"Trace,” an installation by Ai Weiwei opening this week at the Hirshhorn Museum, features floor portraits of 176 people or entities he considers champions of free speech.
On weekends, find great dim sum at newcomer Q by Peter Chang in Bethesda.
It's getting much easier to find good and filling plant-based meals in Washington.
Head out of the city to find some tasty smoked meats.
Watch Shakespeare under the stars when the Fat and Greasy Citizens Brigade troupe performs on the lawn of Grace Episcopal Church in Georgetown.
Sip it in slushie form; as an ice cream float; or in a bottle as pricey as an international flight.
Industry experts say that not asking the right, or any, questions is often the biggest mistake people make.
A new documentary helps explain the Washington blues-rock troupe’s longevity.
A new space hopes to get visitors thinking about the meaning of democracy and talking to one another — about politics of all things.
Fair Trade Winds is built on the idea of intentional spending.
It seems like every cool, new spot is charging upward of $20 for an entree, especially in hot dining hubs like Petworth and Shaw.
Indulge your sweet tooth at four Washington spots that serve the over-the-top drinks.
Dress up like your favorite Westerosi — and sit on a full-size Iron Throne — when the 'Game of Thrones' pop-up bar opens Wednesday.
Find it at the new Falafel Inc. in Georgetown.
We asked transplants to D.C. what bars, restaurants, parks and other places remind them of home.
Founder Ben Penrod always knew this town was full of comic-book nerds. This year they’ll be treated to Stan Lee, among other boldface guests.
His new album, “Michael,” goes for introspection without sounding anguished.
D.C. JazzFest returns to Yards Park on Friday with free performances by Ola Onabulé and Lori Williams.