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I'm the "Staycationer," author of a biweekly column reviewing tourist hotspots in the Washington, D.C. area. I also preview upcoming performances and write quirky and fun feature stories.
A new exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts showcases the skill and ingenuity of 20 contemporary female sculptors.
You'll be riveted by the extraordinary life of this great American intellectual and activist, and his grand Victorian home.
Instead of renting a venue, we got married in a public park and had our reception in a bar.
For the first time, the Capital Fringe Festival is adding a curated selection of experimental theater to the usual unjuried hodgepodge.
If you’re feeling like you’re on unstable ground today, this NPG exhibit may help give you a little context.
As a D.C. resident, I waited two years to get a White House tour. Then, I found myself on a very strange journey.
Austin has South by Southwest. Aspen has the Aspen Ideas Festival. Now, D.C. has its own artsy, zeitgeist-capturing event.
A kamikaze training airplane, a German dive suit, a nuclear submarine missile — this museum has it all.
How did an instrument that originated in Africa become the nearly exclusive property of white folk musicians? Black banjo player Dom Flemons explains.
This Wheeling, W.Va., zoo offers up-close-and-personal animal encounters.