If you’re in D.C. for the holidays and want to forgo cooking, a few restaurants around the District have you covered.
City officials do not recommend boarding up shops, but some restaurant owners said they are barricading themselves in case protests turn violent.
Restaurant owners said they are purchasing items like heat lamps and blankets to continue providing outdoor dining.
Be the first to visit the reopened National Portrait Gallery Friday and watch a Star Wars movie at an outdoor theatre.
Pop-ups are appearing around the District with menu items ranging from American to Mexican cuisine.
Take some time to connect with professors, practice a self-care routine and stay in touch with classmates to alleviate some worries.
Walk through the National Arboretum, take a yoga class while sipping a mimosa and tour D.C.’s historic Hillwood Museum and Gardens.
Here’s a rundown of events that have been canceled, moved online or still happening in person in the District.
Celebrate Pride at the Latinx Pride Dance Party, watch a benefit for equitable COVID-19 relief and stream live performances from D.C. jazz artists.
As a result of social distancing measures, students are finding ways to connect with friends and family through virtual parties.