This weekend, shop at a leisurely market in Georgetown or traverse the city on a Harry Potter-themed bar crawl.
Former White House chef discussed working with the Obama family and the release of his new cookbook.
When Erik Rodriquez, an associate professor of chemistry, is not using fluorescent proteins for research, he uses them to create glowing artwork in his lab.
Above the Bayou is a DIY music space – where independent musicians finance and host their own concerts – that also houses three students.
André Aciman, author of “Call Me By Your Name,” sat down with Spencer Kornhaber of The Atlantic to discuss the success of the book and film on Friday.
Thai Chef’s Thai tea custard with toast is an uncommon approach to bubble milk tea.
As the weather warms up, get outside and hop from festival to festival this weekend.
Pick and choose from our stoned itinerary, or hit everything on this list for a hazy day of good vibes.
The play takes place on one red line train, while the characters come and go through scenes after riding for a few stops each.
A group of 15 students from the School of Engineering and Applied Science has worked since August to craft an off-road vehicle for an international competition.