Washington National Cathedral
The District continues to celebrate the “Star Wars” legacy at social gatherings, comic stores, scavenger hunts and major commercial events.
Though true May Day festivals are not easy to come by, these spring festivals celebrate the joy of spring and offer diverse experiences for all.
President Barack Obama began the first full workday of his second term with a rousing, spiritual appeal for unity and strength from church leaders of different faiths.
While the nation is struggling to comprehend the devastation that’s ripped through the small Connecticut town of Newtown Friday, locally people in the D.C. area are coming together to provide their own source of healing.
Festive decorations have the ability to put even those with Grinch-like tendencies in the holiday spirit. A simple string of lights outside or a wreath on your front door will liven up any neighborhood. Make your home feel warm and welcoming this holiday season by decorating like never before. Whether you have family visiting, friends over for a delicious meal or just want decor to get in the cheery holiday mood, a few small accents go a long way. Reach far and high for those holiday boxes in the attic, and build on what you already have. Gather original ideas from magazines and Pinterest. It doesn’t hurt to bring ideas with you when shopping to make it easier to bring your vision to life as you explore the best places to shop for holiday decorations in D.C.
Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of an earthquake that caused millions of dollars in damage to some of the District’s top tourist destinations, including the National Cathedral.
Washington National Cathedral is displaying sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt along with many other sites in the nation’s capital, and the cathedral plans to host an interfaith memorial service this weekend.
A memorial service will honor the life of Watergate figure-turned-evangelist Charles Colson.
Washington National Cathedral will be offering tours of its unique stone carvings for the first time since the building was damaged by an earthquake last year.
Whether you live here or you’re just visiting, the Old Post Office, Washington Monument, National Cathedral and Arlington National Cemetary are must-see places.
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