Arts & Culture
2015 marks the 45th Annual Earth Day, celebrating humanity’s dedication to ensuring continued preservation and protection of our planet. It’s out time to lead the efforts to ensuring that future generations have a healthy planet on which to live. Celebrate this Earth Day with one of the many activities D.C. has to offer.
In recognition of Record Store Day, taking place on April 18th, here are some of the best D.C.-area record stores where you can find great music.
Since Drop Everything And Read Day is April 12th, here are a few used bookstores in the D.C.-area were you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
Spring has sprung and the kids want to celebrate all things Easter. Here’s an update on a few of the best Easter events.
Theater offers some of the most beloved and hated characters—and those whom you love to hate. Here are some of the best theaters in the DC area.
Theater blossoms this spring in a colorful bouquet of productions that are sure to entertain, enthrall and enlighten. Here’s an update on some of the very best.
Whether you are of Irish descent or just love the holiday, you will find something fun to do. Here are the best parades and celebrations on St. Patrick’s Day in Washington, D.C.
Here are the best ways to celebrate Women’s History Month in Washington, D.C.
Have fun with your friends or your date painting a masterpiece while sipping a nice glass of wine. There are a number of paint and sip places in the area, and these are the best.
Sketching or drawing is a popular art class to take, and there are some great studios in the area for you to choose from. These are the best sketching classes in Washington, D.C.