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When all the Christmas party invitations come in, I’m like: When faced with the reality of getting ready, traveling, and networking at said Christmas parties, I’m like: When rumor has it that Congress will adjourn a week early, I’m like: When Congress can’t get its shit together, I’m like: When the …

Congress is almost (fingers crossed) out of town for the year which means the staff exodus is not too far behind. We know it can be really tough to find the time for solid Christmas shopping between all of the receptions and working weekends trying to fund the government, but …

Remember what a hit the “Beach” was at the National Building Museum this summer? Well get ready to be blown away once again, because James Corner Field Operations, the masterminds behind New York City’s High Line, have been given the task of creating the 2016 installation of the museum’s Summer Block Party …

Halloween is officially upon us. With the 31st just days away, it’s crunch time when it comes to organizing Halloween plans. What’s even better is that this year Halloween falls on a Saturday. This means both Friday and Saturday can be reserved for some ghoulish festivities. Aside from trick-or-treating down …

During her testimony today before the congressional select committee investigating the Benghazi attacks, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton disclosed that she did not, in fact, have a computer in her office. We sought to find out what other items Secretary did not have in her State Department office. 1. A …

Sometimes our beautiful city can get a little, shall we say, crowded- remember that time the Pope visited? So we sent our most anxiety-prone staffer to scout out the very worst times and places for socially anxious people. Enjoy (or hyperventilate) accordingly.  Oh jeez, oh man. Okay, you can do …

Co-host our FamousDC Boulder event next week. (!) Start a grim children’s puppet show business. Ride the wave of media coverage he’s going to get today like a Starburst commercial. Design ties, bolos and leather necklaces for gentlemen with necks larger than heads. Remove industrial asbestos by chewing it up …

DC loves blogs. Political journals like Heard on the Hill, Loose Lips, and District of DeBonis keep our inboxes well informed each morning with the latest updates on Capitol Hill or foreign affairs. However, it’s the lifestyle bloggers that bring color to the city and remind us of all the wonderful things …

As summer turns to fall, October seems to be the official marker of a new season here in DC. Leaves turn to gold and red and the weather is so beautiful that even Washingtonians have a hard time complaining about it. Lengthy political Facebook statuses get subbed out for football war …

1. Buy milk and bread 2. Subscribe to FamousDC Friday email 3. Book plane tickets to Las Vegas for FamousDC event 4. Build an ARK 5. Watch a lot of Joaquin Pheonix movies 6. Buy a dozen 24-packs of bottled water before noon today 7. Buy wine. And then buy more. You’ll …

This article was authored by FamousDC contributor, Allie Erenbaum. It’s Labor Day weekend which means everyone in the city heads to the beach, or other nearby towns to enjoy some peace and quite and soak up the last bits of summer. However, it’s also one of the nicest times to be …

Contributed and authored by: Allie Erenbaum, a media and marketing student at American University. Instagram is a unique and diverse platform to find inspiration. Professional and amateur photographers get the chance to tell a visual story through the photos they’ve taken. The following account are just a few of the many …

Gone are the days in which passwords meant reliable protection and your personal internet activity was actually private. We must come to terms with the fact that our most important, personal, and even secret information is incredibly vulnerable to attack from outside sources. Over the last several years, cyber attacks have …

Photo By: Michael Tompsett   #1: See one of the largest selections of portraits at the National Portrait Gallery. #2: Hit the books at the Library of Congress. #3: Rise sky high for the best view of DC at the Washington Monument. #4: Take in the unique works of art …

#1: Ted’s Bulletin Frosty mugs for their home brewed beers, thick spiked milkshakes, and breakfast served all day…how much better can it really get? Ted’s Bulletin is a signature go to restaurant up on 8th Street, SE. It gives an old fashioned speakeasy vibe that caters to everyone’s style ensuring …