From parades down their childhood neighborhood to a Zoom party, seniors said they are finding ways to celebrate graduation from home.
From online live shows to joint TV viewing, here are some ways you can simultaneously hang out with friends and follow social distance guidelines.
There are dozens of events happenings around D.C. to celebrate the month, but here are the top six events to mark on your calendar.
Spend your first weekend in March visiting a new art exhibit or watching a dual jazz and comedy show.
Learn how animals mate at the National Zoo, pet cats and eat sweets at Crumbs and Whiskers or get advice from an “evil” Cupid at a brewing company.
The “Future Sketches” exhibit uses elements like light, animation and facial recognition software to show visitors an expressive augmented reality.
Holiday films are cheesy and almost always end with a neat resolution to show kindness to friends and family or give back to your community.
The Hatchet met up with nine artists to talk about their murals, the process of creating a mural and the inspiration behind their work.
Jenny Slate discussed her personal life and upcoming book “Little Weirds,” a series of personal memoirs, in Lisner Auditorium Sunday.
Here are some of the highlights from our ride on the Blue Line from Foggy Bottom to Federal Triangle.