D.C. locals and tourists celebrated Mardi Gras early with a parade, vibrant costumes and New Orleans-style drinks at The Wharf Saturday.
Urban Boxing D.C., located at 1116 24th St. NW, hosted a fight Saturday for D.C. college students. The series of matches pitted students from GW, Georgetown University and the University of Maryland against each other for competitions.
Norman Neverson was signed as a player on GW’s football team in 1963, becoming the first black athlete to receive an athletic scholarship at GW.
National Margarita Day has bartenders stirring up their best recipes in honor of the holiday.
The Washington National Cathedral hosted a “second-chance prom” on Valentine’s Day.
The Guangdong Arts Troupe performed at The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage Friday to celebrate the Year of the Pig.
A crowd gathered in Dupont Circle Saturday morning to await a weather prediction from Potomac Phil in honor of Groundhog Day.
The Wharf hosts a free event called Curling and Cocktails each week to give beginners an opportunity to test a new winter sport.
D.C. Fray, an organization that hosts casual sports games, hosted a human version of the popular board game Hungry Hungry Hippos at The Wharf Saturday. At the event, teams of four to six players competed in a life-sized version of the game on ice. The top teams will now advance to the finals on Feb. […]
There were 36 total traffic deaths in D.C. last year and the number has increased every year since 2015.