The gallery, which opened Saturday in Georgetown, is curated by New York art dealer Todd von Ammon and has its first exhibit “MENTAL” on view.
While the District is known for its queer nightlife, the Black Cat’s Queer Girl Movie Night provides a more laid-back option.
Author and historian Cindy Gueli visited the Textile Museum Monday afternoon to explain how women played a role in shaping the war efforts.
Alex Toltzis, who graduated in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology, is the founder of GroupedU, an app that allows students to find study partners.
Party to Korean pop to kick off your weekend, before switching gears at a rap concert Sunday night that’s sure to be a full house.
Whether you’re eager to party in costume or want to relax with a festive movie, there’s a place for every Halloween lover to enjoy the eeriness of October.
Take in the sights of Europe from the District Wharf, then immerse yourself in Russian culture for a day of food, art and music.