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Gay Day at the Zoo brings the District's gay community together for an animal-inspired fundraiser
Light City Baltimore, an illumination and innovation festival, launches next week
This weekend's American Fine Craft Show will feature plenty of stunning handcrafted art
The queer-run Raven's Night offers special spectacles
The Washington City Paper's Crafty Bastards festival returns this weekend
Did you know D.C. has a state fair even though it’s not a state? “We call ourselves a state fair,” says Anna Tauzin, a...
The OutWrite Book Festival provides a forum for diverse perspectives in writing and publishing
“People are often surprised at what poetry is, or what they thought it was, or what it can be,” Regie Cabico says. Poetry is more...
Playwright Charles Busch steps into the cabaret spotlight
Youth Pride Saturday, May 2, 2015 (rain date May 9) Noon to 5 p.m. Dupont Circle, Washington, DC youthpridedc.org Letter From the Youth Pride Day...
Ford's Theatre offers an unprecedented exhibit detailing Lincoln's Assassination
The National Cherry Blossom Festival has grown in recent years
5 highlights on tap at the Atlas Intersections Festival
Nocturnal animals come out to play during the popular ZooLights
One could easily overindulge on culture this holiday season, with multiple takes on The Nutcracker, Handel’s Messiah and Charles Dickens on offer around town. Slightly...
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