Mala Tang’s name means “hot and numbing soup” in Mandarin and offers Sichuan-style hot pot dinner.
Make the most of the city’s culture and start your week off at a photography webinar with National Geographic.
Spend your Fourth of July weekend speed dating, protesting with the Black Lives Matter movement and hosting a picnic with friends.
Here’s a rundown of events that have been canceled, moved online or still happening in person in the District.
Celebrate Pride at the Latinx Pride Dance Party, watch a benefit for equitable COVID-19 relief and stream live performances from D.C. jazz artists.
Three alumni banded together to launch a new spiked seltzer company, Volley, that hit the market Monday.
A portion of Adams Morgan will be closed to traffic this weekend to allow expanded outside seating.
Experts said caretakers should not avoid discussing issues of race altogether, especially when kids look to their elders to make sense of the world.
Laugh at a stand-up comedian Friday, with proceeds going toward BLM bail funds, protest-related injuries and COVID-19 testing and treatment.
Spend your second weekend into June celebrating Pride, pushing for social justice and documenting your pandemic experiences.