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Whether you’re being relocated for your job, or are moving to The District after graduation in hopes of finding a job, there’s some things you should know about DC before you dive in headfirst. Luckily for you, we’ve created your go-to guide for all the do’s and don’ts of your …

Stuffing your face with stuffing (and turkey) is only a travel headache away, but in the end, it’s definitely worth the trip. How do you combat the busiest travel season of the year like a pro? We’ll tell you. Best of luck out there. Pack lightly or else…   Air …

New month, new music! Here are some of our fave picks for November and a few suggestions to kick off date night while you’re out with your significant other or you know, with yourself (we’re not judging). Echostage November 3 – RL GRIME November 11 – Zeds Dead November 18 – Afrojack November …

For many Washingtonians, the day begins with a cup of joe from the coffee shop around the corner. Monday through Friday, these joints are packed like cans of sardines with congressmen, lawyers, students, entrepreneurs — the full gamut of city folk. But only in recent years has D.C. experienced  a …

After a year like 2016, we deserve to have a good time ringing in 2017. As you wait for the ball to drop, check out these awesome New Years Eve parties happening in and around DC. In case you may be partying a little too hard, Metro will be providing safe …

Tuesday is upon us. Although we cannot predict what will happen on election night, we can predict that we’ll need a drink. Or three. Regardless of the results, D.C. bars and restaurants are offering up their massive TVs, killer drink specials, and election-themed libations on November 8. Here’s our list of …

Remember when we were kids and got all dressed up for halloween in elaborate store-bought costumes and went door-to-door trick or treating? Well, we still do that as adults – only now we dress up in all black, throw some ears on and and go bar-to-bar trick or treating for as many drinks as …

We’re on the last leg of summer, and at risk of sounding like an old person…. wow, time flies. Soon, hordes of college students will be flocking to the District like locusts, disrupting your peace. Since you have around one to two more weekends to enjoy a slightly quieter DC, we’ve …

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) …

With July being National Ice Cream Month, how can these next few weeks be anything but legen-dairy? Just be sure to get a moo-ve on your celebration because July is going by faster than you can run after the ice cream truck. So grab your spoons, napkins and pants with …

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 …