In past years, television stars and comedians performed at Colonials Weekend, but D.C. can more than make up for lost entertainment.
As Foggy Bottom has seen new openings, some treasured campus businesses have shuttered their doors.
Colonials Weekend is the perfect excuse to get off GWorld and explore the fancier fare and activities of D.C.
Officina is full-fledged Italian eatery, with three floors of Italian goodies to give the full experience of a traditional market.
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.
Revisit Oz with a movie screening and a new exhibition, then get a sampling of two top songstresses of the last decade.
Withers began working at the University 53 years ago, and has revolutionized the dance program while running her own dance company.
The deli opened its doors Thursday, but has already gained a cult following at farmers markets across the District.
An alumna’s art therapy program, Tracy’s Kids, provides local children with art supplies to cope with their illnesses and extended hospitalizations.
Start your weekend laughing through a veteran comedian’s set, then enjoy live performances and D.C. street food coursing through H Street.