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As of Oct. 1, the museum's restaurants will be led by the Starr Catering Group and "feel like a fresh new place."

See James McNeill Whistler’s “Harmony in Blue and Gold” in the natural light for the last time before the Freer Gallery closes for renovations.

Hear an a cappella rendering of the Beatles' biggest hits, bid a merciful farewell to the Nationals season, watch dachshunds dress up and race, and explore D.C.'s neighborhood arts scene overnight.

There's more: A headless doll, Thai currency and a plastic ear of corn are just a few of the items found submerged in the National Building Museum's major summer exhibit.

Banished? Productions' Fringe Festival show asks audiences to submit to mysterious and uncomfortable situations -- but there's a payoff.

The actor in Capital Fringe's "Dishwasher" comes to homes, washes dirty dishes, and performs a monologue.

The Capital Fringe Festival staged a ballet unlike any other.

Between Connersmith and the Washington Project for the Arts, Shaw is about to get artsier.

Energized businesses. Hip restaurants. Art Galleries. The pulse of this historic district on 14th Street has quickened.

Carroll Creek Park, which opened in 2006, features inviting brick walkways and public arts projects.

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