After the cherry blossom festival being cancelled for two years due to the pandemic, we are delighted to see it back again.
We asked photographers from the DC region to send in photos from the first few months of 2022, and we were amazed by the variety of subjects and perspectives.
It’s not officially spring yet, but the warming weather and increased daylight signals that spring is on its way.
For Women’s History Month, the Smithsonian has on display #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit, a collection of 120 life-size 3D-printed statues of STEM scientists, innovators, and role models.
This past week has been full of sorrow, fear, and resolve as Washingtonians react to the horrors in Ukraine.
Smithsonian Garden’s new orchid exhibit serves as an oasis in the middle of winter.
It’s still winter and we are tired of being cold – but then we look around and there’s a lot to enjoy when D.C. freezes over.
With Valentine’s Day almost here, we’re celebrating the times we’ve seen couples celebrating their engagements or weddings in iconic places in D.C.
A new landmark for D.C. – the iconic white arches of the Frederick Douglass Bridge
Today is National Squirrel Appreciation Day, and we’ve always enjoyed watching how these clever creatures adapt to life in the city.