Celebrate the season with holiday music and dance performances, parades, theater, and special food and drink events.
Heading to a game or concert? Don't miss the neighborhood's best restaurants, happy hours and cocktail bars.
The Emporiyum, a festival of artisan food vendors and chefs, is one of the highlights on our calendar this month.
Try one of the city’s coolest cocktails, and play a game of tennis at a millennial-pink court.
The $20 Diner | The McLean deli walks a fine line between health food and decadence.
It's that time of year again: The Miracle on Seventh Street pop-up bar and the Downtown Holiday Market return the day after Thanksgiving.
The Dark Side Bar, which opened on H Street NE this week, has additional locations in Lower Manhattan and inside Hollywood's historic Chinese Theatre.
Don't want to cook a full Thanksgiving meal? These restaurants are offering special menus and timesaving takeaways.
Dee Rees creates a big, old-fashioned family saga in a movie about the aspirations of two families.
The Museum of the Bible, opening Friday, features immersive exhibits, theme park-style rides and new restaurants.
“Annie” is running at Olney and “Twelfth Night” is at Shakespeare Theatre, among others.
Sneak into a speakeasy through a freezer door, or rub elbows with diplomats at happy hour inside the French Embassy.
A new exhibit will show how non-traditional families can fit into small spaces without feeling squished.
Chichie’s has been grooming pups for more than 50 years.
A team of brooding superheroes forms to do battle with a god from another planet.
Here are our favorite spots for pinball and beers, including newcomers Augment Arcade and Bar Elena.