From poetry performance spotlights, to open mic nights, to readings by established poets, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Check out some of these upcoming events.
The Washington-area theater scene offers intriguing and ground-breaking works from some of the industry’s edgiest and most thought-provoking directors. Here are three impressive directors who are putting on some outstanding plays this spring.
As spring flowers burst with color, splashing the nation’s capital with their delicate beauty, artists of all types spring to life with their own works of art showcased through festivals and events.
With the president and first family in tow, the nation counts down the magical moment when the tree’s lights are switched on for the first time and shine for all to see. Here’s some information to get you ready for the big night.
Enhance your experience of the nation’s capital with free performances, art, workshops and tours that are sure to enrich your life without affecting your pocketbook.
Whether to escape into a great mystery or fantasy, or to educate and enlighten in relationships, politics or the world, books still beat the Internet for truly diving into what makes Washington, D.C. iconic world wide. Whether you’ve lived here for years or are just visiting, these are the best books about the nation’s capital.
The District is home to countless historic homes and buildings within its city limits — places that sometimes carry dark stories and events from years passed.
This fall, relive events from your favorite novel, or celebrate a beloved author with a visit to the area’s best literary landmarks.
The best exhibits this fall promise to teach and enlighten with everything from politics to natural history.
This fall, share your work with the hip D.C. arts scene. These competitions and opportunities are sure to inspire the artist — or at least the art collector — in you.