Things to Do in DC This Week

Amy Schumer, beer tasting, and the Capital Fair at RFK.

Talking two decades of cooking in Washington, and what it means to be a chef today.
Where to find today’s food trucks in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
Tipping explained once and for all.
And J. Edgar Hoover found him as trustworthy as a rattlesnake.
Mayor Bowser is a little louder now that her DC Council days are over.
"You really think a string quartet is going to stop us?"
Looking for a furry friend? One of these cuties—all available at Washington-area rescues—might be your match.
Nat Geo's Adventurer of the Year comes to Washington on June 3 and 4.
A Michael Jackson cover band, New Kids on the Block, 4 beer festivals, and more.
See paintings, photographs, and videos of your favorite celebrities.
Guides
More than 400 of the area's best general dentists, orthodontists, periodontists, and other specialists who can take good care of your teeth.
Our critics rank the area’s top restaurants from 1 to 100.
Dig into our annual guide to bargain dining and find the area’s tastiest indulgences that can be had for $25 or less per person.
Our favorite places in the area to get a drink—whether a Champagne cocktail or a can of PBR.
Fascinating museums, fun tours, gorgeous gardens, under-the-radar restaurants, and more.
375 of the area's best financial experts. Plus: Why Washingtonians are bad investors.
The retro cocktail scoffs at those who dare to tame its bitter nature.
View Comments May 22, 2015 By Todd Kliman
Our Cheap Eats issue hits newsstands today—these are the top picks.
There's a reason your appetizer costs $20.
A holiday born to honor Union war dead has expanded in scope.
Boston and New York are better, but DC is closing in.
See paintings, photographs, and videos of your favorite celebrities.
Her friend Darren Waterston's "Filthy Lucre" opens at the Sackler Saturday.
View Comments May 15, 2015 By Emily Codik
Sex scenes. Zombie feasts. Bloodshed. This play has them all.
This Logan Circle retreat doubles as secure parking.
From faux-wood melamine plates to pretty citronella candles.
Salt & Sundry’s Amanda McClements shares her secrets for stylish summer entertaining.
Blowdry Taxi founder Sona Sut shares her insider tips.
Page Castrodale opened her shop, Curated, on May 16. 
Vicky Theodorou keeps to an easy but classy look while working out of her Capitol Hill loft.
A crunchy, creamy, delicious mix of vegetables.
Who needs pulled pork when you've got mushrooms, eggplant, and the miraculous meat-subsitute Jackfruit?
View Comments May 20, 2015 By Ryan Weisser
"I don’t eat pasta during the week," she says.
View Comments May 20, 2015 By Emily Codik
Wedding experts Rachel Bridgwood and Lauren Anderson give their two cents on themes, flowers, and Pinterest.
View Comments May 22, 2015
Lindsay Bowles and Jacob Chervinsky wed on November 8, 2014.
The secret to pleasing the dietarily demanding at your wedding.
View Comments May 19, 2015 By Leslie Milk