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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Best Breakfast Tacos in DC

La Tejana is on a mission to bring breakfast tacos to the people!  Inspired by the countless taquerias that co-founder and McAllen, TX native Ana-Maria Jaramillo grew up with on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border, La Tejana offers a slice of the rich culinary traditions of the Rio Grande Valley in DC....

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Sunday Brunch & Day Party

Gather your girls! Get your boys! Invite anyone who likes to have a good time for Ozio Sundays Brunch & Day Party!  Ozio Sundays Brunch & Day Party is DC’s premier rooftop brunch and day party at the newly renovated Ozio! Located at 1813 M Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20036.  Brunch...

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Boo! Halloween Whodunit!

How? When? Where? Why? Who… Whodunit?  Get into the Halloween spirit with a  murder mystery comedy show!  One, two… another mystery for you. Three, four… funnier than before. Five, six… the treats are just tricks. Seven, eight… let’s investigate! It’s an all-new Halloween mystery for you to solve. A Halloween...

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Take a Trans-Atlantic Culinary Trip at Lutece Near Our 14W Apartments

What inspires Lutece’s chef? The answer is two-fold: classic French cuisine and fresh, locally sourced ingredients. These two elements converge in his kitchen in an explosion of delicious flavors, from the sourdough focaccia with cultured butter to the rhubarb cheese tart with lemon balm. It all awaits you not far from...

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DIY Halloween Decor

Let’s cut to the chase, Halloween is peaking its head around the corner. Well, it’s a headless horseman head! With that, there is nothing more exciting than decorating for Halloween. Here are some DIY decorations you can make to get in the spooky spirit!  Delightful Devilish Handsoap- Buy some hand soap from...

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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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Comedy Laughs and Jazz Music

Everyone loves having a good laugh. Everyone loves listening to some good jazz blues. So, why not do them both?! At DC’s Weekend Blues Comedy Showtime heat up your weekend with a delightful mixture of jazz classics and the best comedy around.  These good-time-feels kick off at Columbia Station Comedy Club on...

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The History of Labor Day

Observed the first Monday of every September as an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers- Labor Day.  The holiday has roots in the late nineteenth century when labor activists pushed for a federal holiday to recognize the many contributions workers have made to America’s strength, prosperity, and...

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Thai Cuisine with Modern Flair at Sura

Unique styles of Thai culinary at Sura. Dedicated to bringing a unique touch of today’s modern cuisine with authentic Thai recipes.  Make sure to take a look at the incredible menus!  Starting with the side dishes. Choose from a Son In Law Egg, Wok Fried Watercress, Crispy Pork Rinds, White Rice, Sticky...

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