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Rosa Cartagena

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Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Rosa:

Fort Reno Concerts, DIY Video Games, and James Baldwin's Birthday: Things to Do in DC, August 2-4

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

American University Now Has an Academic Position to Study First Ladies

Helmed by Anita McBride, former chief of staff to Laura Bush, and six other scholars, FLARE is part of a wave of interest in presidential spouses. → Read More

Time to Mask Up Again, DC—Even If You're Vaccinated

DC is officially an area with a substantial transmission of Covid, which means the CDC's new guidelines—recommending face masks indoors for all—apply. → Read More

Dave Chappelle, Outdoor Movies, and a Wine & Watercolors Class: Things to Do in DC, July 29-August 1

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Video: Metro Is Crowded Again, Ew

This morning saw one of the clearest signs of the DC's return to pre-pandemic norms: the notorious Red Line—bless its heart—was delayed due to a "train → Read More

Dating Advice, Sunflower Picking, and a Plant-Care Workshop: Things to Do in DC, July 26-28

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Outdoor Music, New Art, and a Sing-Along: Things to Do in DC, July 22-25

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Hard Seltzer, Wine Tasting, and Salsa Lessons: Things to Do in DC, July 15-18

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Legalize Weed: Democrats Propose a New Senate Bill That Could Make It Real

The bill would completely overhaul the federal prohibition of the drug nationwide. → Read More

7 Sculpture Gardens Within Driving Distance of DC

Not ready to go inside a museum? You can enjoy art in the great outdoors on a day or overnight trip to one of these sculpture gardens. → Read More

Fourth of July, Sweeney Todd, and the M3 Rock Festival: Things to Do in DC, July 1-5

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Sullivan's Toys & Art Supplies Will Close After Nearly 70 Years

Sullivan's Toys & Art Supplies, one of the oldest toy stores in the city, will soon close its doors for good after a 67-year run. → Read More

Outdoor Movie Night, a New Art Exhibit, and Exploring Venus: Things to Do in DC, June 28-30

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

New Exhibits, Drag Film Screenings, and a Pop-Up Rooftop Nightclub: Things to Do in DC, June 24-27

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Outdoor Movies, Sweet Recipes, and the AFI Docs Film Festival: Things to Do in DC, June 21-23

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Juneteenth, Father's Day, and Live Go-Go: Things to Do in DC, June 10-13

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Thievery Corporation, Junkyard Band, and More to Headline Shows at the Entertainment & Sports Arena

The Events DC venue is planning a return to live shows in July. → Read More

Cicada Invasion: It's the Beginning of the END

The swarm of gazillions of Brood X cicadas is waning in Washington. A Smithsonian entomologist predicts they'll be gone by the end of June. → Read More

Wine Tasting, Word Trivia, and a Morbid Play: Things to Do in DC, June 14-16

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Sex in Washington: How We Did It During the Pandemic, and Where We're Headed

It’s been a loooong year. But sometimes, somehow, we found ways to get it on. And it’s only going to get better. → Read More