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.
As we enter wedding season for 2015, a lot of newlyweds will be skipping trips to Europe and Bora Bora in order to spend their honeymoon closer to home. You can save a bundle by doing a domestic honeymoon.
Washington, D.C. is well known for its love of sports and in recent years, tennis has become one of the most celebrated sports among Washingtonians. Grab your rackets because there are plenty of tennis courts in the District for tennis newbies and pros to flex their skills.
As summertime rapidly approaches, the weather is just perfect to enjoy alfresco dining. These D.C. restaurants provide great dining with a better view of the world around you.
Summertime says BBQ in letters eight miles high. For the best BBQ dining options in town, read on. These spots offer unique takes on BBQ food, specifically vegetarian versions of traditional BBQ fare. You may be skeptical, but don’t knock it until you try it.
Here’s a practical guide for where to stay, where to dine and what to see in the Florida Everglades
Along with the promise of baseball and beach days, warmer weather is a sure sign that it’s time to change out your closet and get your spring and summer wardrobe ready.
Want a summer dish that’s easy to make as it is elegant? Whip up these sautéed dates with olive oil and sea salt from Molly Wizenberg, author of “Delancey.”
The warm weather ushers in some great events in Washington, D.C. From seasonal festivals to outdoor art exhibits, D.C. really comes alive in the Summer. Part of that summer fun are the summer concerts; big and small, expensive and free. These are the best free summer concerts in Washington, D.C.
The beach isn’t your only option to get out of the city this summer. Grab your canoe, fishing pole and swimsuit and head for these lake getaways in D.C. area.