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#Weekend Awesome events: Get your fill of beer and brats tonight (and through the weekend) at Wunder Garten’s Oktoberfest; This kind of all-nighter might just inspire your artsy side; We’re obviously celebrating DC’s un-statehood by having a state fair; Eat and drink your way through Georgetown on Sunday at the Taste

#Food We thought that might get your attention. Now that we have it, be sure to mark your calendar for FamousDC’s next Food For Thought on September 29. Bring your appetite, an open mind and get ready for some food and some thought. Save your seat here. #Weekend Awesome events: I

Hillary. You’ve heard that name quite a bit lately, but fear not, we’re bringing you a newer, fresher version. If you haven’t heard the good news, Hillary Alvaré has just joined the FamousDC team as the Director of Partnerships so we partnered with her to bring you our newest Famous

FamousDC Welcomes New Head Of Partnerships, Hillary Alvaré Alvaré Joins From Politico Live Washington, DC – FamousDC today announced the addition of Hillary Alvaré as Director of Partnerships. In this new role, Hillary will lead partnership efforts for the media company. “Hillary brings a unique perspective on the current D.C. media

DC is rapidly becoming one of the country’s best food cities with all cuisines represented, ranging from cheap eats to $300 tasting menus. Cheap eat guides aren’t hard to find and everyone already knows the expensive, popular and oftentimes played out places around town (you know who you are). The

#Weekend Awesome events: LOL alert: Trevor Noah is at the Kennedy Center and Tank is at the Howard Theatre tonight; DC Shorts Festival kicked off this week – and no we’re not talking about your summer wardrobe (RIP); Tomorrow is a good day to check out the 202 Arts and Music

A new addition to the FamousDC and American Gaming Association event roster has been added. The two teams joined forces last night to kick off the most wonderful time of the year: NFL football. Bipartisan politics were placed offsides for a few hours so that guests could focus on a

Meet Karin Tanabe – she’s a former POLITICO reporter turned fiction writer whose books reel you into another place and time you thought only existed in history books and movies. Karin just released her fourth novel, The Diplomat’s Daughter, about three young people forced on a journey in the face

#Weekend Awesome events: We don’t know about you, but we love food and trucks. Truckeroo is adding extra dates and tonight is one of them!; If you’re into really cool digital stuff (what digital stuff isn’t cool?), Playlist Live kicks off today in DC; Yeah, it’s LDW, but sometimes you don’t

Popular opinion shows that girls run the world – popular opinions being Beyonce and every female ever. Ask anyone and whoever disagrees just didn’t hear the question. Since social media is real life, we can only assume this also applies to Twitter, a place where women can freely express their humble opinions without

#Weekend Awesome events: Get your fill of LOLs all weekend long; Even at Capital Laughs on H Street!; Catch some Purple Rain tonight at the 9:30 club; Take yourself out to the ball game (against the Mets); Brookland has crabs; You officially have no excuse not to learn how to salsa

If you don’t know Michael Clements (shame), then you’re about to find out – and not just because he gave us the scoop on his life and access to his (pretty sweet) Instagram, but because his name is about to infiltrate your life and what should be one of your

#BeforeYouScroll We at FamousDC believe in uplifting and shining a bright light when it sometimes feels dim, we believe in standing up for what is right, challenging what is wrong, and most of all, we believe in the power of good people. So we’d like to ask all you good

#Weekend Awesome events: Lace up your Keds – it’s 90s night at Nats Park as the Nationals take on the San Fran Giants; Rosé your way to the Summer Soirée today at the Ritz Carlton; A bubble race?! You have to see it to bub-lieve it – tomorrow at RFK; 3

The Dos and Don’ts of August Networking It’s officially August recess. That means networking, and lots of it. For those of us who hate networking, this can be challenging, but having a smart plan of attack can be the difference between making your recess count or completely wasting four weeks