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.
The National Christmas Tree lighting was hosted by the president and first lady at the White House Wednesday night.
The hotel recently received a facelift and now houses an American restaurant dubbed Notti 824, which opened last week.
GW’s top two political student organizations hosted watch parties as results for the much anticipated 2018 midterm elections rolled in Tuesday night.
The men’s basketball roster features incoming freshmen with promising high school stats and young returners rising to the top.