A “taut, smart, queasily of-the-moment” (Vogue) drama which premiered at The Public Theater in 2018 is coming back to Studio Theatre this month to debut as its first audio play. The political drama Kings by Alexandria, VA native Sarah Burgess comes just in time for… Read More
Miss Opera? This moving truck has been transformed into a mobile concert venue, complete with stage, lights, sound, and an electric grand piano.
No Cherry Blossom Festival Parade for 2021, but there’s a new virtual Fall 5k to benefit the National Mall’s Cherry Tree Endowment.
Giant Flaming Zombie Polar Bear is “a beast of a beer”: a double IPA, made with a blend of five hops that has a flavor reminiscent of orange marmalade with subtle heat on the finish.
This functional fresh air environment is available to workers on mid-week days, all free of charge for anyone to use, weather permitting.
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.
It would surprise no one who has lived through 2020 that the Pantone Color of the Year was Classic Blue. But, with Crystalline, ARTECHOUSE takes the blues out of their doldrums and highlights instead their peace and tranquility.
Celebrity Chef/Restauranteur Spike Mendelsohn and Author/Chef Carla Hall are mixing appetites and activism with their new food-inspired voter participation campaign.
There’s some safely spooky family fun coming to a special edition of the National Zoo’s children’s trick-or-treating event — Boo Drive Thru.
Viceroy Hotel & Resorts, which took over the former Kimpton Donovan Hotel, celebrates women’s accomplishments with the opening of its second DC hotel, the Hotel Zena, on the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote. But that’s just one reason why this place is fiercely female.