Spend the holiday honoring America's first president at Mount Vernon, where the usual admission fees are waived for the day.
The Hirshhorn's facade will turn into a projection screen for the opening of the exhibition “Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s."
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with two days of music, dancing and family activities at Smithsonian museums.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater brings a mix of classics, new works and premieres to the Kennedy Center for its annual engagement.
Where to watch the Super Bowl — or the Puppy Bowl, if that's more your thing.
The Tony-nominated musical “Something Rotten” visits the National Theatre for 16 performances.
Famous pitmasters share the secrets of perfect barbecue during a free panel discussion at Hill Country on Tuesday.
Virginia singer-songwriter Justin Trawick celebrates his latest release with a concert at Pearl Street Warehouse on Friday.
The Renwick Gallery is staying open until midnight on Friday to give visitors one more chance to see its exhibition of crime scene dioramas.
It's your last chance to see the popular “Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry” exhibition at the National Gallery of Art.