Looking to spend as much time outdoors as possible this summer? Try these movie and concert series, alfresco yoga or Shakespeare under the stars.
Celebrate Capital Pride with dance parties, a festival and a parade.
Come in costume and sip cocktails from horn tankards at the new bar, which opens June 21.
The pop-up, run by the team behind ChurchKey, has moved to a lot near Ninth and U streets NW.
The 42-year-old celebration of LGBT culture brings movie screenings, dance parties and exhibits to Washington.
José Andrés's Dine-N-Dash sets curious eaters loose in the 14th Street NW corridor and Penn Quarter, where restaurants offer specialty plates and cocktails.
Looking for a new happy hour spot or date-night destination? Try one of these new arrivals to the D.C. scene.
Our roundup of head-bobbing, foot-stomping, belt-it-out shows.
On weekends, find great dim sum at newcomer Q by Peter Chang in Bethesda.
On Saturday and Sunday, five sites that normally charge admission, including the Phillips Collection and the Dumbarton House, will have open access.