Entries by On Tap staff

What’s On Tap: August 2018

Greetings, beer nerds! As you likely know, there are a number of fantastic spots in the DMV where you can grab a pint, and their menus are always evolving and adapting to your tastes. If you’d rather avoid the guessing game, check out what’s coming up at a few of these fine establishments. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST […]

Music Picks: August 2018

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1 Kina Grannis and Imaginary Future High school sweethearts turned singing and songwriting power couple Kina Grannis and Imaginary Future (Jesse Epstein) are bringing their soft acoustic sounds to the Birchmere stage this summer. I expect them to perform a decent amount of duets together (they have quite a few),  and a few […]

MLB All-Star Week at Capitol Riverfront

The 89th annual Midsummer Classic comes to DC this summer, with the MLB All-Star game at Nationals Park on July 17. Though most hype will be focused on the players on the field representing the National and American Leagues, the District is set to host a score of events to enhance the occasion. So if […]

Music Picks: July 2018

FRIDAY, JULY 6 Pusha T The first time I heard about Daytona, the new Pusha T record, was at work. Everyone was talking about the seven-song album – and even the guy who never tweets had to tweet about it. The record is entirely produced by Kanye West, which may rub you the wrong way; […]

Outdoor Dining Guide 2018

Welcome to On Tap’s 2018 Outdoor Dining Guide – a collection of the best places in DC, Maryland and Virginia to eat and drink in the great outdoors all summer long, day or night! Cheers and see you outside! Washington, DC Agua 301 301 Water St. SE | 202-484-0301 www.agua301.com Agua 301 celebrates the culture […]

Check out On Tap’s SXSW 2018 Coverage

Yep, your eyes are not deceiving you! On Tap Magazine is down south in Austin, Texas to cover one of the most celebrated music festivals in North America. From March 12 to 17, our website will feature reviews, photos and more under the new SXSW tab on our website. Plus, we will be keeping our readership […]

Stage And Screen: Winter 2018

THROUGH SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 Tartuffe Moliere’s classic comedy of the conman Tartuffe comes to Logan Fringe Arts Space. Tartuffe the Hypocrite, as it is sometimes known, follows the story of a 17th-century grifter in which Tartuffe tries to insert himself into an aristocratic family by way of his feigned piety. Though the play was first […]

Holiday Guide 2017 Listings

It’s that time of year again – the leaves have fallen, the temperature has dropped and holiday season in the nation’s capital is in full swing. We’ve put together a comprehensive guide of all things holiday-themed happening in the DC area from mid-November to New Year’s Day. Check out our top picks for local holiday […]

A Chat with Dave Ries from Kentucky Avenue

With influences like Lucinda Williams, Hank Williams and Bruce Springsteen, Kentucky Avenue, a folk-Americana outfit from the DMV, is the real deal. What started as an impromptu jam session between Dave Ries and Stella Schindler has burgeoned into a bonafide duo with the record Nothing Here Is Mine. On Tap: How long did you work […]

FotoWeek DC 2017

From November 11-19, DC will play host to the 10th annual FotoWeek by Foto DC, an expansive festival focused on the medium of photography. Whether you’re a journalism nerd interested in award-winning news shots or an art geek who enjoys deciphering what images represent about society, this weeklong series of events provides numerous opportunities to […]