The April Calendar
Our online events calendar features a week-by-week rundown of the region's music, theater, dance, art, comedy and festival events, as well as special events specifically for kids.
We’ve compiled a list of happy hour hot spots that offer more than just your average drink specials.
These outdoor markets provide a unique opportunity to shop, sample and help area farmers, all while saving money…
As the beautiful weather continues, take advantage of the warmth to skip the gym and get outside for your exercise routine. The following biking and jogging trails offer a beautiful respite from stuffy gyms…
Whether small, passive green spaces in urban areas, or more expansive acres offering activities, there are plenty of NoVA parks available.
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Toasting beer’s long-lasting legacy in the Metro-D.C. area with author and historian Garrett Peck.
Fantasy Baseball is a game of passion and, for a group of former TJ students, a way of life with real players, fake millions and pride on the line.
At 10, the kids’ music trio is still making fans young and old.
Urban Arias makes opera work for a new generation.
The artistic director of the National Chamber Ensemble talks about what lies ahead for its ninth season.
James Cornwell, celebrity hairstylist and makeup artist, talks summer beauty essentials and details on his new family-owned salon, Iva Bella, in Warrenton.
Going from babysitter to hiring babysitters got me to face my past work performance.
Film lovers, swap your Sunday brunch for popcorn. The Cinema Arts Film Club picks up this weekend with an Italian film brand-new to the D.C. area.
From sword swallowing to toilet seat contortionism, audiences can expect many diverse acts.
Skip the predictable brew pick and treat your taste buds to some local craft beer.
Take a family day-trip to learn local history and to pick strawberries.
Families can soar to new heights at these local attractions.