Arts & Culture
As President Barack Obama once said, “When a woman succeeds, America succeeds.” Truer words were never spoken. Here are a few events to help celebrate Women’s History Month.
Spring means not having to hear terms like “polar vortex.” It also means you should be getting out and enjoying all the new and exciting things the city has to offer. Including the new exhibits opening at DC’s many wonderful museums. These exhibits will make you take a break from Netflix.
They say that laughter is the best medicine. Well these upcoming comedy shows will be one easy pill to swallow. With well-known, celebrated comedians at the height of their comedic powers, consider your prescription for a good time filled.
Quality art supplies are worth the price. Here are a few of the best art supply stores in D.C.
There’s no better way to enjoy all that is creative than through a festival. Here are a few in Washington DC that might suit your fancy.
For D.C. area couples young and old looking for a romantic show on Valentine’s Day, here are several options in and around the District for that special day.
Travel the world through the movies with VeryFirstTo’s exclusive tour of the world’s most famous movie locations – for $325,215.
These Lunar New Year celebrations will get you anxious for the new year to come.
The DC area is a treasure trove of history that touches nearly every craft and discipline. With its historic architecture, it’s no surprise that the area is home to major landmarks that are significant to the literary world. Here are a few.
Language classes can bring a foreign language to life through spontaneous person-to-person conversation, interaction, gestures and tones—things you just can’t get by sitting in front of a computer. If you’re looking to get that human experience, check out some of these top-notch programs.