Seven suggestions to help parents survive a long, cold weekend when the Smithsonian museums are still shut down.
Take advantage of all the things that make winter special in the District.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts offers free admission over the holiday weekend to coincide with the Women’s March.
These punches, lemonades and cocktails look and taste as good as their boozy cousins.
Here are five spots where you can sample this sweet combination.
"Kleptocracy," an origin story of sorts on Vladimir Putin, premieres at Arena Stage on Friday.
The new Taco Bell Cantina in Old Town Alexandria offers the chain's usual menu alongside craft beers and boozy frozen drinks.
Winter Restaurant Week season gets underway this Friday, beginning with eateries in Montgomery County.
Restaurants have taken the classic sandwich formula and added unexpected ingredients.
Skip the fast-food chains and start your morning at one of these locally owned shops.
Look beyond the National Gallery and the Smithsonian to find eye candy in D.C.
Nigerien guitarist Mdou Moctar performs at Union Stage on Wednesday.
For every shuttered museum or park, we've come up with an apt substitute that is privately run.
Who cares about food or drinks when your bar is basically Chuck E. Cheese for adults?
Just because you’re giving up alcohol for a month doesn’t mean you can’t still go out.
Elvis' Birthday Fight Club, an annual event at GALA Theatre celebrating Elvis's birthday, happens on Friday and Saturday.
These fast-casual spots are a huge step up from fast-food joints, but not everything on the menu is good for you.
As the shutdown claims some of Washington’s most popular attractions, visitors ask “What’s still open?”
Also on tap: a music and gaming festival, winter Restaurant Weeks and Kacey Musgraves in concert.
New Year's Eve is your last chance to send off the legendary Black Cat backstage and Red Room bar.
The Green Zone is our pick for best new bar. A League of Her Own and Tiki TNT are among the runners-up.