DC Shorts Film Festival Starts Sept. 7

A dozen of the showcases are thematic: all-animation, all-LGBT, etc. New this year is a free outdoor showcase on Sept. 14 in Farragut Square.

Book Lovers Flock to National Book Festival (photos)

After 12 years on the National Mall, the festival moved indoors in 2014. On a particularly rainy start to Labor Day weekend, this felt like a good choice.

A Solar Eclipse Brings Us Together … Briefly

In the zones of partiality, which included Washington, D.C., the scene was not quite the showstopper.

Otakon Anime Convention Comes to D.C. (photos)

After 18 years in Baltimore, the anime and cosplay convention moved to D.C.'s Walter E. Washington Convention Center Aug. 11 to 13.

Demonstrators Rally to Demand Removal of Albert Pike Statue in D.C. (video &...

Over 100 activists attended a rally for the removal of a statue of Albert Pike (1809-1891) in late afternoon on Friday, August 18 in...

Smithsonian Gets Baseball Treasures in Special Ceremony (photos)

National Museum of American History board member Thomas Tull donated 14 artifacts used by baseball legends who played for six different major-league teams.

Anti-Poaching ‘March for Elephants’ in D.C. (photos)

The fifth annual rally was held Saturday, Aug. 12, "World Elephant Day."

A Memorable Citi Open (photos)

Alexander "Sascha" Zverev of Germany defeated Kevin Anderson of South Africa to win his first ATP World Tour 500 title, becoming the youngest champion in the tournament's 49-year history.

Promising Citi Open Begins on a Rainy Saturday

The Citi Open started under rainy skies Saturday, but all of the matches were made up under clear skies on Sunday. The tennis tournament is now on schedule.

Your Guide to a Summer of Military Concerts in DC (photos)

Military bands perform at parades, presidential inaugurations, state funerals and a variety of other events and ceremonies across the nation. They honor those who...

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