A late-night party at the Air & Space Museum, a rocket projected on the Washington Monument and more.

The Smithsonian Institution's tributes to the 50th anniversary of the moon landing include projecting the image of a Saturn V rocket and 17-minute film onto the Washington Monument.

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Washington is awash with outdoor film screenings. Here’s a list of our favorites.

This weekend’s busy lineup of outdoor festivals and events includes the annual Lotus and Water Lily Festival at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.

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A hidden gem along the C&O Canal, a fairy-tale-like garden tucked away in the city and more.

At these D.C. spots, you can tune out everything but your drink and your book — at least for a while.

The third annual Blerdcon, created specifically for pop-culture Fans of Color, takes place this weekend.

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It starts with a round at this adorable mini-golf course and candy shop.

Brewers and bartenders tell us what they’d bring to a cookout or quaff while lounging at the pool.

End your holiday weekend with one of many viewing parties in the District for the U.S. Women's National Team World Cup finals match.

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There's not a shortage of events around Washington to celebrate the Fourth of July.

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It’s festival season, with events celebrating everything from lotuses and water lilies to free Shakespeare.

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The fireworks’ launch site has moved, but there are plenty of spots with great views.

Forget the Mall’s crowds and checkpoints, and embrace these small-town parades and firework displays.

This weekend's events include the Folklife Festival, a musical block party and Solid State Books' anniversary.

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The enchanting Welsh artist Cate Le Bon performs at Black Cat on Thursday.

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The weekly food market features dozens of vendors selling yakitori, hot chicken and other treats, but you'll need more than an empty stomach to enjoy it.

One of the Newseum’s final exhibits before it vacates its downtown building at the end of the year looks back at Jon Stewart's time behind the desk at "The Daily Show."

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These spots offer delicious food from around the globe — and won’t break the bank, either.

The Anacostia Park Skating Pavilion officially kicks off free summer skate rentals on Monday.

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These spots around the D.C. area are perfect for animal lovers who don’t have access to one.

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