Too Many Zooz became a viral music trio after getting their start in the New York City subway system.
Cram in as much art and live music as you can before finals have you cramming in long study sessions.
Explore international films without leaving the District, enjoy craft brews while listening to live music or find your zen in an unconventional setting.
When it comes to authentic Mexican food in D.C., it’s hard to beat El Sol Restaurante & Tequileria.
This weekend, laugh it up at comedy shows and thank George Washington for a long weekend by attending a parade in his honor.
Blue Duck Tavern is quiet enough that you’ll be able to maintain a conversation with the parents, and classy enough you might be able to convince them you eat this way all the time.
For some students, stand-up comedy isn’t just what they watch on Netflix – it’s what they do in between going to class and studying.
On Nov. 19 and 20, you can experience the stories of women from across the globe, without leaving the Marvin Center.
GBD serves up Southern-style cooking that will satisfy your comfort food cravings from early morning to midnight or later.
Landmark Festival-goers will inevitably face some choices regarding the acts they choose to see this weekend. We broke down our favorites for you.