Your favorite bands may not be coming to NoVA this summer, but you can still rock out at home.
As part of its signature Yiddish Theater Lab, the two livestreamed readings are meant to celebrate, rediscover and preserve Jewish theatrical heritage.
The community center will present live performances in its parking lot, allowing audience members to experience the play from the comfort and safety of their cars.
The special event will have limited capacity and will feature five minutes of the property’s annual fireworks display.
With in-person events postponed, Capital Pride and pride celebrations around the world are transitioning to virtual celebrations this year.
From potential opening dates to safety measures you should expect, amusement parks of the DMV are going to look a little different this summer.
Find curator-led exhibit explorations, writing workshops for students, live chats on mental health and so much more this month from the Smithsonian Institution.
Even though we can’t circle up like we used to, these virtual book clubs will help you keep flipping the pages and stay social at home.
The pop impressionistic artist, known for her colorful creations, is bringing a playful touch to her upcoming event, inviting fans to participate virtually.
Whether you want to try out new recipes or taste some of your favorite local wines, these events will keep you entertained from the safety of home.