On World Water Day and the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Clean Water Act, environmentalists make call to designate the Potomac River as swimmable again.
To honor its 100th Anniversary in 2022 and its induction into Historic Hotels of America, the Hamilton Hotel Washington D.C. is offering specials and milestone incentives all year long.
Dupont Festival highlighted Potomac Phil, a stuffed, corn cob wielding groundhog, on Groundhog Day for an unsurprising prediction of future weather patterns.
The Golden Triangle BID’s Golden Haiku is back and accepting entries now.
The holidays are winding down and if you are someone who decorates with a real tree, now you have to figure out what to do with it. DC actually makes it pretty easy to dispose of your holiday tree.
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.
“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.
Starting July 15, 2021, the Library of Congress Jefferson Building will reopen to visitors with free limited times and ticketed entry on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
It is no secret that the past year presented significant hardships, health emergencies, and calls for social justice. SERVE DC honors all who serve, but specifically highlighted seven individuals or groups that SERVE DC says “represent the best of DC… with a commitment to service that inspires.”
Every April 16th, DC celebrates Emancipation Day to commemorate Lincoln’s signing of the Compensated Emancipation Act of 1862 that freed 3,100 enslaved individuals in the District of Columbia. This year participants gathered at a libation ceremony and reading of the names of the over three thousand freed people at the Mt. Zion/Female Union Band cemeteries that share a 3-acre plot in Georgetown.