Tagged: Penn Quarter

South African Tourism via Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/south-african-tourism/20503843841

Restaurant Week Is Your Chance to Dig Into D.C.’s Best Food

What could be better than beating those deep winter blues with some delicious food? Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week, which runs from January 25 to 31, is perfect for just that, offering three-course lunches and dinners at some of D.C.’s most...

FilmFest DC (Elvert Barnes via Flickr)

Take Two: FilmFest DC Returns to Theaters This Week

Well, well. They went and made a liar out of me, and very probably other metro area scribes as well by signaling their Waterloo last year. But lucky for the festival (and us), a groundswell of support and a very...

National Cherry Blossom Festival (Elvert Barnes via Flickr)

National Cherry Blossom Festival Paints the Town Pink

We cover the event annually, this paean to all things cherry blossomy and Japanese. And this year is no different. The annual National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., is a several-week celebration whose roots were planted way back in...

Capital Fringe Festival (Joe Loong via Flickr)

Fly Your Freak Flag High at the Capital Fringe Festival

We took a break from these weirdos with a mission last year, but since we tend to like weirdos here on the blog (arty, entertaining ones at least), we’ve brought them back again, these Fringe Festival freaks. Already in high...

Filmfest DC

That’s a Wrap! Filmfest DC Calls It Quits After 28 Years

Come see Filmfest DC in its 28th and final year. Yeah, all things come to an end. We may not like it, but that’s how it goes. More than not, for festivals at least, it’s about funding, and whether or...

Fire & Sage

Fire & Sage’s Happy Hour Won’t Burn Your Wallet

I’ve decided to cheat a little on this one. Yes, yes. I do enough reporting on this site to win a Webby Award (you listening out there, award scouts)? So I decided to let someone else do the heavy lifting...