Here’s a safe tradition that can brighten your 2020 holidays. The Yards is bringing back Light Yards for its fifth year at The Yards Park!
The 109th annual National Cherry Blossom Festival will look a lot different. Still, the Committee assures that the tradition is ON this Spring from March 20 through April 11, 2021.
Well, Glamp Yards sold out in what seemed like mere seconds, so why not try again with an aprés ski scenario?!
If you were looking forward to the public light and art installations so highly anticipated during Georgetown’s annual GLOW holiday celebrations you’ll have to wait until Spring/Summer 2021.
Miss Opera? This moving truck has been transformed into a mobile concert venue, complete with stage, lights, sound, and an electric grand piano.
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.
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.
Last week, the James Beard Foundation announced that featured chefs from 20 cities would participate in its annual Taste America event on Sunday, October 18, 2020. DC’s representative is Erik Bruner-Yang of Maketto.
Navy Yard’s The Kelvin has teamed up with Atlas Brew Works for a digital drinking experience you won’t want to miss. And it’s as easy as: See, Sip, Score!
The BORO in Tysons (8350 Broad Street) is hosting a festive and socially-distant Oktoberfest event with URBNmarket on Friday, October 9, and Saturday, October 10.