There is much to be mentioned about 1331 Maryland‘s rooftop views, light-filled residences, and overall opulence, but it may be the four-legged-friendly amenities that take living to a new level at this complex in DC’s Southwest neighborhood. From your pooch’s perspective, these apartment residences… Read More
Congratulations to DC’s five new MICHELIN-starred restaurants! There are 23 starred restaurants in the greater Washington area, but here are the latest to add to your must-dine list: Cranes – One star The Guide called this restaurant and sake lounge in Penn Quarter “unbound by… Read More
Both Rolex and Patek Philippe are building expanded showrooms within Tiny Jewel Box, each with its own street-level entrance onto Connecticut Avenue.
Children of Medea is a vivid one-woman show of adolescence, fantasy, and transformation, written and performed by Sue Jin Song (winner of the Best of Fringe Award when it premiered at the 2008 DC Fringe Festival).
If you’re like most restaurant-loving Americans, the last year has been filled with more take-out than you’d prefer… and nabbing those coveted outdoor dining reservations whenever possible. But most of us have been more timid about patronizing our favorite establishments that usually only (or mostly)… Read More
Every April 16th, DC celebrates Emancipation Day to commemorate Lincoln’s signing of the Compensated Emancipation Act of 1862 that freed 3,100 enslaved individuals in the District of Columbia. This year participants gathered at a libation ceremony and reading of the names of the over three thousand freed people at the Mt. Zion/Female Union Band cemeteries that share a 3-acre plot in Georgetown.
Now — through May 14th — you can simply walk the streets of Adams Morgan and admire an impressive selection of artworks displayed in storefronts on a self-guided AdMo Art Walk walking tour.
It’s clear that once the nation has safely put the coronavirus behind us, we’re ready for a Roaring Twenties 2.0! So there’s no more appropriate restaurant opening than the Navy Yard’s new GATSBY.
Think: public parks, a pop-up dog park, weekend flower markets, fitness classes, and the return of the outdoor office — O2 — as Rosslyn Refresh gets the neighborhood’s residents, employees, and visitors safely get outside with events and fresh air opportunities.
There’s a lot to showcase in The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ 50th Anniversary season. In addition to the grand reopening of its stages and campus, the performing arts center is back in a big way starting September 2021.