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.
Skip the madness of the Tidal Basin and head to one of these quieter, but also beautiful, locales.
“Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975” is on display now at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and shows the emotional and political toll of the war.
Hundreds of species from the Smithsonian Gardens collection, which are usually not on public view, are on display.
St. Paddy's is Sunday. Check out the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Maryland and these other events around town, no green costume required.
The only Guinness brewery in America creates beers you won’t find anywhere else.
A veteran New York chef brings serious cred to Rooster & Owl, while Chiko opens a much-anticipated second location.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum debuts two exhibits on Friday centered on the Vietnam War.
The program, originally launched in England, offers a discreet way for customers to ask bar staff for help.
The first brewery to open in the District since 2015, Red Bear aims to bring the spirit of Seattle to D.C. while offering comedy, drag shows and fresh pours.
A new exhibit at the National Building Museum showcases basketball courts around the world.
These drinks trade alcohol, caffeine and sugar for recipes that are more natural and, the logic goes, healthy.
Singer Cass McCombs returns to D.C. on Monday in support of his new album "Tip of the Sphere."
On tap: a Women’s Month celebration at Anxo, the return of D.C. United and the Nationals, and an appearance by pop’s it girl.
We asked locals who work with children for the must-dos in the nation’s capital.
D.C. United hopes to build on last year's momentum when they open their season at Audi Field on Sunday.
A career retrospective of Cuban-born artist Zilia Sánchez is on display at the Phillips Collection through May 19.
These 12 D.C.-area bookstores defy naysayers. Here’s a guide to how — and why — they do it.
In addition to gatherings sponsored by the bevy of D.C. stores, here are some that flourished organically and foster friendship.