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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.
When he isn't hanging out in skill crane games, this is what Brian Feldman would like to be doing.
Model trains ply miniature villages, including one with a military parade, underneath the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse.
Cross off your shopping list at these local pop-ups around town.
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial pays tribute to the founding father while also showcasing Freemason finery from the recent, less-woke past.
What is the Pope of Trash doing in a temple of good taste?
The Lego White House exhibit and the debut of "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" at National Theatre top this week's week.
The artists in “Eye to I: Self-Portraits From 1900 to Today,” demonstrate how portraiture can be used to upend stereotypes and show off your skills as well as your good looks.
We may not have New England's entire hillsides of fiery foliage, but what D.C. lacks in intensity we make up for in diversity.
Ahead of the Rodarte exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, we found out what sparked some of the Mulleavy sisters' most iconic creations.
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.