Take advantage of smaller crowds and shorter lines at these popular, new D.C. spots.
Some are scary-hard; others are straight-up scary.
After 32 years, the annual Rolling Thunder rally and demonstration on the Mall is coming to an end with one final ride on Sunday.
The recently dormant dream pop band Chromatics performs at the 9:30 Club on Wednesday.
Everyone handles the hunger of homesickness differently.
Guests will be served curry at the Hirshhorn's newest exhibit which opens Friday.
The popular Jazz in the Garden summer concert series returns to the National Gallery of Art's Sculpture Garden on Friday.
New restaurants popped up across the city in April, offering Venezuelan specialties and amazing views.
The International Spy Museum is reopening in its new building on L'Enfant Plaza on Sunday.
The long-running Washington Jewish Film and Music festivals have merged into one super-festival, which starts Wednesday.
If you're looking to combine rooftop drinks with a stunning view, the Southwest Waterfront has a number of new options.
Skip the crowded urban farmers markets and head to one of these working farms.
The idyllic Kingman and Heritage Islands Park turns into a bustling scene for a bluegrass festival on Saturday.
The dining bubble that everyone fretted about last year? Far from bursting, it has only gotten bigger, judging from the torrent of new restaurants in and around Washington. To help narrow decisions, critic Tom Sietsema picked his 10 favorite openings of the last year.
Jazz in the Garden returns, along with the Funk Parade and the International Spy Museum.
"The Oresteia," the only surviving ancient Greek trilogy, starts its run at the Shakespeare Theatre Company on Tuesday.
The first day of operation for the historic Glen Echo Park carousel is on Saturday, and there will be activities for the whole family, including live music and dance performances.
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.