC Food Tours recently announced the launch of its first annual National Cherry Blossom Festival Food Crawl — in timely partnership with the National Cherry Blossom Festival — to kick off the 2018 cherry… Read More
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) held its 31st annual Leukemia Ball on Saturday, March 10, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, raising some $3 million in support of LLS’s goal of a world without blood cancers. “The Leukemia Ball remains one of Washington, D.C.’s… Read More
Nearly five years after opening his award-winning South American steakhouse, Chef Victor Albisu announced that Del Campo will close on March 24. In its place, he’ll be offering two Mexican concepts, a new location of Taco Bamba and Poca Madre, a contemporary Mexican fine dining restaurant. Now Taco Bamba, Albisu’s popular counter-service taqueria, will… Read More
TacoArepa’s sister concept, Frida Beer Garden opens this week (Friday). Enjoy TacoArepa’s tacos, arepas, tostadas and bowls with a Caribbean cocktail or beer while playing cornhole or Nerf Basketball under the heaters this weekend. Plus, sip on Maryland draft beers at $2 off for the opening weekend as you help… Read More
I always like a play where I can’t wait to exit the theater and research the history behind the story. Written by Jeanne Sakata, Hold These Truths at Arena Stage is such a play. The script offers the straightforward tale of Gordon Hirabayashi, a University of Washington… Read More