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Most Romantic Spots and Things to Do in Washington DC

January 16, 2020 /
Romantic Things To Do in DC

When it comes to romance, Washington DC’s got it. From its two beautiful rivers and arched bridges to cozy spots and historic landmarks, you’ll get all the feels knowing these are close to luxury apartments in DC. Whether you’re coupled up or heading out with friends this Valentine’s Day, there’s a lot to love. Romance…

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A Guide to the Dupont Circle Neighborhood

January 16, 2020 /
Woman at a Museum Looking at a Picture

Unlike several other neighborhoods in Washington, Dupont Circle is unique in that it offers plenty of variety. Whether you are into nightlife, history, exciting attractions or love a local feel, this north-of-downtown neighborhood is an ideal place to live. So, just what can you enjoy mere steps from a Dupont Circle apartment? Transportation The best…

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A Guide to the Hottest 2019 Halloween Parties in DC

September 23, 2019 /
Halloween 2019 in Washington DC

Pumpkin spice, changing leaves, and crisp nights might signal the end of the summer—but, here in Washington, the fun is just beginning. If you’re lucky enough to be moving to DC at October’s end, you’ll discover there are many ways to get your Halloween on. Grab your costume and check out these hot Halloween destinations.…

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How to Celebrate the Fourth in DC This Year

June 27, 2019 /
4th of July Fireworks in DC

Living in Washington, DC means you get to take in some pretty amazing summer festivals and shows, but the biggest show of the year is definitely the Fourth of July. You’re in the right place if you’re looking to celebrate! Plan your entire Independence Day right here. Take in the Parade The National Independence Day…

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Get the Most Out of March Madness: 6 Bars to Try in DC

March 5, 2019 /
Washington DC Bars

The annual NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament—more commonly referred to as “March Madness”—is an event that captures the attention of millions. With an appeal that extends beyond those who consider themselves sports fans, it seems that everyone pays close attention when the tournament kicks off. Of course, filling out a March Madness bracket is…

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D.C. Winter Checklist: Are You Prepared for Winter?

November 10, 2017 /
Your Winter Home

Nights are colder and longer now. While we’re still in the season of pumpkins, Halloween and Thanksgiving, it’s best to start preparing for cold weather, snow and Christmas trees… It’s time to get ready for winter! Are you truly ready for winter? If you can’t check off the list below, you’ll need to get various…

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Three Alternatives to New Year’s Eve Parties

December 19, 2016 /
Empty Wine Glass A New Years Eve Party

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…

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Newseum Nights: Act Up!

November 11, 2016 /
Newseum Building Entrance

The Newseum has always been a museum known for its focus on the First Amendment but also on free expression. On Nov. 15, they will celebrate the right to free expression in one night. Join the Newseum for their last night of Newseum Nights next week Tuesday for “Newseum Nights: Act Up!” Every moment will…

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Try These 2016 Fall Cocktail Menus At These D.C. Bars

November 7, 2016 /
Multiple Cocktails On A Table

Fall is finally here and that means seasonal cocktails are coming to the District. Washingtonians have tried and raved about bar menus with delicious spiked hot chocolates, ciders and fall-inspired drinks to sweep us into the essence of autumn. As Brightest Young Thing had mentioned, The Gibson is one of D.C.’s cherished mainstays that is…

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Election Night in the District

November 4, 2016 /
Donald Trump Debating Hillary Clinton

D.C. has always been a mecca of having the best happy hour, drink and food specials during special events such as holidays, the amazing D.C. festivals and even for the spots’ favorite sports’ teams and their fans. As the time to elect a president draws closer, Washingtonians will be searching for those same restaurants, bars…

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