If you’re looking to experience some holiday cheer, you can find it through the end of the month at some incredible — and award-winning! — holiday displays across the city.
Tiny Jewel Box decided that the best way to acknowledge ALL the ick of 2020 was to honor people who have “brought light to the community in the midst of so much darkness.” (Honor = a $1000 Tiny Jewel Box gift certificate!)
In the increasingly hectic and chaotic year that is 2020, silence has become a precious commodity. For this reason, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group will be ‘turning down the volume’ across its global Spas once again with their annual Silent Night on December 9, 2020.
Forget the generic gingerbread house. These local ways to bring holiday cheer into your own home are crafty, creative, customized, decorative, and delicious!
As theatres wait to reopen and streaming fatigue is r.e.a.l, radio plays are the new shining entertainment stars of 2020. Studio Theatre is getting in on the action, debuting its own commissioned audio world premiere next week, and audiences can listen for FREE.
Guests at Hook Hall’s Park View Farmer’s Market will shop from vendors offering a range from candles to ceramics, jewelry to honey, and cookies to hot sauce.
The team behind Service Bar recently introduced its newest concept, a Peruvian comfort food pop-up located on Service Bar’s outdoor heated and covered patio space on U Street.
NHKS4220 Bar Illusion pays tribute to bars and restaurants amid the pandemic, transforming ARTECHOUSE’s own bar areas into immersive digital art.
Folger Consort’s Christmas concert is a beloved DC tradition each year. 2020’s concert — a virtual seasonal celebration — allows guests to watch in the comfort of their homes, and on a range of dates… at any time they choose.
In honor of World AIDs Day (Tuesday, December 1), Safeway’s Pharmacy, in partnership with community organization Us Helping Us (UHU), is offering FREE HIV testing.