The District will be teeming this weekend with cinematic, historical and culinary inspiration.
Cariel Coates spends more than seven hours in a day singing at the Foggy Bottom Metro station every week.
Allegory DC, located a mile off campus, launched a series Friday to honor black history by showcasing the work of black bartenders.
Professors often have a hand in politics because of GW’s location in the District. But one is penning a fictitious tale based on the political past.
If you constantly find yourself entangled in your friends’ dating life, a new dating app lets you take control.
North Italia, an Italian restaurant with handmade pasta and pizza, will open its first D.C. location in Foggy Bottom next month.
Two sophomores started Clean Closets to promote sustainable fashion on campus through trips to thrift shops and organize eco-friendly clothing drives.
Whether you want to laugh, watch or listen, this weekend has the perfect event for you and your friends.
If you’re staying in D.C. for break, start your week off right with an artistic tour through D.C. with concerts and a chance to support local artists.
Power through your last days of class while getting into the holiday spirit at these events around the District.