Most sleepaway camps run from two to eight weeks, but if that seems like a big commitment, consider a week-long, half-week or even weekend-long overnight camp to ease kids into the experience.
In August 1963, thousands united for equality. Fifty years later, the District recreates that atmosphere with exhibits, talks and yes, some marching. “Realize the Dream”: The National Action Network and others will lead a rally Saturday at the Lincoln Memorial to bring attention to recent changes to the Voting Rights Act, “stand your ground” laws […]
It’s a ritual repeated at parties from Georgetown to Old Town. After behaving like grown-ups all evening while greeting acquaintances (“Mrs. Obama! Nice dress!”), nibbling undersized crab cakes and quaffing cheap wine, guests dash for the goodie-bag table, grabbing and — right then or later — pawing through their gratis loot-sacks like a pack of […]
Jot down some wishes, because you’re about to get all the falling stars you need. The annual Perseid meteor shower — which, according to NASA, has been shooting “fireballs” our way since late July — should peak between Saturday and Tuesday. Hundreds of meteors will streak across the sky, each capable of fulfilling your wildest dreams. […]
Whimsical Dancer is just over 30 inches tall and very, very pregnant. Pam Taylor of Wild Acres Farm in Poolesville, Md., is the miniature horse’s breeder. She and Whim (above) plan to be at Old MacDonald’s Barn at the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair starting Friday, waiting for the horse to foal. How did you get […]