If you’re looking for some mid-week relaxation, treat yourself with a trip to Mimosa Salon on I Street.
The Association of Queer Women and Allies is planning to host the first-ever LGBTQ leadership conference, featuring high school clubs from across the District.
Before the opening of their exhibit “Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe,” the Newseum hosted a panel with two former White House photographers Thursday.
From number one hitmakers to lesser-known groups, we’ve got a fall concert guide to explore different venues around the city.
Residents of Strong Hall and Building JJ – a townhouse on F Street – will not pay $1.75 each time they wash their clothes next year.
Studying abroad isn’t the only way to feast on Paris-based Ladurée’s famous macarons – the chain opened a new location in Georgetown Tuesday.
Sometimes living in the District can be anything but sweet, but these ice cream shops will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Our music for this week includes upbeat tracks and more mellow tunes to carry you through the ups and downs of the last few weeks of the semester.
As the summer months come around, finish off your Sunday brunch or afternoon stroll with a stop at the Watermelon Wall.
Young and old alike gathered at the Black Cat Saturday to attend a relaxed festival that included experimental electronic, jazz and indie music.