The Heurich House — otherwise known as the Brewmaster’s Castle — opened its Castle Garden to the public on Tuesdays through Thursdays from noon to 5pm.
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center has set its reopening date for July 1, 2021. On that date, the resort will debut a $64 million guestroom renovation, enhanced cleaning protocols, and new summer activities highlighting the 19-story garden atrium and waterfront. “We are thrilled to… Read More
Just in time for chequered blankets and wicker baskets, The Fainting Goat from the Blagden Hospitality Group has launched its new gourmet picnic delivery pop-up – “Picnics at Logan Circle.”
Necessary Sacrifices explores the two documented encounters between Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln during a period of national crisis.
“This year the world as we know it halted. We experienced unthinkable loss and unthinkable triumph… tragedy and success. And women have risen to the occasion,” said Jennifer Porter, Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office on Women’s Policy and Initiatives (MOWPI) from the Mayor’s Washington… Read More
Oh no! The White House Easter Egg Roll is canceled this year, but there are other places to head for egg hunts, outdoor fun, and a chance to meet the Big Bunny himself. Here are some of the most festive ways we’ve found to celebrate the Easter season…
Georgetown GLOW will be held in Spring — and Summer! — for the first time this year. Like usual, all GLOW installations will be viewable by day, and even brighter by night.
We all want to see the Cherry Blossoms… but this year, we’re seeing them differently or from a distance. Because we’re generally avoiding the Tidal Basin to keep everyone safe and healthy, we’ve found four other ways to celebrate peak blossom around town..
Move over, Hamilton! Arena Stage is releasing the second installment of its Arena Riffs, and this one’s a pandemic-era hip-hop musical.
Pinkies Up! This Afternoon Tea in the Fairmont Hotel’s new Cherry Blossom Pop-Up Lounge is the safely sophisticated social outing we’ve been waiting for. And just in time to celebrate the flowering of DC’s favorite trees.