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DC Adds More Swimming Classes for All Ages at Public Pools

The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) said it has added 64 more swimming classes at the city's outdoor pools this summer.

DC Announces Weekly Late-Night Pool Parties Throughout Summer

DC officials announced that outdoor pools and recreation centers across the city will remain open for late night parties this summer.

New Immersive Exhibit in DC Focuses on Korean Pop Culture 

DC is hosting a Korean pop culture exhibition featuring BTS and Oscar-winning Parasite through virtual reality from May 27 to June 9.

National Memorial Day Parade Returns to District This Year

Washingtonians and visitors to the city will be able to enjoy the National Memorial Day Parade in-person this year, after a two-year hiatus.

Pharrell Williams’s Something in the Water Festival Comes to DC in June

Pharrell Williams and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser said that the musician's Something in the Water festival will take place in the District.

District Set to Host National Cannabis Festival This Weekend

Marijuana enthusiasts are preparing for the National Cannabis Festival scheduled for Saturday, April 23 at the RFK Festival Grounds.

Best Arcades in Washington DC: Top Five Venues

If you are into classic arcade games or your kid is up for taking a break from their phone screen, here are the best arcades in Washington DC.

Smithsonian Museums Return to Seven Days a Week Schedule

The Smithsonian announced that a majority of its museums will go back to their regular schedule by Memorial Day, May 30.