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3 Women Enjoying Logan Circle’s Best Luxury Spa

Logan Circle’s Best Luxury Spas

Logan Circle is a vibrant community with luxury apartments and the luxury spas to match. If you seek the finer things in life, you’ll be glad to know there are more than a few places to unwind in Logan Circle. Whether you need a good massage to get your mind off work, grad school or family, there are plenty of spas just minutes away from luxury living. Here’s a list of the best luxury spas in Logan Circle. Lunar Massage – The 11th Street location is Lunar Massage’s newest studio housed in a beautiful, contemporary space with four rooms. For ...
Crowd At A Washington DC Summer Festival

Best Washington DC Summer Festivals in 2017

As the weather starts warming up, Washington DC is full of fun and exciting festivals to suit everyone’s tastes. Kicking things off in May, and running every Friday through October, is a festival just for foodies: Truckeroo. Food trucks from all over the DC area can be found at the Fairgrounds at Yards Park serving up a wide assortment of flavor meals, snacks, and treats. If you are into bluegrass music, you should check out both the Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival, held on May 13th, and the Summer Escape at Mount Vernon on June 9th and 10th. For ...
Boy and Girl Holding Hands In The Park

Six Secret Washington D.C. Gardens and Parks You Don’t Want to Miss

Our nation’s capital reflects urban planning at its best, with many great parks and landmarks thoughtfully scattered throughout the city. Some of these parks and landmarks are better known than others, but some of Washington D.C.’s less well-known parks and gardens are among its best. About 19.4 percent of Washington, D.C. is park land, making it second only to New York City (19.6 percent parkland) in space devoted to parks in big cities. Some of the better-known parks include the National Mall and Rock Creek Park, which are among the most visited parks in the country. Some of the District ...
DIY Summer Decor Made From Sea Shells

DIY Summer Decor for 2017

With summer just around the corner, now is a great time to give your apartment a makeover to change its appearance. Summertime is all about bright, warm, and exciting colors. You could also choose to decorate using specific themes, such as a beach theme or nautical theme. Bedroom – Swap out your duvet, sheets, and pillow covers for ones that are colorful or which match your theme. Living Room – Add a new rug in a color or design that brightens up the room. Make your own couch cushion cases to put over the existing cushions to give them a ...
Miniature Buddha Statue and Sand Garden

Feng Shui Decorating

Feng shui is a substantial principle to use when apartment decorating. Often times, the way you design and decorate your home can influence several different atmospheres; however, it all depends on what you are trying to promote when apartment decorating. Do you want to promote wealth or success? Health or refreshment? Feng shui plays a significant role in the atmosphere that each room in your apartment presents. When people think of feng shui, most think about the colors to promote a certain atmosphere. It is important to promote a welcoming atmosphere in any home, but placement is also important to living ...
Mezcalero Restaurant

Restaurant Openings in 2017… So Far!

The new year is here, which means you can expect new beginnings. In D.C., the new year brings highly-anticipated annual festivals, events and restaurant openings.   D.C. is a melting pot of many different restaurants and bars offering food and libations for every type of D.C. dweller. While many restaurants and bars have closed in the last year, Washingtonians can always look forward to several openings throughout the most lively neighborhoods.   This year is promising for some new restaurants and bars with delectable drinks and food. Here are a few restaurants that have opened thus far:   Red Apron ...
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Three Alternatives to New Year’s Eve Parties

Every New Year’s Eve, D.C. bars, lounges and nightclubs are filled with hundreds and thousands of people all looking to party into the new year. While they can provide a night of unforgettable moments and memories, they can also be a hassle. New Year’s Eve parties are usually so crowded that people find themselves having a terrible night waiting in long lines, being squished, and spending hundreds of dollars on tickets and drinks. Instead of going to the same parties on New Year’s Eve, gather your friends and family for an inexpensive alternative to celebrating the new year. Here are ...
D.C. Gaylord Nationals Christmas On The Potomac

Featured Day Trip From D.C: Gaylord National’s Christmas on the Potomac

Each Featured Day Trip from D.C., we give you a trip with an amazing experience, whether it is just an awesome place we wanted to share, or the perfect seasonal or holiday-themed trip for you and your family to enjoy. This month, we have the perfect winter and holiday-themed day trip that will fill you with wonder. December is all about enjoying the wonders of winter and the holidays: drinking hot chocolate, playing in the snow, going skiing or ice skating, and spending time with your loved ones. Located at the National Harbor, at the Gaylord National Resort, you can ...
People Skating On A D.C. Restaurant

Three D.C. Ice Rinks to Visit This Year

Winter is almost here, which means all of your favorite winter activities are back for the season: drinking hot chocolate or eggnog wrapped in a warm blanket, playing in the snow, attending winter-themed parties and festivals, and enjoying the winter cocktails at your favorite local bar. However, there is one highly anticipated winter activity you don’t have to wait for. Ice skating season has already begun and people are flocking to the rinks. Maryland and Virginia have several ice skating rinks to choose from, but D.C. also has a few beloved ice skating rinks to Washingtonians. Here are the D.C. ...
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Five Must-See Plays for the Holidays and the New Year

What better way to spend the holiday and cold winter season than in a cozy theatre watching an awe-inspiring play with your family or friends? The new year is quickly approaching, which means theatre companies all over D.C. are preparing for the 2017 theatre season. We picked five plays from our favorite theatres in D.C. for you to see now or in the upcoming season: The Hard Problem Studio Theatre presents The Hard Problem by Tom Stoppard, a story about a young psychology researcher, Hilary, and her colleagues grappling with “the hard problem” of defining consciousness, which causes her to ...