Family & Pets
One of the best holiday traditions is going around and seeing all of the beautiful light displays. Here are the neighborhoods with the best holiday lights in Washington, D.C. for 2014.
Cut your own Christmas tree this year at these D.C.-area farms.
Washington, D.C. is a mixture of different cultures, races and religions that are all respected and celebrated. With a large Jewish community in the city, Hanukkah is an important holiday in the District, with several celebrations around town.
These free winter activities should be on your family’s to-do list this season.
Instead of leaving your pampered pooch at home, bring them along to one of these best pet-friendly restaurants in D.C. and enjoy sharing a meal, and special treats, with your family’s best friend.
When you’re ready to propose to that special someone, finding the perfect place to do it can make all the difference. Here’s an update on a few fun and unique places that you may not have considered.
Local expert Natasha Christensen offers some tips on starting your college search.
When you are looking for places to play laser tag in the area, consider these locations.
Farms all over the area have elaborate corn mazes that will make you scratch your head. These are the best corn mazes in the Washington, D.C. area.
From simple haunted houses at a school function, to major productions on acres of land, there are some truely spooky haunted houses out there. Here are the best haunted houses in Washington, D.C.