The Smithsonian’s massive research and conservation operation takes place largely behind the scenes, at sites miles from the National Mall that aren’t open to the public.
DDOT has rolled out a streetcar safety activity packet that includes a test asking young kids to interpret safety symbols. We took a stab at it.
You'll need a big coin to tackle the two scratch-off billboards promoting “Unearthing Arabia: The Archaeological Adventures of Wendell Phillips."
Borrowing from tool libraries — two of which are now open in the D.C. area — is a fun way to get engaged in the community AND limit your trips to Target.
Barbara Bear estimates she’s seen 5,000 shows in D.C. since moving here in 1961. That's one reason DC Theatre Scene gave her its 2014 Gary Lee Maker Audience Award.
Get ready for a new party obsession: Cards Against Urbanity, a version of the game Cards Against Humanity written by six urban planning nerds.
As part of a $37 million renovation, the National Museum of American History has carved a 100-foot-wide window out of what used to be solid concrete and stone, offering a new view of the National Mall and a modernist masterpiece called Gwenfritz.
An argument over parking highlights much bigger issues facing Fairfax County food trucks.
Climb onboard the Craft Commons truck, a mobile craft studio; dig into Beth Hess' stores of art materials (for a fee); and get going on a project.
On Friday evening, the D.C. government bombarded 46,000 AlertDC subscribers with 108 text messages alerting them to the fact that a taping of "Real Time with Bill Maher" was causing street closures.