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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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FotoWeekDC 2016

November 2, 2016 /
Butterfly On A Flower

  The nation’s capital has always been a melting pot of culture and arts. With so many museums and art galleries, art and cultural festivals, as well as the several diverse surrounding neighborhoods in every inch of the D.C.-area, it is impossible to avoid indulging in what this city has to offer.   On Nov.…

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Madewell Coming to The Harper in 2017

October 26, 2016 /
The Harper Building Entrance

The Harper, located in the center of the lively 14th Street neighborhood, is the perfect residence for Washingtonians with its surrounding restaurants, nightclubs, bars and galleries. Not only is it a building placed in a uniquely vibrant area, but it is also a unique resident building at Keener Management. In addition to all the great…

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Featured Day Trip from DC: Field of Screams

October 17, 2016 /
Washington D.C. Field Of Screams Event

Halloween is quickly approaching, and Washingtonians are getting ready to buy their costumes and plan their Halloween debauchery. We’ve already mentioned some of our favorite Halloween events happening in the D.C. area, but now we want to talk about the number one rated scream park you don’t want to miss. If you want to get…

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This Is Halloween: Washington, D.C.

October 12, 2016 /
Two Halloween Characters In Washington D.C.

No matter what holiday approaches, you can always depend on D.C. to be celebrating it. Whether you are celebrating Independence Day or the start of the new year, you can always find some place in the D.C. area to celebrate. Halloween is right around the corner, and soon D.C. will be filled with the Halloween…

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DIY: Small Halloween Decorations

October 10, 2016 /

Decorating for Halloween can be challenging when you live in a small apartment. Participating in those neighborhood competitions of “who has the scariest house” or “who has the largest Halloween decorations,” and most of the time, entertaining trick-or-treaters is out of the question. But, having a small apartment does not mean the end to your…

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Visit the Heurich House Museum in Dupont Circle

October 5, 2016 /
Heurich House Museum In Dupont Circle

D.C.’s museum and art scene has always been spectacular. There are all sorts of museums and art galleries all throughout the nation’s capital, that you couldn’t possibly visit them all in one week to fully appreciate each exhibit or piece in each of them. One of the best and largest museum’s in D.C. is the…

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Two New Bars on 14th Street

September 28, 2016 /
Man Pouring Cocktail At Bar

Fourteenth Street is one of the liveliest areas in D.C. As a neighborhood right nearby several amazing restaurants and jam-packed nightclubs and bars, it makes the perfect place for a sociable Washingtonian. New trendy bars are always popping up in D.C., but what better place for them to appear than Fourteenth Street, abundant with enthusiastic…

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What You Missed At the Opening of the NMAAHC

September 26, 2016 /
Opening Of The New NMAAHC Building

“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…

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