President Obama's two terms have coincided with exciting developments in dining, the arts and culture.
This weekend, another museum opens its doors, D.C. Beer Week wraps up and unique shopping experiences abound.
As of Oct. 1, the museum's restaurants will be led by the Starr Catering Group and "feel like a fresh new place."
As the Nats and Orioles renew their rivalry, here's how to celebrate on either end of the BW Parkway.
Find the humor in Donald Trump, watch a 10-ton sculpture get installed and enjoy an original D.C. combo: go-go and mumbo sauce.
On this most American of weekends, catch a baseball game, watch a parade, enjoy a free concert and visit the National Zoo.
Remember Prince, celebrate Arbor Day, listen to bluegrass and folk music and go underground for an interactive art exhibition.
The summer installation, called "Icebergs," follows last year's "Beach."
Get some face time with Bei Bei, play vintage arcade games, travel back in time to Hawaii's royal past and pay a free visit to a national park.
The National Museum of African American History opens in September.