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Rayshun Lamarr is one reason to tune into this season of NBC’s The Voice. After losing his hearing, his ability to sing, and beating cancer, DC’s own contestant has found his voice once again.

The cherry blossoms are playing hard to get – and it’s working. Check out what goes into the planning for – and around – DC’s favorite time of year 🌸

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we thought it’d be appropriate to bribe a leprechaun with whiskey.

Welcome to The Gist – where FamousDC and NJI Media take a look into hyper-local topics in the Washington DC area. Today’s episode takes a dive into a pesky problem.

FamousDC hosted it’s second Best in Digital event honoring the top rising influencers in the DC digital sphere.

Each year National Press Foundation toasts the best in journalism and FamousDC was there to celebrate.

It’s here! The moment you’ve (we’ve) been waiting, like, all week for. Our latest joyride around DC proves our theory that you can’t survive a single day on just one cup of coffee.

We owe a huge thanks to you all, you’ve been great! And we can’t wait to see you in 2-0-1-8

In an exclusive interview, FamousDC sat down with a group of individuals claiming to be followers and staunch believers of Santa Claus. Here’s a preview of what these sources are saying about the magic of the holidays.

Welcome to FamousDC’s Morning Commute – our series where we give Washingtonians a little break from their morning frustrations that is DC traffic and give them a lift. In this episode, we meet Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States where he talks paw-licy, paw-ternity …

FamousDC Brings Back Newspapers Media outlet works hard to bring people the news they need and want Washington, DC – FamousDC again hit the streets to pass out hundreds of copies of the second edition of its exclusive print newspaper. The second edition features an analysis of networking coffee conversations, …

FamousDC held a press conference after hosting an NFL Kickoff with the American Gaming Association. It went, well, just how you’d imagine any press conference going.