Category Archives: Winter

The 2014 KFDC Guide to the Best Holiday Events in DC

DC doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the holidays. There are options galore for celebrating the season here, many of them annual events that are cherished family traditions for both locals and visitors. See the holiday spirit come alive on … Continue reading


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Make a Parent Play Date to See “As You Like It”

[Note: I had the opportunity to attend the opening night performance of Sheakespeare Theatre Company's production of "As You Like It." My friend, Torey, joined me, and provided the below write-up about it. Generally, we both recommend it for a … Continue reading

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Play it Cool at these Local Ice Skating Rinks

With colder weather comes some cool outdoor recreation! Ice skating is a fun and active way to take advantage of the dropping temps, especially under a clear blue or star-filled sky in the fresh air. We’ve got our pick of … Continue reading

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Enter to Win Tickets to Beauty and the Beast, Coming to DC this Winter

It always seems like we coast right into winter after Halloween, so why not start planning for some cold season indoor entertainment now? Plus, I’ve got tickets to give away to a smash hit show coming to DC in January. … Continue reading


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“Spinosaurus” is the New Big Thing at Nat Geo

The timing of the National Geographic Museum’s newest exhibit, Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous, is rather auspicious — for them and for us. Just months after the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum began their five-year hiatus for major … Continue reading

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