Revelers celebrating Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 28, can get a free ride home through a long-running program to discourage drunk driving. The Washington Regional Alcohol Program is providing up to 1,500 free rides worth as much as $15 apiece through...
St. Albans School will feature five festively decorated houses in the Spring Valley neighborhood as part of its 35th annual Christmas House Tour on Dec. 1 and 2. Tour hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday and 10...
“Potholepalooza,” the ninth annual four-week campaign aiming to expedite the repairs of local roadways, handled 1,200 service requests and filled more than 7,600 potholes, the D.C. Department of Transportation announced last Thursday. While that figure represents a sharp decline from...
A permanent animal-welfare bill nicknamed “Momma’s Law” is advancing through the D.C. Council, with emergency legislation already in effect to protect pets from summer heat. The bill’s nickname comes from a pitbull in Petworth who came to the public’s attention...
The Kreeger Museum in Foxhall is expanding its outdoor sculpture garden this month with a new installation by artist Sandra Muss, according to a release. The new exhibit, called “Portals,” invites visitors to explore the wooded section of the museum’s...
Children and other members of the Georgetown community will be invited to Volta Park to be photographed with Santa Claus and receive a toy on Sunday, Dec. 3. Organized by the Friends of Volta Park group, the annual “Breakfast...
Architecture Month will take place throughout April in D.C., with events and tours highlighting the city’s architectural culture. The program’s first week includes an April 1 walking tour of Capitol Hill for kids and a kickoff party on April 6...
The District has been named the first LEED Platinum city in the world by the U.S. Green Building Council, according to a release from Mayor Muriel Bowser’s office. LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the...

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