In celebration of the start of the baseball season, The Yards neighborhood has some of the best bets for scoring free Nationals home game tickets as well as places to watch or pre-/post-game!
A selection of 16 artworks, displayed in various storefronts, comes back to Admans Morgan for a self-guided walking tour from April 3 through April 30, 2023.
Throughout the month of April, the Folger Theatre will be Searching for Shakespeare: Celebrating 400 Years of Shakespeare’s First Folio — which is actually a citywide celebration in partnership with DC Public Library. The month of Bard-filled bliss features a historic exhibition of the First Folio, a DC-wide Scavenger Hunt, Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture, family programs, and the presentation of a world premiere performance work.
Shortbread Society, the British-baked viral pop-up sensation that has been putting NYC in a treat-fueled twirl, is coming to DC for the first time with a partnership pop-up on the Watergate Hotel’s Next Whisky Bar Terrace.
Fair warning — the latest show on stage at National Theatre is HEAVY, but if you can handle the realness (and want to see iconic 90s Alanis Morissette songs soundtrack the highs and lows of life as we’ve been living it over the last thirty years or so), then you should swallow that JAGGED LITTLE PILL and get yourself there before the show ends on March 26, 2023.
Did you know that the Hay-Adams Hotel hosts musical salons, just as John Hay and Henry Adams hosted lively salons in their homes (where the hotel now stands) in the late 1800s?!
Page portrays Lear so expertly in every stage of his life — from flippancy to fear, madcap to madness, and giddiness to absolute and impossible grief — that this STC performance is, for many, one of the best Lears we’ve ever seen.
More than 4,000 participants — the largest number of attendees in FITDC HerStory 5k’s five-year history — joined in on Saturday, March 5th, making the Women’s History Month tradition that focuses on citywide fitness a huge success.
Olympic gymnast Dominique Dawes, who lives in the DC-area, served as guest host, bringing her whole family out to pump up the crowd and provide words of inspiration before taking part in the race and the events following.
If you’ve wanted to sit (or stand) still while slowly rotating around on a rooftop restaurant with 360-degree views of the DC skyline and Potomac, you’ll be thrilled to hear that the storied Skydome has reopened!
Not only was a third Ambar location just announced, but this signature Balkan restaurant concept celebrates its 10th anniversary in DC with specials and a trip giveaway!