If you lit candles on Wednesday, you know you’ve only got six more nights to party before Hanukkah ends on Christmas Eve.
“A lot of the deaths are funny, but somehow the cumulative effect ends up hitting you somewhere real, somewhere inside, where you realize, ‘We are all going to die. That sucks,’ ” co-director Judd Palmer says.
These Venn diagrams show how our local Googling stacks up to the rest of the country’s.
Show you’re a real local by learning D.C.-specific American Sign Language terms.
“You’ll never hear the music the same way again,” says Cirque de la Symphonie co-founder Alexander Streltsov.
This weekend, D.C.’s most conventional neighborhood will host the city’s weirdest holiday light display.
Finish your holiday shopping in the time it takes to sing “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Our gift guide makes that a cinch.
If you watch the National Christmas Tree Lighting tonight, you might notice that the tree looks a little, well, flat. In fact, the 29-foot evergreen is 2 feet shorter than it was in 2013.
The federal government erects about seven new memorials every decade. In the past, they’ve clustered near the National Mall, and that area’s getting crowded. The solution: Place the overflow smack-dab in the middle of District neighborhoods.
On Friday, you can discover what it’s like to be an astronaut looking back at Earth. Sort of.