Ahead of her new book, 'selfcarefully,' Gracy Obuchowicz shares what she'd do on a perfect day in D.C.
If she had a time machine, Calista Garcia would play a show with Joni Mitchell at The Cellar Door in Georgetown.
The D.C.-based composer, pianist and vocalist, who recently released the EP "Be the Change," also hits up some old haunts on his perfect day in the District.
The cocktail enthusiast and lifestyle blogger share their favorite spots in the District.
When she's not working, the massage therapist plays drums in her D.C. cover band Diplomatic Immunity.
Rachel Stroud-Goodrich and Christopher Goodrich are celebrating their theater company's 10-year anniversary with a production of "The Few" in Bethesda.
Mount Vernon's official George Washington, Dean Malissa, shares his take on the first president's ideal day.
Hughes started her blog in 2007 as a way to bridge D.C.'s thriving arts community.
The host of NPR's "Pop Culture Happy Hour" podcast has written her debut novel, the romantic comedy "Evvie Drake Starts Over."
Remember the guy who said "Cool story, Hansel" in Zoolander? Well, he lives in Sterling, Va., and is directing a play at the Little Theatre of Alexandria.