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FamousDC’s Famous Five with Bret Baier Bret Baier isn’t just a news anchor in real life, he’s also a news anchor in the latest season of House of Cards – which is pretty much real life. We sat down with Bret and discussed his golf game, the best mean tweet …

Famous Five – Association of American Railroads Former New York Jet Keith Fitzhugh knows firsthand that the Association of American Railroads is working every day to keep America on track. Watch our #FamousFive with Keith to find out how #FreightRailWorks for you!

Cody Simmons is leaving the beltway for bears. He’s living out a dream to hike the Pacific Coast Trail – an endeavor that will take six months and a really big backpack. Happy trails, Cody! Can’t wait to see your beard.

The Beer Institute is excited for #OpeningDay and they want you to be too. Learn about ways they are working in our communities so that we all can enjoy a cold beer without striking out.

Famous Five – NBWA What’s the NBWA you ask? Well we can tell you it’s not the WNBA and we just accidentally screwed up with letters (we found that out the day of). This is a sophisticated and insightful interview about another “b” and, arguably, the best one out there: beer. Rebecca …

It’s easy for us to lose sight of our surroundings as we hurry from one place to another. We’re constantly looking down at our phones or talking on them, or listening to music through devices that do an exceptional job of drowning out everything else. It’s not anyone’s fault necessarily – …

  Kate Andersen Brower is a really good journalist – so good that she was able to turn her questions into two New York Times best sellers, The Residence and First Women. These two books take a close look into the private lives of America’s most public family – the First …

What’s the best way to teach young girls about leadership, teamwork, and self-confidence? According to James Watkins, Office Manager at the Living Classrooms Foundation, music is the answer. Watkins helps lead Queen Beez, a hip-hop program for young girls in the DMV. Throughout the program, participants write and produce a …

DC is fully equipped with every type of lawyer imaginable. We’ve got government lawyers, immigration lawyers, divorce lawyers, employment lawyers, Congressman that double as lawyers, and thanks to Michael Kennedy we’ve got one more to add to the list- a lawyer that doubles as a photographer. We were quite intrigued by …

 “My goal is to celebrate our similarities instead of our differences.” – Aniekan Udofia You might not know him by name, but you definitely recognize his work. Aniekan Udofia is a prominent DC street artist with many of his work visible in northwest D.C. The most iconic of these murals is …

The seasons have officially changed (hi fall!), but that doesn’t mean that your food’s temperature has to. If anything, you’re gonna need something cold to stabilize your afternoon snack that is a piping hot PSL – after all, is that not part of the system of checks and balances? Well, look no further than: Bread Pudding a la …

Let’s get baked! Baked & Wired that is. You know, that place with those baked goods and latte art you see all over instagram? This mini goldmine came to life back when owners Tony and Teresa Velazquez owned a graphics company at the same location the Baked & Wired is at …