Look toward the Old Town waterfront in Alexandria on Christmas Eve and you might see Santa water-skiing.
Monthly Archives: December 2018
Washington’s federally funded cultural institutions have experience finding creative ways to keep the lights on.
Looking for something to do on Dec. 25? These ready-made itineraries will guide you to art, live music and, yes, movies and Chinese food.
There’s something for everyone at ZooLights, Georgetown Glow or Light Yards.
Espita Mezcaleria hosts a Jewish Christmas dinner on Sunday night with guest chefs and bartenders.
With DJs, drink specials and karaoke, these parties will make New Year's Eve a night to remember without the big price tag.
The Stanley Cup champions open their practices to fans, providing an up-close-and-personal view of the action on the ice.
Already been to the White House and the Capitol? Here’s where to find more lights.
Dishing honey toast, snow ice, bubble waffle and more, a number of Asian sweets shops have opened in the area.
A rare screening of "The Star Wars Holiday Special" is among the festive events around town.