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EMBRACE THE ARTS DC’s performing arts scene is ready to wow you. ‘THESECONDCITY’SALMOSTACCURATE GUIDETOAMERICA DIVIDEDWESTAND’ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Through Aug. 13 The Kennedy Center plays host to one of the country’s most popular comedy troupes as the group uses searing satire to skewer the current state of American politics.
DISCOVER A CULTURE OF COOL The nation’s capital is abuzz with can’t-miss cultural happenings and one-of-a-kind events. Check out what awaits you during a late summer visit to the District. Plan your trip on washington.org.
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CAPITALFRINGEFESTIVAL Citywide | July 6 – 30 Local creatives cra cuing-edge improv dramas, colorful dance shows and more during this threeweek extravaganza hosted by Capital Fringe. ‘ALITTLENIGHTMUSIC’ Signature Theatre Company | Aug. 15 – Oct. 8 Located just outside of DC, the Signature Theatre stages a Stephen Sondheim musical masterpiece that concerns a tangled web of love in 1900 Sweden.
‘XYZT ABSTRACTLANDSCAPES’ ARTECHOUSE | Through Sept. 3 This one-of-a-kind interactive experience allows guests to walk on floors that react to footsteps, manipulate light particles within a giant digital cube or breathe into glass boxes and watch virtual leers dance around. ‘HIVE’ National Building Museum | July 4 – Sept. 4 The latest summer installation at the National Building Museum uses more than 2,700 paper tubes to create dome-like perspectives throughout the building.
MONUMENTAL EVENTS The calendar stays jam-packed year-round in the District. CITIOPEN® Rock Creek Park Tennis Center | July 29 – Aug. 6 Catch elite tennis pros such as Gael Monfils and Monica Puig in action at DC’s Rock Creek Park Tennis Center during this annual tournament. METROPOLITANWASHINGTON RESTAURANTWEEK Citywide | Aug. 14 – 20 Bon Appétit’s 2016 Restaurant City of the Year is full of discounted, prix-fixe meals at top restaurants throughout this week-long, end-of-summer promotion. CAPITALDRAGONBOATREGATTA The Wharf | Aug. 26 The action-packed dragon boat race takes place near the Southwest Waterfront’s up-and-coming new development, The Wharf, which debuts in October.
MUSEUM MARVELS There are always fascinating museum exhibits to explore in the nation’s capital. ‘MARKUSLÜPERTZ’ The Phillips Collection | Through Sept. 3 One of Germany’s most revered post-World War II artists takes center stage with this exhibit featuring five decades of work. S PEC I AL ADVE RT ISIN G SECT ION Discover Washington, DC
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Cover Photo: Fourth of July (Courtesy of Gregory Tinari (@menstyleguide)). There are few holidays that seem to carry more clout the older you get and the Fourth of July is one of them. While we can't pass up the requisite red, white, and blue popsicles or resist a wardrobe color-coded to match, our indulgences have become a bit more adult. For example, perhaps we spike the popsi