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Congratulations on making it through another work week! Now it’s time to go out and get yourself a celebratory drink (or five). Fast forward a few hours from all of the shots, dancing (or whatever you call that movement you’re doing), trips to the bathroom, and singing (extremely off key)

Best Places to Take Your Dog in D.C. This Summer   Tails on the Trail The Potomac Overlook Trail is a great spot to take your dog to cool off. Pups can paddle in the water, jump around in the shallower areas, and climb the hills of this winding trail.

The past couple of weeks have been pretty stellar for soccer fans. Two massive soccer tournaments, the Copa America and the UEFA European Championship, overlapped in June, to the delight of many jersey-wearing Washingtonians. Sadly, the fútbal frenzy is nearly over. The Euro Cup championship match between Portugal and France

It’s 90 degrees out today. Hot enough to melt… an iceberg, perhaps? We tried to find out at the National Building Museum’s “ICEBERGS” installation, a more than 12,000 square feet “underwater” world in the great room of the building. The installation features soaring replica icebergs that jut in and out

Four score and seven beers ago, our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men should celebrate the 4th properly. We firmly stand by our founding fathers proposition and are hoping to fulfill our duty as U.S. citizens by

While casually inhaling mimosas and scarfing down $10 French fries at brunch this weekend, I looked up between bites and saw Newt Gingrich and his wife at the table across from mine. Thrilling, right? One would think that since I see congressmen all day, every day, the thrill of spotting

Blame it on Veep, House of Cards, or just Congress in general, people are completely enamored with the Hill, along with its cast of dysfunctional characters including congressman, senators, reporters, and staffers alike. Capitol Hill is also home to two of the District’s most popular neighborhoods which are located mere

The White House Correspondents’ Dinner (WHCD) is taking place THIS Saturday  and I anticipate, or at least hope, that it will bring out the best when it comes to fashion in DC. The WHCD is an annual fete known for convening Hollywood celebrities, Washington’s most prominent politicos and journalists, and

Whether you’re the typical D.C. dweller or transient collegiate resident, you probably got a little excited when you heard chatter about the cherry blossoms. After all, it meant warmth actually exists outside the only warmth you’ve been used to for so long – the one that barely survived inside your apartment

Taste tested and approved by Erick Sanchez Happy Thursday, folks. You know, it’s a different kind of Thursday. The kind of Thursday that requires a different kind of appetite. Your agenda this Thursday might be different than that of another Thursday. Today, you might have really big plans. Maybe you plan on getting

If you’ve ever ridden in an Uber, you know you can rate the driver. Five stars = the ride was efficient and enjoyable. One star = get this driver off the road immediately.  And like any good power-hungry Washingtonian, we salivate at the idea of getting to mark our opinion

So you’re single this Valentine’s Day? Most District dwellers are. It turns out that more than 50% of adults living in D.C. are single, according to data from a recent Martin Prosperity Institute study. With an abundance of events curated for the unattached-only crowd, D.C. tops the list of great

We know how it goes, you hear about a storm coming and you make a long list of lofty goals to accomplish during your hibernation period. And then before you know it, the frenzy passes and it’s Monday again *cue groans*. …but depending on how you look at the glass,

Of course you’re hoping this impending thundersnow skips the District altogether and no one misses a single day of work…of course you are. Cut the BS. We know what you want, and what you want is a strong drink, a hot meal, and an epic snowstorm to enjoy with your

President Obama is preparing for his final State of the Union address. Pete Souza has been busy Instagramming about it for a week, but the preparation on Capitol Hill is something to behold. From the set up in Statuary Hall to the fact check documents and shareable graphics that press