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We consulted Sara Franklin, owner and president of Social Scene Events, about throwing the perfect Fourth of July Party in the nation’s capital. Below are some tips and tricks of the trade. Food Don’t stray from tradition! You can do anything from upscale barbecue with short ribs and tenderloin, to …

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 …

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.

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 …

Proud WVU professor Josh Habursky is one hard working dude – and you gotta be if you’re going to claim DC as your home base (especially for tax purposes). In addition to his day job as the Director of Advocacy for ICBA, he’s the founder of the next biggest grassroots professional …

#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 …

What happens when you give a bunch of kids more cookies than they’ve ever dreamed of? Kidding Around: Barracks Row | How to Halloween 

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 …

It certainly is the most wonderful time of the year and who better to spread holiday cheer than the First Family? From an array of twinkling lights adorning their Christmas tree and menorah to larger-than-life replicas of Sunny and Bo, the Obamas seem to outdo themselves each year at their White …
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Today’s the day when the majority of Americans are conned into buying things they don’t need and will never use for the sole purpose of saying that they bought these items for a great deal. But us DCers know how to get the best bang for our buck- I mean …
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‘Twas the night before Thanksgiving and all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The liquor was stocked behind the bar with care, hoping that old friends would soon be catching up there. All the group messages were buzzing about where they should make last …

Last year’s FamousDC happy hour schedule was so successful, we’ve decided to add more dates in 2013. If you like free drinks, great conversation and amazing networking opportunities in the DC area, be sure to sign up below. [gravityform id=”1″ name=”Subscribe”]

D.C. is joining the prestigious ranks of New York, San Francisco, and Chicago today with the release of its first Michelin Guide that spotlights the burgeoning restaurant scene. Not historically pegged for fine dining, D.C.’s reputation as a foodie city has been elevated in recent years due to additions of …

It’s already been a long week amiright? Well we’ve found the cure for all of your ale-ments: the 8th annual DC Beer Week. This 8-day long series of events kicked off this past Saturday and runs until October 1st. Chef & beer aficionado, Teddy Folkman and local distributor, Jeff Wells started the DC Beer …