Arts & Culture
You don’t have to spend Labor Day weekend laying around the house. Here are five fun, free activities you can attend in the D.C. area.
These DIY pottery studios will have you creating in no time.
Here are some of best public art installations in the D.C. area.
From classical students to indie-rock bands, the D.C.music scene is ever growing. One of the things all musicians need, is an instrument. There are stores scattered around town that cater specifically to musical instruments and equipment. Here are the best music shops in Washington, D.C.
While some might see the Washington Monument as the centerpiece in a city full of monuments, its history is as storied as the man who it was named after.
Many comedians have gotten their starts in D.C. Saturday Night Live cast members, television stars and movie stars, DC is home to amazing comedic talent.
As global markets continue to expand and business interaction with foreign countries increases, learning another language will become an essential business tool and skill for an individual to have (let’s face it, we should all be learning Mandarin).
Summer brings more opportunities to enjoy events outdoors. Some of the great outdoor events in D.C. are art festivals. There seems to be festivals every weekend during the summer, so you have plenty to choose from. These are the best summer art festivals in Washington, D.C.
D.C. is easily walkable; you can walk around for hours exploring the different neighborhoods. And, because the city is filled with a number of different museums and attractions, you can plan out a fun walking tour. If you are an art lover, a walking tour of some of the city’s wonderful arts institutions would be a great idea. Start with this itinerary and then explore on your own.
Capital Pride is celebrating 40 years of LGBT Pride in the Nation’s Capital with a host of events throughout Washington, D.C. Join the Capital Pride Alliance and a host of local and national sponsors in celebration of LGBT Pride.