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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.
Halloween starts early and Trevor Noah stages several stand-up shows.
In a new work, “Dog Without Feathers," dancers embody crabs, birds and men, but never the piece's titular animal. Choreographer Deborah Colker explains why.
How to stay warm, dry and happy on your autumn paddle excursions.
There’s perhaps no better way to enjoy autumn than from the cockpit of a kayak or canoe. And you don't have to travel far for fall foliage fireworks reflecting beautifully on calm water.
Want to be moved by a site-specific art installation? You don't have to stand in line at the Hirshhorn, just pay a visit to your local, world-class cathedral.
In "New Worlds" at Strathmore on Friday, Jan Vogler leads a trio that accompanies Bill Murray's tour of American literature, poetry and song.
The Defense Department, currently burning through a $700 billion budget, has a headquarters that looks a lot like a dated shopping mall.
The Chantilly, Va., museum isn’t exactly a secret — it draws around 1.6 million visitors a year — but it could definitely handle more people.
Whether you're looking to see natural beauty, get serious exercise or just get a cranky toddler out of the house, authors Rachel Cooper and Renee Sklarew have the perfect hike for you.
If D.C.'s going to feel like a greenhouse, we may as well get out and enjoy the greenery.