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Catch Old Crow Medicine Show at the Lincoln Theatre, and see two exhibitions celebrating the German artist Markus Lüpertz at the Hirshhorn Museum and the Phillips Collection.

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The Hotlist: 13 things to do in May

Explore weird and wonderful places around D.C., get up close with sharks at the National Geographic Museum and see the Washington Ballet's season finale.

The month of April in restaurant openings and closings

Two new restaurants dedicated to the Hawaiian raw-fish dish poke opened in the last month, giving the trend another local boost.

This new waterfront rosé garden is a warm-weather drinking oasis

The outdoor patio across from Whaley's is very, very pink.

Whether you're in the mood for breakfast pizza, carved meats or pastries, one of these options will fit the bill.

A roundup of the photo exhibitions, films and music showcases celebrating 35.

Chef-driven restaurants in Washington are increasingly turning to the classic frozen treat, with such flavors as strawberry with Campari jam and vanilla with Meyer lemon curd.

Any visitor to the city can still walk by the former homes and churches of the 35th president.

Celebrate Ocelot Brewing's second anniversary, and try food from more than 50 restaurants and food trucks at Taste of Arlington.

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College Park’s Fishnet aims to bring people together.

You would need to eat five of these bagels to equal a single two-ounce shot of Starbucks espresso.

We tried macarons from several shops in the District to find out if the famous treats are worth the splurge.

Jazz in the Garden, the popular weekly concert series at the National Gallery of Art, kicks off on Friday.

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Catch the Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival, and explore 28 embassies as part of the European Union Open House.

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The 27th annual festival is, according to director Ilya Tovbis, ‘purposely broad.’

These leisurely urban rambles are all about enjoying the scenery.

The Northern Virginia bluegrass band headlines Saturday’s Kingman Island Festival in D.C.

We chatted with Sarah Koenig about her popular podcasts ahead of her Strathmore appearance.

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