Awesome Con returns to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this weekend.
Spend an afternoon exploring European-style beers, American IPAs and sour ales at breweries in the heart of Silver Spring.
Ocelot Brewing, a standout of the local beer scene, will celebrate its fourth anniversary on Saturday.
These spots put great care and attention into baking.
A new group of cocktail-driven hotel bars is shaking up Washington's known for its staid, historic scene.
These hotels and tearooms are putting their own spin on a quintessentially British tradition.
A massive art party called "Umbrella" will take place this weekend before buildings near the U Street Corridor are torn down.
Lyman's Tavern has become the go-to for pinball fans in D.C. It hosts a monthly social for players of all skill levels.
In March, the Washington area gained new sources for Japanese rice balls, Maryland-style crab rolls and late-night grilled cheese sandwiches.
Petalpalooza, an all-day festival with music and fireworks, takes place at the Wharf on April 6 as part of the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Millions of people descend on the Mall every year. The key to an enjoyable visit is finding the right time to go.
Damaged City and Broccoli City come to town this month.
The Tidal Basin's cherry blossoms have hit peak bloom, making this the perfect time to visit.
Heading to a game or concert? Don't miss the neighborhood's best restaurants, happy hours and cocktail bars.
These five rinks have fun options for all ages and skill levels.
The weather forecast for Saturday looks like it’s going to hold up for pristine flying conditions for the annual kite festival on the Mall.
Dining options around Nationals Park continue to expand, with the arrivals of Walter's Sports Bar, El Bebe and even a Whole Foods.
Baseball returns to Nationals Park this week with an exhibition on Monday before the season opens on Thursday.
The drummer-turned-painter brings his improvisational-jam aesthetic to his visual art.
Our guide to the area's top sports bars covers all the essentials, from giant screens to outstanding wings.
The anticipated display of Ursula von Rydingsvard’s sculptures at the National Museum of Women in the Arts opens Friday.