• Beer of the Week: DC Brau Solar Abyss

    WASHINGTON — Prepare for blast off! WTOP’s Brennan Haselton is joined by Neighborhood Restaurant Group Beer Director and James Beard Award nominee Greg Engert to talk about DC Brau Solar Abyss for the latest edition…

  • Some riders will wait longer for weekend trains

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Metro says riders on the orange, silver and green lines will wait longer than normal for trains this weekend. Metro says beginning Friday at 10 p.m. and continuing through system closing on…

  • Weekend Events: Halloween, fall and film festivals

    It\’s the weekend before Halloween, and the D.C. area\’s spirit is in full swing. This weekend promises costumes, treats and haunted festivities for all — plus art and culture for those who prefer to wait until the 31st to go all out.

  • Weekend Guide: College rivalries and street fairs

    For many Washingtonians, this weekend is the first bit of reprieve after a week back from summer vacation, a week of back-to-school rush and a week of grueling traffic. Make the most of the weekend with these events.

  • WTOP’s Weekend Guide: Fairs, live music, beer week

    This time of summer is often referred to as the \”dog days.\” But in certain areas of the region, it\’s looking more like the llama and pony days.

  • Weekend Guide: Farm tours, shark weekend, BBQ, more

    The weekend is finally upon us, and with a cooler weather outlook than weekends past, it\’s a great time to get out and enjoy all that the area has to offer. Here are some highlights of what\’s going on July 26-28 in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

  • Weekend guide: Live music, culinary cook-offs and international films

    Hungry for an exciting summer weekend? Don\’t let the heat — and looming chance for potential thunder storms — keep you inside. There\’s plenty going on in, and around, D.C. throughout the weekend, including live music, food and film events.

  • Weather forecast remains uncertain with patterns in flux

    Will the threat of showers mean a weekend washout, or will the D.C. region capture a bit of sunshine and milder air before Monday arrives?