Saturday marked the return of DC’s annual Dîner en Blanc, a popular all-white pop-up picnic that has its origins in France, but has now expanded to six continents.
Arena Stage will be broadcasting a free live performance from inside its Kreeger Theater that will simultaneously also play on the center-field video board at Nationals Park, making this Arena’s largest audience in its history.
For summer 2021, there are a pair of options for rooftop pool lounging where DCers looking to escape the heat can purchase a special day pass to swim and sun with registered hotel guests.
This year, science meets science-fiction with a side of technology, engineering, astronomy, and more at Awesome Con’s Science Fair, returning to convention on Friday, August 20 to Sunday, August 22 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
A new culture festival was recently announced to take place in DC on September 25th, 2021. NEXTfest is being promoted as “DC’s largest fully free celebration of jazz, funk, and go-go music culture.”
Opera in the Outfield® is back with Rossini’s charming take on the classic rags-to-riches story, Cinderella.
The experiential digital Van Gogh exhibit that has been overwhelming your social media feed has finally made its way to Washington, and you’re going to need to make your plans to ‘Gogh’ ASAP.
It’s a big deal for artists and creatives who have been waiting to work again for over a year and a half, but if you want to see DC theatre actors take the stage, they’ll require you to prove you’ve taken your shot.
While there are literally so many places we want to dine right now, we noticed ten that are serious best bets for Restaurant Week. Like how is it even possible to get a three-course dinner at one of DC’s top steakhouses for only $35??!
“Block by Block: Naming Washington” features reproductions of 16 portraits, drawn mostly from the museum’s collection, that showcase the faces and biographies behind some of DC’s most familiar locations.