The Folger Shakespeare Library (almost presciently) closed its historic building for a scheduled renovation in March 2020 and now, after over three years of “On the Road” programming, DC’s Elizbethan-style theatre — and new public spaces — are ready to host performances, concerts, and readings starting on November 17, 2023.
The World Beer Cup, presented by the Brewers Association, is lauded to be the most prestigious beer competition in the world recognizing the art and science of brewing — and a DC stout just won the top prize.
Broadway at The National’s 2023/2024 season features highly anticipated D.C. premieres and beloved Broadway favorites.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival announced the winning entries for the Petal Porches “People’s Petal Porch” competition, honors awarded to the most festive of those who decorated their porches, yards, and windows in all things pink and blossoms to celebrate the return of spring and the 2023 National Cherry Blossom Festival.
More than 200 people were in attendance and helped to raise nearly $100,000 to work toward addiction treatment and recovery services for the homeless and at-risk at Samaritan Inns’ inaugural Battle of the Mocktails.
It’s time for the 2023 Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) finalist announcements! Winners of the 2023 RAMMY Awards will be announced on Sunday, July 9, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center at the 41st Annual RAMMYS, but finalists took some accolades this week as nominations… Read More
In late March, the National Women’s History Museum debuted its inaugural in-person exhibition at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, DC. The exhibit, which will run through September 2024, is open to the public and free of charge.
In celebration of the start of the baseball season, The Yards neighborhood has some of the best bets for scoring free Nationals home game tickets as well as places to watch or pre-/post-game!
A selection of 16 artworks, displayed in various storefronts, comes back to Admans Morgan for a self-guided walking tour from April 3 through April 30, 2023.
Throughout the month of April, the Folger Theatre will be Searching for Shakespeare: Celebrating 400 Years of Shakespeare’s First Folio — which is actually a citywide celebration in partnership with DC Public Library. The month of Bard-filled bliss features a historic exhibition of the First Folio, a DC-wide Scavenger Hunt, Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture, family programs, and the presentation of a world premiere performance work.