A 14-year-old freshman, Curtis Lawrence, is making history this year as one of the youngest full-time students to attend the University.
Cariel Coates spends more than seven hours in a day singing at the Foggy Bottom Metro station every week.
After a nearly year-long vacancy, The Textile Museum has a new curator of contemporary art.
Sing your heart out at a “Hamilton” musical sing-along Friday night, and celebrate fashion and fabrics at the Textile Museum Saturday.
Located inside The Line Hotel, The Cup We All Race 4 serves pastries like our pick for dish of the week: the cretzel.
Allegory DC, located a mile off campus, launched a series Friday to honor black history by showcasing the work of black bartenders.
The 9:30 Truck, an extension of the 9:30 Club, will visit D.C. hotspots and local college campuses in the coming weeks.
The Student Musicians Coalition’s five, fully-equipped studios provide a space for student bands like Pinewalls and The Avenues to practice and make music.
When you think of cheese and dessert, you might come up with cheesecakes, but this dish mixes cheese with dessert in a new way.
Enjoy a picnic in the park on Friday in Farragut Square, then learn something new at the opening of the Kennedy Center’s REACH Festival on Saturday.