Shelling out $13 to $15 every time you want to see a film can leave a dent in your wallet. Thankfully, there's plenty of free cinema to be seen around D.C.
Tours usually cost $10, so this is the perfect excuse to visit a historical Georgetown home once owned by Martha Washington's granddaughter.
The Tony-nominated musical “Something Rotten” visits the National Theatre for 16 performances.
The three pies — all cheese pizzas — were ordered online at the same time for delivery to The Post's office in downtown Washington.
Her first headlining tour brings her to Washington for a sold-out show.
Spend the holiday honoring America's first president at Mount Vernon, where the usual admission fees are waived for the day.
Neon, Ronald Reagan and conspicuous consumption: It's all on display (and remixed) at the Hirshhorn’s answer to “I Love the '80s.”
One of the area's great dive bars was destroyed by a fire Wednesday morning. We've lost much more than a building.
See Cher, Valentine’s Love Jam, Snarky Puppy and Dvsn live.
The National Park Service will celebrate the occasion on Feb. 17 and 18, but other events and tours will be going on all month.
The Prince George’s County native performs at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival on Saturday night.
Given the hype surrounding the movie debut, don't be surprised to see lines outside the bar.
The nominees mix stories of the personal with stories of the political.
The hero of the new Marvel movie shares a superpower with us fans of color: Pride.
The homey eatery near Logan Circle pulls off a rare feat, mastering dishes from across the region.
Clarendon and the Wharf are both home to parades, and Dock 5 gets in on the fun with an all-you-can-eat Louisiana-style feast.
The Hirshhorn's facade will turn into a projection screen for the opening of the exhibition “Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s."