Tour Tudor Place for $1 During “Washington Dollar Days: Tour for a Buck”

From now until February 28, you can tour the 1816 Tudor Place home for just $1. This registered National Historic Landmark was lived in by six generations of a single family, and the home and gardens offer a fascinating look back into American history. During Washington Dollar Days: Tour for a Buck, you’ll pay $1 to explore the home with…

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Check Out Winter Restaurant Week Specials at Tony and Joes

With the arrival of Winter Restaurant Week, residents from across the DMV will be looking to book tables to DC’s best restaurants. That’s as good an excuse as any to make your way to Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place. Set on K Street just a stone’s throw from the Potomac, Tony and Joe’s is a popular location all year long….

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Take in Some Culture at Bobby Sanabria MultiVerse Big Band’s “West Side Story Reimagined” on January 18

Fans of American theater won’t want to miss the Bobby Sanabria MultiVerse Big Band’s West Side Story Reimagined at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts on January 18. This show was a 2019 Grammy®–nominee for Best Latin Jazz Album, and it reimagines the classic American musical West Side Story.  Percussionist and bandleader Bobby Sanabria and his MultiVerse Big Band perform…

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Learn About Different Types of Parents at “Cry it Out” at Studio Theatre

If you’re a parent, or know someone who is, you’ll probably identify with the pair of female protagonists who star in Cry It Out at Studio Theatre. At first glance, it might seem like the two have very little in common. One is a high-powered lawyer, the other doesn’t even have a college education, but they learn to relate when they…

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