For the first time since 1987, the National Museum of Women in the Arts is set to undergo a complete renovation, and as a result, the museum is closing for two years.
Friday, June 18th from 11:30 am until 3:00 pm, the Fairmont Loggia and courtyard garden will become a Royal Ascot-themed park. Croquette will be played. Hats will be donned. Pimm’s Cups will be sipped. And some of the royals’ own favorite fare will be served.
There was all that jazz and enough razzle to dazzle. Society was effervescent, parties were popping, and everything was roaring around the 1920s. And all the while, Marjorie Merriweather Post was not only serving as a trendsetter and tastemaker, but she was collecting enough attire… Read More
Audiences again enjoyed Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Will on the Hill via Vimeo this year, a venue that offered the company the opportunity to incorporate more policymakers than almost ever before while taking a jab at the technical headaches and hassles of the past 18 months.
The 2021 Summer Restaurant Week returns as a one-week promotion, with a focus on on-premise dining, that features a prix-fixe offer for lunch, dinner, or brunch from Monday, August 9 – Sunday, August 15.
2021’s 15th annual Exposed DC Photography Show will be safely outdoors, installed on the exterior wall of Ellē restaurant at 3221 Mt Pleasant St NW in Mount Pleasant. The exhibition will run for three weeks, closing on Sunday, June 27.
Shakespeare Theatre Company is resuming live performances in September according to Artistic Director Simon Godwin, and the Theatre’s 2021/2022 season will include some Shakespearean favorites and the first Broadway-bound musical premiering on STC’s stage: Once Upon a One More Time.
Western Market is a thoroughly modern marketplace, set to be a dining destination, home to over a dozen food and beverage vendors in one place, just steps from Georgetown and the West End.
The 2021 RAMMY award showcase is set to be unlike any other year for a number of reasons, including new categories, new requirements, and new opportunities for DC-area dining establishments that previously may have been ineligible to win.
DCA’s new 14-Gate Concourse has opened, which replaces Gate 35X — or rather, the waiting area with an escalator that took travelers to a bus terminal that then drove them to a remotely parked airplane.