The World Culture Festival is coming to Washington, D.C. this fall for a historic three-day celebration honoring humanity’s culture, diversity, and unity taking place on the National Mall from September 29 through October 1, 2023.
It’s full of irreverence, artsiness, topical references, silliness and sandworm absurdity. Put on your jailhouse stripes and go enjoy it, because for a show about death, Beetlejuice (the Musical) is pretty lively!
The Folger Shakespeare Library (almost presciently) closed its historic building for a scheduled renovation in March 2020 and now, after over three years of “On the Road” programming, DC’s Elizbethan-style theatre — and new public spaces — are ready to host performances, concerts, and readings starting on November 17, 2023.
Sofitel collaborated with DC-based artist Maggie O’Neill to feature her First Lady Series at its Opaline Bar & Brasserie. So of course the hotel’s master mixologists had to create cocktails to pair with each portrait!
We’ve got stars in our eyes over Spring dining season — especially with so many new spots opening and favorite places returning to satiate our al fresco appetites. Here are just some of our favorite rooftop and patio places to dine — en plein air — all around DC.
The World Beer Cup, presented by the Brewers Association, is lauded to be the most prestigious beer competition in the world recognizing the art and science of brewing — and a DC stout just won the top prize.
Archivists at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum are used to people — usually Holocaust survivors and their families — sending their important memorabilia to them. But when an archivist receives an album of photographs that shows the memories at Auschwitz from the other side — the Nazi side — it is unexpected, unprecedented, and unnerving.
Broadway at The National’s 2023/2024 season features highly anticipated D.C. premieres and beloved Broadway favorites.
While many locals know it for its ample event space, which is perfect for business conferences, industry events, galas, and weddings, the newly renovated Hilton Alexandria Mark Center is also sitting pretty for vacay (and staycay!) visitors who want all of the best Hilton amenities and some local perks.
The inaugural DC Veg Restaurant Week kicked-off its second year at DC Vegan with a celebration of vegan
cuisine and tasty bites to get mouths watering for the many renowned DC-area establishments registered to participate over eight days with plant-based specials from May 6-13.