Oktoberfest starts Saturday. But for those that aren’t planning a trip abroad, there are plenty of ways to celebrate in D.C.
Celebrate D.C. by getting your fair share of arts, culture and music for free, or cheer on the Nationals with bonus drink specials this weekend.
A freshman who was called “the sick chick” in elementary school reclaimed the name for her personal blog, Sick Chicks, to empower and unite women.
Instead of booking a one-way trip back to your study abroad destination, here’s a list of nearby spaces that will remind you of far away places.
This weekend, step on the stage at a poetry slam, workout at an outdoor bootcamp class then pig out at a food tasting or chill out at an off-Broadway production.
Impress your foodie friends with a history lesson on Southern cuisine or watch a free comedy show at the Kennedy Center this weekend.
There’s no better place to celebrate Independence Day than in the District, so kick off Fourth of July weekend with these distinctly D.C. summertime activities.
Check out our roundup of outdoor movies featured all around the District this summer.
Take it easy this weekend by expressing yourself through paint, learning about Broadway history or listening to classical music over brunch.
You’ve seen your fair share of typical D.C. sights, so we’ve compiled a list of activities to keep you busy during your family’s visit.