Virtual film festivals, trivia nights, concerts and poetry slams offer an escape for everyone staying at home.

  • Going Out Guide Staff
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The coronavirus has cancelled Independence Day celebrations across the region, but you can still find fireworks, music and revolutionary speeches on July 4.

Web-based video gallery offers local artists a place to engage with the present moment.

Film based on Jake Tapper’s nonfiction book tells a tale with harrowing verisimilitude.

Your fine arts to-do list: Lorraine Hansberry, Michaelangelo, Richard Nelson and Shakespeare.

A night out with ‘E.T.’ delivers nostalgia, mosquitoes and a trunkful of new rules.

While some cultural institutions remain closed because of covid-19, museums, sculpture gardens and historic sites are cautiously beginning to open their doors to socially distanced visitors.

Online starting July 3, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s award-winning musical is now a truly populist piece of entertainment.

The Laurel restaurant offers two menus, one for each cuisine, but specializes in delicious fusion pies.

The lifelong D.C. resident would visit spots that remind her of her love for the city.

  • Melanie D.G. Kaplan
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Here’s what parents need to know.

Watch these new movies from home.

From Annapolis to Alexandria, cities are closing streets to make more room for diners.

Rachel McAdams and SNL veteran play inept Icelandic singers trying to hit it big.

Open-air pleasures are easy on the C&O Canal, Anacostia River Trail and Rock Creek Park’s Western Ridge Trail.

Steve Carell and Rose Byrne play rival political consultants in “Irresistible.”

The nightclub is not renewing its lease, which is up this month, because nightclubs are not expected to be able to reopen at full capacity until a coronavirus vaccine is available.

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