Free for All: Films & Food

As if free cupcakes and tickets to the Newseum are not enough, a plethora of other free events in D.C. have been announced recently, and are definitely worth a sojourn out of the bubble. Outdoor Movie Night Entitled “Best of the Oscars,” every Thursday night through July 28th the Capital Riverfront outdoor movie series will […]

Calling all interns!

Although most internships are sadly unpaid, it’s not all hard work and making copies. June 10-19, D.C.’s discount labor get free and reduced fare at restaurants, museums, and shops in the city during the InternsRock: Intern Appreciation Week, hosted by the Washington Center. Some of the promotions include 20% off at Tombs, a free Sprinkles cupcake, and free admission to […]

Free for All: Auditory pleasures

For those of us not looking to break the bank in D.C. this summer, Vox will be scouring the Internet for fun things to do - fo’ free. Dancing in the streets This week’s big free extravaganza is Capital Pride. The nation’s fourth-largest LGBT pride celebration gets into full swing on Saturday with a parade starting […]

Free for all: Wrapping up the summer

For those of you who haven’t returned to your various corners of the world to spend time with family and old friends before the fall semester begins, Vox has put together some free events that will hopefully help these last few lonely days pass by quicker as you wait for your friends to filter into […]

Free for all: Open bars, Hairspray, soccer, and prodigies

For the 21-and-up crowd Half in Ten, an anti-poverty non-profit, is hosting a free happy hour this Thursday, July 29th at Grand Central in Adams Morgan.  A representative from the Center for American Progress will speak on the anti-poverty campaign, and there will be an open bar (!!!) for all DC staff and interns. You’ve […]

Free for All: Free events, or how I learned how to do things cheaply

“On no account will a Commie ever drink water, and not without good reason.” Hamburgers, malts, and a classic movie.  What could be better?  Although the first two ain’t free, you can catch Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 classic Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb on Saturday at the American […]

Free for All: Kenny G and Danielle Steele not included

What’s cheaper than a dollar store? DC’s Fringe Festival brings more than art to the District … it’s also brings free clothes, books, and music. The Free Store promotes donating, recycling, and reusing among festival attendees, so if you want to add to your wardrobe—or empty out your closet—visit 1013 7th Street NW on Wednesdays […]

Free for all: What to do when it’s too hot to think

The Fourth is officially over and D.C. is in the middle of a nasty heat wave. But despite the heat and your (days-old) hangover, you shouldn’t miss out on some of the events going on in the city this week. Not every one of these events will cool you down, but they’ll all get the […]

Free for all: Let’s celebrate the Fourth of July!

There is simply no better place to celebrate Independence Day than our nation’s capital. Here is Vox‘s guide to the big events going on in the D.C. area that will help you get your patriotic groove on. Keep in mind, however, that the Smithsonian Metro stop will be closed on the big day. Don’t Rain […]

Free for all: The only time “Apple Store” and “free” will meet

Finals may be approaching for those of you taking summer classes. To take your mind off them, Vox is here to provide you with some local distractions. An Apple A Day… The long, long, long-awaited opening of the Georgetown Apple Store is right around the corner. The grand opening is this Friday, June 18th at […]

Free for all: When it’s too hot to travel far

Summer humidity in D.C. can be unbearable, but that shouldn’t stop you from furthering your cultural education! Here are some events that aren’t only free, but close enough that you can avoid any long, sweaty bus rides. The Spy Who Loved Me Enough to Sign My Copy of Their Book Georgetown’s own Center for Peace […]