The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is the seat of power for entertainment in Washington, D.C. As a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy, the Kennedy Center furthers America’s “contribution to the human spirit” with an all-encompassing performance schedule as well as enrichment programs for emerging and established artists. But it can often […]
Between DuPont and Logan Circles lies a land fertile with fun and food. This small stretch of city block comprises a full helping of the D.C. good life, attracting everyone from the morning brunch crowd to evening revelers. Courtesy of two performing arts centers, the area stays culturally infused as well with the Jewish focused […]
The Folger Theatre on Capitol Hill performs modern reworkings of Shakespeare classics. As the bard’s bastion in D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library is one of the foremost research centers in the world. Folger Theatre has staged over half of the plays in William’s First Folio, earning numerous Helen Hayes Awards and a reputation for fresh interpretation. […]
Penn Quarter is D.C.’s neighborhood for entertainment. From the Verizon Center to the National Portrait Gallery, the fluid parameters of Penn Quarter house a spectrum of art, culture and performance that draws and enthralls D.C.’s crowds of fanny-pack tourists and bespoke lobbyists. Not to mention, a stroll down 7th street will captivate any casual people […]
As the centerpiece of H Street NE, Atlas Performing Arts Center has seen the neighborhood transition from blight to bee’s knees in the span of a decade. A movie theater fallen into disrepair, the space was purchased in 2001 by the Atlas Performing Arts Center and repurposed as a multiple venue arts center. Once flicked […]
Currently more than 2000 restaurants cover the DC metropolitan area and hungry theatre goers are constantly looking for the best eateries to enjoy before or after a show. Welcome to Delish Dining where we will visit your favorite restaurants and bring you news of culinary happenings. Enjoy!