This weekend, you can dine out with a discount and check out images of dissent before finishing off your weekend with a twist on a classic fairytale.
Set the tone for 2019 on the first weekend of the new year by attending events around D.C. perfect for getting you started on your New Year’s resolution.
You may feel like you don’t have the time or money to give back during the holidays. But there are many ways you can help others in need around D.C.
Skip the holiday meal prep and try the pre-fixed courses at a number of celebrated restaurants near campus.
If you are one of the brave students organizing a Friendsgiving potluck for the holiday, here are three easy takes on classic Thanksgiving dishes.
No matter where you are from, America Eats Tavern will give you a glimpse at food history before blowing your taste buds away.
It may be tempting to opt for its 99-cent cousin, but you won’t regret swapping out the minute meal for the real deal at these D.C. ramen restaurants.
The restaurant chain &pizza and event organizers Broccoli City, two businesses born in the District, opened Broccoli Bar Thursday.
The annual free event took place in eight neighborhoods, with participation from more than 100 artists.