National Book Festival, Page-to-Stage Festival readings, NSO Labor Day Capitol concert, Canstruction.
The Going Out Guide recommends free things to do for every day of the week.
The transit agency is fighting to forbid street musicians from getting tips for playing outside stattions. Why?
Temporary court order says transit agency can't bar street musicians from accepting tips near stations
Auditions are being held this week for artists who want a chance to perform outside Metro stations this summer.
Acts escalate from Metro stations
The Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage is teaming up with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to showcase some of the best D.C. street performers affiliated with MetroPerforms!, the performing arts tier of WMATA's Art in Transit Program. The free concert will take place Sunday.
Dozens audition to perform outside Metro stations this summer. They won't be paid anything — not even tips.
More than 60 acts came out to audition for a program that lets performers play at Metro stations.
All journeys on Metrorail begin with the same introduction: "This is the [color] line to [terminal station]. The next station is [hopefully, yours]."
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