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Who said it, Hillary or Beyonce? “If I want to knock a story off the front page, I just change my hairstyle.” It’s a toss up for best hair flip when it comes to Hillary and Beyonce, but this is a quote from Mrs. Clinton. These women have both made …

If you feel the ground shake beneath you at all this weekend, don’t worry. It’s not another earthquake, it’s just Beyonce and her dancers practicing their formation ahead of Saturday’s concert at M&T Stadium in Baltimore. In honor of the Queen’s arrival, we’ve put together a royal list of Bey’s best …

By Politiquette’s Marissa Mitrovich: Politiquette is a place to be inspired by the art of fashion. Readers gain an understanding of the politics of why to wear–and the etiquette of when to wear–specific styles. Marissa Mitrovich founded Politiquette with the goal of bringing further substance to the dialogue surrounding style in DC.  …

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 …

Leave your tents and sleeping bags at home: there’s a new trend that’s making its way around the U.S. called “glamping” – that’s glamorous camping, of course.  So what exactly does glamping entail, you might ask? Imagine trading in hard-to-assemble tents and Boy Scout-sized rations of food with the first …

The division leading Washington Nationals are on a tear and DC is rallying around the winning sports team. Over here at FamousDC, we thought it would be fun to list just a few of our favorite things about the Nats. Read the top 10 list.

It used to be that if you supported a particular candidate, you wore their pin. Needless to say, those days are long gone, and getting the bragging rights for the best presidential contender swag has become a competition of its own. Last year, The New York Times criticized Ted Cruz’s …

If you’re a denizen of our great nation’s capital, you know living in Washington, D.C. can be a double-edged sword. You have free access to the District’s many museums. Archaeology fanatic? Take the Metro to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Aerospace buff? Check out the National Air and …

If you work on Capitol Hill you see, hear, and overhear many things that the rest of the mortal world isn’t privy to. These privileged professionals that serve our US government acquire a wealth of knowledge that sometimes is just too good not to share. We’ve provided a platform on …

If you work on Capitol Hill you see, hear, and overhear many things that the rest of the mortal world isn’t privy to. These privileged professionals that serve our US government acquire a wealth of knowledge that sometimes is just too good not to share. We’ve provided a platform on …

If you work on Capitol Hill you see, hear, and overhear many things that the rest of the mortal world isn’t privy to. These privileged professionals that serve our US government acquire a wealth of knowledge that sometimes is just too good not to share. We’ve provided a platform on …

The nation’s capital – sounds cool, right? I mean, it has been a few years since your sixth grade field trip, but you still think it would be awesome to call the Obamas your neighbors. Don’t let the hype and those perfect pearly columns of the White House fool you. …

So you’re having a casual catch-up session with one of your childhood friends, and when you bring up your status as a D.C. denizen, the conversation goes something like this. You: “Well, that’s what happens in the DMV.” Friend: “The DMV? Didn’t you just renew your driver’s license a month …

There’s no denying it, 2016 is rapidly approaching. It seems like it was just yesterday that we were gearing up to ring in 2015 with a brand spanking new list of resolutions. Fast forward 12 months and here we are, still wondering what happened to all that gumption to fulfill our resolute …