District Digest: Snakes at the zoo, students skip school

This week in the District, eight tentacled snakes were born at the Smithsonian National Zoo, D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson announces an “education crisis” in the number of students with unexcused absences, and a robbery in Dupont Circle… Read More

Remix Your Weekend: War Horse will win Best Picture

Friday The Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum’s new exhibition, Suprasensorial: Experiments in Light, Color and Space, opened yesterday. The exhibit highlights the Latin American pioneers of the Light and Space movement. If you’re unfamiliar with this art movement, its artists… Read More

Free Food for All: High-Brow Chow Down

The excitement, or depression, from the Super Bowl might be wearing off, but there will always be free food to keep your spirits up. Literature and food cravings don’t often go hand in hand, but the Lannan Center… Read More

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… Read More

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… Read More