Georgetown is one of the best places to spend Small Business Saturday, Nov. 25. The shopping holiday was begun by American Express and others in 2010.
There are two shows to catch this weekend at the Kennedy Center: a Harry Potter film with live orchestral accompaniment and 2017’s last performances of “Shear Madness.”
D.C. offers a variety of delicious alternatives to a homemade meal.
The half-block was closed in front of the Prospect Street place, D.C.'s best-known spot to see and to be seen, with klieg lights in the parking lot for the occasion. With District Council approval, Mayor Muriel Bowser proclaimed Nov. 10 Cafe Milano Day.
This year, Veterans Day marked the 99th anniversary of the end of "The War to End All Wars." On Nov. 9, ground was broken on the National World War I Memorial at Pershing Park, located at 14th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. NW.
While the food and service are important, the Italian restaurant is known as D.C.'s place to see to be seen — and it touts itself as a "safe-haven for lawmakers and political operatives on both sides of the aisle."
Leonard Slatkin and Livingston Taylor are in town Friday, which is also Ladies Night at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre. Saturday is Día de los Muertos in Arlington and on Sunday you can learn to pre-prepare holiday casseroles and/or paint watercolors mindfully.
Going by the calendar, Halloween is on Tuesday. But the partying has already begun, continuing tonight at the Watergate’s Argentta Spa, on Saturday at Tudor Place and Malmaison and on Sunday at Pinstripes.
It is a weekend of legendary names: Jerome Robbins, Frank Lloyd Wright, Annie Proulx, Dizzy Gillespie and Leonard Bernstein — not to mention Johannes Vermeer.
The "Streets of Georgetown" is the theme for this year's Citizens Association of Georgetown Gala.