These are a few of our (and your) favorite things.

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Highlights

The Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh and his son Grahame share a band — and an even stronger bond

The Terrapin Family Band's Halloween tour kicks off in D.C. at The Anthem.

Get fit like a Supreme Court justice with ‘The RBG Workout’

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer details their twice-a-week gym sessions for a new book and a talk in D.C.

My husband will never admit he’s wrong. What’s wrong with him?

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who wouldn't mind getting the last word occasionally, and another reader who's tired of his wife's constant texting with her brother.

From hosting The Beatles to serving as a home for Washington teams in baseball, soccer and football, RFK has had quite a run.

And, Melania body double conspiracy takes over Twitter.

See The War on Drugs at The Anthem, visit the Washington International Horse Show or finally catch "The Book of Mormon."

Learn about investigative reporting, celebrate Joan Fontaine and aim to misbehave with "Serenity."

A new Renwick exhibit will give visitors flashlights and magnifying glasses so they can search for clues in miniature murder scenes. Get a head start with our close-up photos.

You voted, now here are the winners in our Best Of 2017 list!

We've got your best pet taxidermy and water feature right here, folks.

Forget those tired mural backdrops. We've got some better places to try your filters on.

Want to visit a secret garden, see a little-known museum or go on a scenic run? We've got you covered.

Here's where to root for records, find vintage furniture, tune in and laugh it out.

Hit these bars to: Go on a Tindr date, make friends, escape D.C., see movies, or pretend that you're drinking in a post-apocalyptic hellscape,

Are you going on a date? Introducing your kid to ramen? Want ice cream in a hurry? Trying to get carnivores to like vegan food? Here's where we think you should go.

Believe it or not, there's some decent stuff down there!

The keyboardist extraordinaire plays the 9:30 Club with Moon Hooch this weekend.

And more of what's popular online.

Cotton & Reed's bar manager would start the day real early with “a problem solved.”

His dish of choice? The Garbage Salad.

The anti-Putin activist will give a book talk at Politics and Prose and appear in a play at The Clarice.

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