Cookie Crawl!

Around this time of year, sweets are everywhere! Especially cookies, everyone loves a holiday cookie! So, there’s no question about it, everyone will want to take part in the Georgetown Cookie Tour!  Perhaps you have seen bar crawls around this time of year, but for a multitude of reasons, maybe that’s...

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Contemporary Art Creates the Backdrop for the Modern Nutcracker Ballet

Local artists star in the Modern Nutcracker Ballet just as much as the dancers. D.C.’s community of creatives is responsible for much of the set, which is what brings the classic show into the 21st century. These renowned visual and installation artists have created contemporary backdrops so ethereal that you can stay...

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Honoring Mexican Cuisine at Santa Rosa Taqueria

Legend has it that in the 18th century, the Convent of Santa Rosa was home to 29 Dominican nuns who, upon hearing that the Archbishop was coming for a visit, decided to mark the occasion by decorating their kitchen in beautiful Talavera tile and preparing a feast with what little...

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Thankful for Thanksgiving

It’s more than eating turkey, watching football, and taking naps!  Thanksgiving is a national United States holiday that takes place every third Thursday of November, this year on November 24th. The first Thanksgiving dates back to 1621, when the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag shared an autumn feast. Then, for more than...

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Meet for Brunch at Melange

A burger for brunch? It makes perfect sense at Melange, a restaurant that’s known for its over-the-top artisan burgers. The brunch menu’s burger is no exception. The chef shapes high-quality beef into a thick patty and sears it to perfectly tender, then adds strips of crispy bacon, caramelized onions, cheddar cheese,...

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#FirstWeBrunch Then We Party

Do you want to let in on the worst-kept brunch secret in Washington DC? Of course, you do! So, if you are looking for a Sunday brunch with fantastic cocktails, indulgent dishes, great service, and quick wait times, then get ready to hit up this industry hotspot that serves a...

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Experience the Beauty of Fall at the FONA 5k

Enjoy the autumn breeze during the Friends of the National Arboretum Fall 5k!  There has never been a more beautiful route to race on. With rolling green hills, beautifully-colored fall foliage, and streams winding their way to the Anacostia River. Enjoy the U.S. National Arboretum in all of the season’s...

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Holidays in November

Especially with Thanksgiving not being until the end of the month, sometimes November can seem like an in-between month. Right after the fun of Halloween, and right before all the fun of December and the end of the year. Well, worry not! There are tons of holidays, big and small,...

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History of Halloween

We all love Halloween! What’s not to love? The costumes, the candy, the creativity, the creepy, and the crawly! But do you know the history behind the holiday? Originating with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. In the eighth century,...

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Small Town Restaurant with Modern Flair- Harvey’s

The home of good food and friends! Harvey’s was founded on the idea of change and adaptability. Dining has been forever changed within the past years, and with the current ease of technology. The restaurant combines multiple ways of dining, farm-fresh ingredients, and homewares with neighborhood-style hospitality. A small-town feel with a...

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