Monthly Archives: June 2017

Three local breweries are throwing anniversary bashes, Pizzeria Paradiso is honoring IPAs and the Sovereign is focusing on Belgian sour ales.

Ripple in Cleveland Park and Restaurant Nora in Dupont Circle have closed, but new arrivals offer everything from New England fare to South American rotisserie chicken.

The event will feature a full bar and a variety of smoked meats, including a new Texas cheesesteak topped with house-made queso.

The Capital Fringe Festival returns, 'Hive' takes over the National Building Museum and Merriweather Post Pavilion celebrates 50 years.

Start the Fourth of July festivities a little early with pool parties, a waterfront beer festival and a JFK centennial celebration at the National Museum of American History.

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Continental Beer Garden, at the corner of 19th and North Moore streets, features picnic tables, bocce courts and happy hour discounts on draft beer and wine.

Whether you're looking for a free gathering or an exclusive soiree, you'll find plenty of options this year.

"Trace,” an installation by Ai Weiwei opening this week at the Hirshhorn Museum, features floor portraits of 176 people or entities he considers champions of free speech.

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Watch Shakespeare under the stars when the Fat and Greasy Citizens Brigade troupe performs on the lawn of Grace Episcopal Church in Georgetown.

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Industry experts say that not asking the right, or any, questions is often the biggest mistake people make.

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