Get Some Culture at the Foundry Gallery

Located near Dupont Circle, Foundry Gallery is an artist-owned cooperative showcasing some of Washington, DC’s most promising and accomplished artists. The focus is on providing exposure and recognition to new and emerging artists, featuring work not widely seen before. As a non-profit, artist-owned cooperative gallery, Foundry offers a rich diversity...

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Pair House-Made Cider With Flavorful Foods at Capitol Cider House

Craft breweries serving flights of house-made beer are a dime a dozen these days, but Capitol Cider House does things slightly differently: instead of focusing on beer, this DC brewer and bar devotes itself to craft cider. If you’re new to cider, regulars suggest that you might start with a...

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Raise Money for Children’s National at the Race for Every Child

On October 20, the Race for Every Child takes over downtown Washington DC alongside Children’s National in hopes of providing medical care for all chlidren, regardless of ability to pay. This 5K run/walk and Kids Dash takes place from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. and welcomes all families, weekend joggers,...

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Explore a Collection of Contemporary Art at the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden

Joseph H. Hirshhorn came to New York City from Latvia when he was just a boy, one of 13 children. By the time he grew into an adult, he’d made a name for himself as a financier, a philanthropist, and a lover of fine art. It was his own personal...

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Catch “The Color Purple” at The Kennedy Center Now Through August 26th

Alice Walker’s The Color Purple claimed a spot in the canon of contemporary American literature almost immediately upon being published in 1982, and for good reason. It tells the story of Celie, an African-American woman living in rural Georgia. She refuses to succumb to the abuse of the men who...

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Sample Local Wines at District Winery

​Situated in the heart of The Yards, District Winery is a boutique urban winery producing premium small batch wines. Take a tour of DC’s first and only operational commercial winery to learn more about urban winemaking – how they source the grapes to how they blend and bottle. The knowledgeable...

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Watch the Washington Kastles Trounce the Philly Freedoms on July 28th

Serena and Venus Williams, Leander Paes, and Rennae Stubbs are just a few of the world tennis champs who’ve played for the Washington Kastles. The local team takes on its adversaries in tennis tournaments every year at home in the Kastles Stadium at the Smith Center and across the country....

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Read and Dine at Kramerbooks & Afterwords Café

Kramerbooks & Afterwords Café is a combination coffee shop and bookseller that makes the perfect place to spend a weekend afternoon. While Kramerbooks is everything you’d want from your neighborhood bookseller, Afterwords Café is also a great destination for satisfying your post-shopping hunger. Afterwords Café serves a full menu of...

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Explore DC on Wheels With Segs in the City

Hop on a segway and see the sites with the unique tours at Segs in the City. They offer a variety of urban segway safaris that highlight the one-of-a-kind attractions that DC has to offer. You can cover a lot of ground in one tour, with key attractions like the...

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“Hamilton” at The John F. Kennedy Center from June 12th – September 16th

Lin-Manual Miranda’s Broadway smash, Hamilton, has finally arrived at The John F. Kennedy Center, now through September 16th. The musical, inspired by Ron Chernow’s bestselling biography of Alexander Hamilton, follows the life of the American Founding Father using hip-hop, soul, and R&B to tell the story. Both entertaining and educational,...

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