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Opening Of The New NMAAHC Building

What You Missed At the Opening of the NMAAHC

“This place is more than a building. It is a dream come true,” President Barack Obama said Sept.24, the day of the opening of the National Museum of African American History & Culture. The day of the opening was definitely one filled with magic and historical wonder as thousands of people came from all over the United States and even from out of the country to experience this special day in history. If you did not get the chance to attend the opening day weekend, here is what you missed: The bell rang out, marking the official opening of the ...
Glass Of Cold Beer

Celebrate the Nation Capital’s Best Brews

The nation’s capital is such a vivacious place to live for people who love being sociable, exploring the city, and celebrating the diversity of a city filled with history and culture everyday. This week, D.C. celebrates the good brews offered all over the city with beer specials and special events. Sept. 24 begins DC Beer Week and ends on Oct. 1 with special events such as beer tastings, food pairing classes, Q&A’s and more throughout the week. Here are some of the events happening in D.C. in some of the best neighborhoods near our properties here at Keener Management: Monday ...
Enterance To The Lansburgh Theatre

Five Plays to See in September

D.C. has one of the best theatre scenes in the nation. You can always expect seats to be filled on the opening night of plays and musicals even in the smallest theatres. Summer is over, and that means Washingtonian theatre lovers are all anticipating the new season. Well, the wait is over. It’s theatre season in D.C. and several theatres are starting their 2016-2017 seasons. Check out these plays all starting in September at several local theatres: Collective Rage: A Play in Five Boops is showing at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre from Sept. 12 to Oct. 9, 2016. “Five different ...
New Smithsonian Building

Visit the Newest Member of the Smithsonian Family

D.C. has several Smithsonian museums that many Washingtonians and visitors cherish, but on Sept. 24, the Smithsonian museums will have a new addition to their family. Get ready for the new National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) in the beginning of fall. Everyone who comes to the official grand opening and dedication can look forward to exploring the story of America through the lens of the African American experience. And, the Smithsonian has big plans to celebrate this momentous occasion of opening the newest, 19th member of the Smithsonian family. People from all over will be attending the three-day ...
People In A Raft In D.C. Shenandoah River

Featured Day Trip From DC: Shenandoah River Outfitters

Take a day trip out of the city and visit the Shenandoah River Outfitters. Visitors rave about their hiking trails and all of the different activities the ground has to offer. Even if you aren’t much of a camping enthusiast, there is so much to do at Shenandoah River that it makes for the perfect end-to-summer trip for everyone. Only an hour and a half away from D.C., this small yet exciting Virginia campground has beautiful views and tons of adventurous activities that will keep you happily immersed in nature. Although it makes for the perfect camping trip, the Shenandoah ...

Welcoming a New Harper Resident

With so many new options in DC, finding a new place can be challenging and stressful. Sarah K. recently moved in to The Harper and offered to share a little about her apartment-hunting experience. Tell us a little about yourself. Born and raised in Indiana, I recently moved to DC by way of California, the UK, NYC, and Bethesda. After getting a PhD (DPhil) in International Relations at Oxford, I started working as a Management Consultant at McKinsey & Co. I love to travel, do yoga, and spend time with friends. With so many choices for apartments in DC, why ...
Crowd Celebrating In Adams Morgan

Celebrate the Diversity in Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan is one of the most culturally diverse and liveliest neighborhood in D.C. It is one of the centers of D.C.‘s melting pot as well its liveliest nightlife. Adams Morgan has international residents and Washingtonians who enjoy the international food in the neighborhood restaurants from all over the globe such as Ethiopia to Latin America and the Caribbean. It also has colorful architecture to match its vibrant atmosphere and has such ethnic diversity that no one can help but explore. This neighborhood is such an amazingly vibrant place that it deserves to have a day dedicated to its magnetic ...
Man Sitting In Theater In D.C. Film Festival

The D.C. Shorts Film Festival

Tired of watching the same Hollywood production movies in theaters? Are you a movie or film lover who enjoys the craft of filmmaking? The D.C. Shorts Film Festival will help you expand your horizons. Throughout the summer, movie lovers have been attending outdoor films, but starting Sept. 8, they will be able to watch short films by filmmakers and screenwriters all over the globe. The programmers selected 131 unique films that reflect the 33 nations they represent to being new world views to one of the known melting pots in the U.S. and the nation’s capital. The films range from ...
D.C. Blue Festival Male Musician With Saxophone

Don’t Miss the D.C. Blues Festival

Trying to find something different to do for Labor Day weekend instead of the usual going out for cocktails, attending a cookout or going to the beach? Well, look no further. If you’re a fan of the blues and love musicians who are inspired by artists such as Ray Charles, Howlin’ Wolf, and even Shemekia Copeland, then you’ll love the D.C. Blues Festival. Even if you have never really listened to the blues or don’t consider yourself a fan, you can still enjoy the amazing performances and workshops. On Sept. 3 from noon to 7 p.m., the Carter Barron Amphitheater ...
Labor Day Artistic Celebration

How to Celebrate Labor Day in D.C.

Get ready for Labor Day, Washingtonians! Labor Day is Sept. 5, and we know you will want to make plans to celebrate over the weekend and into the holiday. Some may celebrate by taking a three-day trip out of the city. Some may have a big family cookout. Some may celebrate the end of summer by visiting a water-themed amusement park. Some may even sleep in all weekend. Whatever you are interested it, there are a great deal of things to do in D.C. for Labor Day. While D.C. isn’t well known for celebrating Labor Day with a giant parade, there are ...