Among the many animal species to see at the National Zoo, dinosaurs will live among them in puppet and animatronic form from June to August.
Revel in modern architecture, historic homes and outdoor oases during the 88th annual Georgetown House Tour. (See Photos)
Beautiful weather and a trifecta of celebrations drew a crowd to the National Zoo to celebrate Easter Monday, Earth Day and Earth Optimism Day. See photos.
To say Kwame Onwuachi is on top of his game is an understatement. Two years ago, however, he almost abandoned his career. Now, he’s sharing the ups and downs of his culinary journey in a new memoir.
After years of painstaking conservation, Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 spacesuit will be shown this summer at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic moon mission.
At Quarter Market in the newly redeveloped Ballston Quarter, the classic mall fare of the 1980s and ‘90s is gone. And its replacement is a microcosm of some of the D.C. area’s best chefs and restaurants.
More than 300 jazz artists will perform at venues in every quadrant of D.C. for the city’s annual jazz festival this June. “If you love jazz music, you can’t miss this,” one organizer said. See photos and video of the performers.
Every year, restaurants in the U.S. generate 22 billion pounds of food waste, or the equivalent of $25 billion. But a local movement is underway to show that when it comes to food, trash is actually pretty tasty.
Need something beyond brunch plans for Easter weekend? There are plenty of events happening throughout the D.C. area to keep you — and any out-of-town-guests — entertained.
On My Take, Clinton Yates shares his disappointment that the Washington Monument now won’t reopen until August.
Hummus has become a staple on nearly every menu — from sports bars to salad shops. So it’s no wonder the spread’s elemental ingredient, tahini, is also having a moment in the spotlight. And three Maryland sisters are helping with that.
Those planning to attend or maneuver past the cherry blossom parade or the Emancipation Day celebration should plan on extensive road closures throughout the downtown area.
After 43 years and hundreds of millions of visitors, the country’s most popular museum is getting some much-needed TLC. Here’s what to expect from the National Air and Space Museum’s nearly $1 billion renovation. See photos.
Between black-tie galas and silent auctions, fundraising events in D.C. can get pretty stale. But one local nonprofit is shaking up the philanthropic scene.
In the U.S., one in five adults live with a mental illness. Yet, despite the statistics, there is still a stigma when it comes to talking about mental health. One Northern Virginia resident is hoping to break that — and she’s doing it with live storytelling.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.
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