On Saturday, September 19th, kick-off Oktoberfest with your own private festival delivered to your door — or picked up curbside at DC Brau between 12-4 PM.
Black Restaurant Week – Greater Washington D.C. is coming to DC for the first time from Friday, September 18 until Sunday, September 27.
Zoofari’s annual gourmet gathering, Bite Night, is coming out of its cage. Because in 2020, adaptation is everything. In response to the continuing health crisis, Bite Night: ZooFari has become “Byte Night: ZooFari, sponsored by GEICO,” and for the first time in 35 years, will… Read More
Everything seems to be digital these days, but a new exhibit at the Mansion at Strathmore takes a look at the artistic primacy of paper. Paper has a long history in communication and culture — used to record and share information as well as shape… Read More
Drive-in theatres are making a comeback during coronavirus, and this Alexandria experience is especially exciting for DC-area neighbors looking for a safe and socially distant way to enjoy classic cinema under the stars. The Alexandria Drive-In Theatre, presented by ALX Community and The Garden, will officially… Read More
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced that it will be resuming some on-site and digital programming initiatives in advance of the 2021 season, which is set to begin on January 14. This limited in-person slate of programming will remain flexible in… Read More
The Kennedy Center, in partnership with Facebook, launched its Arts Across America initiative on July 27, 2020. This program is intended to uplift artists and showcase art from communities and regions across the country in this time of uncertainty. Over 20 weeks, Arts Across America… Read More
DC-based artists performing original music and discussing art’s role in the campaign for racial justice? Get excited for these sounds of the summer. CapitalBop, a DC-based grassroots presenting organization, this month launched its Freedom Summer Sessions, a summer-long streaming series addressing the role of music… Read More
The National Museum of Women in the Arts has announced plans to reopen to the public on Saturday, August 1. Guests will be able to experience NMWA’s art with short audioguides, though in-person gallery talks, tours, and public programs remain on hold for foreseeable future.… Read More
Remember team-building exercises? Remember group fun? Watson Adventures, known for its entertaining scavenger hunts, is still offering private and public games in more than 30 cities around the United States for corporate team building, educational, and family applications. Now, the excitement has just gone virtual!… Read More