Your Guide to Weekend Fun

Check out zombie nights, pumpkin-carving contests, and a few things that have nothing to do with Halloween.

Fully reclining chairs, in-theater caviar, and pints of punch.
Every morning, we'll let you know where to find lunch on wheels.
Think you'll drink $1,000 worth of booze in your lifetime?
A monthly roundup of people we'd like to have over for drinks, food, and conversation.
The noted fan of oversized hats tweets his support.
A look at Washington's evolving relationship with weed.
White House historian William Bushong discusses the holiday.
Eighteen ways of looking at a battle.
The exhibit, opening Friday, focuses on all things winged.
Zombie nights, pumpkin-carving contests, and a few things that have nothing to do with Halloween.
Guides
Our 2014 list of our critics’ favorite places to eat this year.
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.
Our guide to more than 50 of our area’s best spots will make you leap out of bed.
A guide to the area’s best casinos—and advice on how to win.
Take your Halloween dining to the next level.
View Comments October 30, 2014 By Anna Spiegel
Think you'll drink $1,000 worth of booze in your lifetime?
View Comments October 30, 2014 By Anna Spiegel
A look at Washington's evolving relationship with weed.
View Comments October 30, 2014 By Benjamin Freed, and Hallie Golden
The famed Washington Post editor got a sendoff worthy of his high-profile life and career.
View Comments October 29, 2014 By Benjamin Freed
Looking for a private school that’s a great fit for your child? Here’s a guide to some of the area’s best. Plus—what to say (and not say) during an admissions interview.
View Comments October 27, 2014 By Hallie Golden
Zombie nights, pumpkin-carving contests, and a few things that have nothing to do with Halloween.
View Comments October 30, 2014 By Jason Koebler
The exhibit, opening Friday, focuses on all things winged.
View Comments October 30, 2014 By Tanya Pai
The owner of the legendary club discusses booking in the digital age, fighting off Live Nation/Ticketmaster, and music in DC.
View Comments October 28, 2014 By Benjamin Freed
Peek inside the under-construction condo project off U Street.
View Comments October 30, 2014 By Marisa M. Kashino
It's safe to say no one will forget which house is yours.
View Comments October 28, 2014 By Michelle Thomas
Exposed steel beams, a sleek design, and a roof deck for under $820,000.
The goalie and defenseman dish on their favorite places to shop and dine out.
View Comments October 27, 2014 By Valeria Boucas
Left your costuming to the last possible minute? Local costume designer Ivania Stack shares her secrets for transforming yourself on the fly.
View Comments October 24, 2014 By Kay Wicker
Spice up your wardrobe with these autumnal ensembles.
View Comments October 17, 2014 By Kay Wicker
This couple's shared affinity for wine was reflected in the proposal and the wedding celebration.
View Comments October 27, 2014 By Valeria Boucas
Borrowing Magnolia wants you to have your dream dress at a fraction of the price.
View Comments October 22, 2014 By Valeria Boucas
A cancellation opened the way for this couple to marry at their dream venue—the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
View Comments October 15, 2014 By Valeria Boucas
Sara Lavan strives to create healthy meals that are still kid-friendly. Find out how she does it.
View Comments October 28, 2014 By Tanya Pai
An easy, filling solution for busy mornings.
View Comments October 24, 2014 By Tanya Pai
A first-time marathoner shares her experiences.
View Comments October 27, 2014 By Kelsey Lindsey