When Arena Stage stages Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It! later this month, it’ll be free, outdoors, and featuring two-time Helen Hayes award-winner E. Faye Butler in the lead role.
Celebrity Chef/Restauranteur Spike Mendelsohn and Author/Chef Carla Hall are mixing appetites and activism with their new food-inspired voter participation campaign.
All the Devils Are Here: How Shakespeare Invented the Villain, an immersive sound experience called Blindness, The Crucible, The Chairs, Red Velvet, and As You Like It comprise STC’s upcoming season, offered as both online or in socially-distanced theatrical options when DC reaches Phase 3.
The BORO in Tysons (8350 Broad Street) is hosting a festive and socially-distant Oktoberfest event with URBNmarket on Friday, October 9, and Saturday, October 10.
This October, Strathmore is welcoming the community back — with care — to its 16-acre campus in North Bethesda, MD to experience Monuments: Creative Forces, an outdoor installation by Australian artist Craig Walsh. The exhibition’s subjects will be artists whose work changes the shape of… Read More
Cork Wine Bar & Market and Pizzeria Paradiso have partnered on a wine retail pop-up starting on October 1 and at Pizzeria Paradiso’s Spring Valley location at 4850 Massachusetts Avenue, NW.
Two participating Rosslyn restaurants will offer Jazz Supper Clubs ‘under the stars’… or music lovers can listen for free with at-home virtual streaming.
Over 40 women-owned food businesses in the DC area will participate in Women’s Food Fest, with each offering a special dish, drink, or other delicious menu special.
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.