A May 8 hearing by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee brought the Sept. 11 tragedy of Benghazi back into the headlines.
The National Cinco de Mayo Festival invited everyone to come celebrate the increasingly popular Mexican holiday.
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The U.S. Holocaust Museum marked its 20th year with ceremonies and a special visit from former President Clinton and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel.
Didn't go to the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner on Saturday night? Neither did we -- but we went to some of the parties that surround the annual Pollywood event.
Earth Day at Union Station had some cool events and even cooler works of art.
The Penn Quarter restaurant Zaytinya held its first annual outdoor market and celebration of Greek culture on April 21-22 with ...
Happy birthday to the Bard! And rhe Folger Shakespeare Library knows how to put on the party.
Washington now has its own comic convention, and it is "Awesome."
Senior members of the military and member of the theatrical establishment held a joint press conference at the Arena Stage's Mead Center for American Theater April 18 to announce the expansion of Blue Star Theatres Program to help military families.
The Emancipation Day Parade ran from Fourth to 14th Street along Pennsylvania to celebrate the 151st anniversary of the federal law that freed more than 3,000 slaves--the first of its kind.
A Washington favorite, the National Cherry Blossom Parade happily marked the end of our cherry blossom days.
For Jazz Appreciation Month, the Smithsonian Institution held a performance and received donations from jazz greats.
Bowen McCauley Dance enchanted at the Kennedy Center with such works as “Le Sacre du Printemps."