Water Bar DC (which serves only water, not alcohol) falters in its attempt to transplant a California concept to the East Coast.

A lot has changed since Jazz in the Garden debuted at the NGA in 2001 ⁠— mostly for the better.

Historical analysis is lacking at this museum, which seems mostly made for Marine corps veterans and their families.

The National Museum of African American History and Culture presents visitors with bottleneck after bottleneck, which makes it hard for its important message to get through.

From the Trump Hotel to the Washington Monument to Crystal City's revolving restaurant and beyond, which view is tops?

George Washington built walls and gardens to keep his guests from encountering the enslaved people who supported his luxurious lifestyle. That approach is, unfortunately, still alive today.

All respect to the original Crumbs & Whiskers, but The Kitten Lounge is way better.

A tacit rebuttal to critiques of police and prisons is at the heart of D.C.'s newest museum.

A collection of medical specimens dating back to the Civil War, this museum is not for the squeamish.

“If you look in the first car, you’ll see a lonely spinster,” said my imaginary announcer at the National Zoo's annual light show. “Watch her smile through her tears.”

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