This past weekend was rich with festivities, including Art All Night and Fiesta DC Art All Night Art All Night began in 2011, and has now expanded to a two-night festival at 22 locations all over the city. We went to five of them. Barracks Row Music, juggling, light spinning, and a silent disco offered… Continue reading
The H Street Festival has been one of the largest festivals in D.C. for the past 12 years, extending 11 blocks along H St. NE.
While we’re just about ready for the cooler days of fall, let’s take one last look at the summer. We asked photographers from the DMV to share their images of the summer of 2022 and we are delighted with their variety.
Fall is a wonderful season in D.C. Here are some of the things we are looking forward to between now and Thanksgiving.
With the start of the Labor Day weekend, it’s good to appreciate all the workers who labor to make D.C. the city we love.
There are about 200,000 species of animals that pollinate plants. Most of these are insects, but some are birds and small mammals. Here are some of the pollinators we’ve seen hard at work in the local area. Butterflies and moths Bugs Bees aren’t the only insect pollinators – there are a number of bugs, such… Continue reading
There’s a fantastic demonstration of exotic birds at the National Zoo called “Birds in Flight”
We’ve been lucky this week to experience funk in two ways – the wonderful sounds of funk at the Funk Festival, and the amazing funky smell of the blooming corpse flower.
The Korean War is often referred to as the “forgotten” war, but 5.8 million Americans served there. The Korean War Memorial opened in 1992 and is frequently visited by the more than 500,000 war veterans still living.
The last week of July is statistically the hottest week in D.C., and this year is no exception. Here are two of the best strategies for dealing with the heat – either go for ice cream, or cool off by the water. Ice cream What could be better than enjoying ice cream on the Mall?… Continue reading