It’s the very best time of year—a time to slow down, reflect and to appreciate life, family and friends. From beautiful lights, to carols, to performances and festivals, here are a few of the best upcoming celebrations.
A candlelight vigil in Washington will mark 15 years since the death of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student who was abducted and killed in Laramie, Wyo.
Whether you believe these sightings or not, here are the places that keep D.C. haunted.
Ford’s Theatre has canceled performances of “The Laramie Project” because the theater must close during the government shutdown, but it will present two free performances at a nearby church.
Ford’s Theatre may have to postpone its run of “The Laramie Project” because the play is being forced out of the theater during the government shutdown.
A program to offer free and discounted theater tickets, classes and other services for veterans and military families is expanding to 85 theaters in 33 states.
Here are some shows that will make for a great night for you and your Valentine.
With musical theater, Shakespeare, new works and old classics, there is something theater for everyone to enjoy this spring in Washington.
These shows will take you through the motions and then some; you will laugh, think, cry, learn and burn calories.
While the city’s most popular destinations, like the Washington Monument or the Jefferson Memorial, attract thousands of visitors each year, DC is home lesser-known historical sites that are just as interesting.