It has been a busy summer in D.C. sports. One more thing to add to the list: the home opener for the Washington Kastles.
Lose yourself in a field of sunflowers, or head to one of the MLB All-Star Game events.
Marisa Anderson — a deft Portland-based guitarist — performs Tuesday at Songbyrd.
This weekend in D.C. marks the beginning of a theater festival, interactive museum exhibit opening and a slew of rap concerts highlighted by Virginia-raised rapper Pusha T.
Fourth of July week offers a host of things to do in D.C., including a showing of the sci-fi classic "2001: A Space Odyssey" followed by a live Q&A with the lead actor.
Catch a daytime fireworks display at Mount Vernon, where the celebrations begin with a visit from the first president himself.
The Stanley Cup has been won, the victory parade is over, but Washington Capitals fans will continue the celebration with the team's annual Fan Fest.
Town Danceboutique, D.C.'s largest gay dance club, says goodbye with two nights of parties and drag shows.
It's a big weekend for foodies, as chefs and pitmasters show their stuff at the National Capital Barbecue Battle, the D.C. Crab Cake Competition and the Taco Throwdown.
A guided walking tour shows off the “Burning Man” sculptures on display in downtown.