Mark your calendar with upcoming online performances from Jennifer Koh and Kirill Gerstein.

The company, formerly known as Carpe DC, has relaunched during the pandemic with socially distanced walking tours.

In an election year like no other, bars and restaurants and planning candidate-themed food and drink specials to get you through election night.

Here’s what parents need to know.

Watch these new movies from home.

From a dog-friendly cemetery to nearby hiking trails, Mass Ave has a little bit of everything.

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Virtual film festivals, trivia nights, concerts and poetry slams offer an escape for everyone staying at home.

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A trio of outdoor art installations confront the urgent social movements roiling the country.

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From Ari Lennox, Shordie Shordie, Baby 9eno and more.

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‘Come Play’ will make you more paranoid about your smartphone than you already are.

The D.C. poster artist’s timely, ubiquitous artworks create an iconography of the present.

At this Petworth ramen shop, chef-owner Eric Yoo ladles out escapes from a turbulent world.

Some cultural institutions, including a handful of Smithsonian museums, have reopened their doors to socially distanced visitors.

The historian and author would hit some of the city’s haunted sites.

Here’s what parents need to know.

Watch these new movies from home.

Hop in your car and head toward Sperryville, Frederick and Southern Maryland.

Sacha Baron Cohen is at it again in sequel, taking aim at idiocy and taking no prisoners.

Film by Alexandra Pelosi is a dark — and deep — portrait of a country divided.

Story of a hair weave with a mind of its own satirizes racist beauty norms.

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