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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 …

The leaves are changing colors, the air is getting a bit more brisk and your local supermarket has swapped out their watermelon and popsicles for candy corn and cider, which can mean only one thing: fall is here. Gone are the days of having to edit out your sweat stains …

Earlier this week, Trump enterprises (hopefully) got the closest they’ll get to living on Pennsylvania Ave with the opening of the Trump International Hotel in DC. The 117-year-old mail facility has been transformed into a 263-room hotel that features 35 suites and a 4,000 square foot presidential suite. The price tag …

Put on some sweatpants and kiss your summer bodies goodbye because it is DC Restaurant Week. From August 15-21 participating restaurants will be offering great deals and even better meals. In order to participate, restaurants must offer at least a $22 three course lunch menu and/or a $35 three course …

Ohhh children. Being a parent is just like being a babysitter, only your payment is having a minute to yourself during nap time and instead of watching TV all day you’re cooking, cleaning, changing diapers, and performing another million different tasks all at once. But you’ve already gotten a day to …

It’s National Lazy Day! And we know what you’re thinking, is that why the metro was so late today and traffic was terrible? Sorry honey, but no, that’s just DC. But now that you know of this special day, let the festivities begin! We’re not exactly sure why the world picked …

Just because you’re not athletic enough to compete in the official 2016 Summer Olympics doesn’t mean you can’t be a good sport about it. Speaking of sport, we’ve turned Washington, DC into your own personal Olympic grounds. With our DC Olympics Challenge you’ll think you’re in Rio competing alongside some …

This has been a looooong week, and we’re only halfway through. Luckily, we’ve got a secret weapon on our side: caffeine. Whether you take your coffee with cream, sugar, or black, we’ve got the best places in DC for you to get your coffee fix. So put down that Starbucks cup and …

Ah, rush hour. There are only two things in the world I hate more than rush hour. One of them being spiders and the other being that notification you get on your iPhone saying you haven’t backed up your iCloud in like 345 weeks. Like sending me an irritating notification …

If you don’t receive a tiny letter from Marin Cogan every now and then, you should probably rethink your life choices. She’s an award winning journalist based in DC and has a portfolio filled with some impressive ink. Currently a Contributing Editor at New York Magazine, Marin has also left her mark at GQ, ESPN The …

Amelia Bedelia takes D.C. Ends Up Getting Arrested Multiple Times In an Effort to be the Hill’s Best Intern D.C. speaks its own language (and it usually sounds like we are practicing the alphabet). Add that to typical (read: painful) office jargon and it can be nearly impossible to understand …