Dronkers uses his farmers market haul for a rooftop dinner complete with party games.
The artist starts her day with Compass Coffee and ends it at "some delicious, glorious hotel."
The neon sculptor plans a tour "of some of the best gallery exhibitions in the city."
She and the family are taking in the best of Takoma Park on her dream day.
It starts with a walkabout around D.C. parks and ends with a tour of D.C. restaurants.
His “future-fantasy” itinerary includes a festival and a march all around D.C. with his 7-year-old daughter.
When she’s not onstage at the Kennedy Center with her show "Generation Gap," the comedian is spending time getting reacquainted with her hometown.
On her dream day off from running around and thinking about books, Spring wants to run around and think about books.
D.C.'s upholstery queen shares her go-to route for pick-your-own produce, the beach, a crab feast and a pitstop to pick up plants.
Many of the things we think of as communal activities — concerts, dinner, the movies — are enjoyable solo.