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Top Night Scenes in Dupont Circle, Washington DC

April 20, 2024 /
Top Night Scenes in Dupont Circle, Washington DC

Nothing tops the summer night scene in Washington, DC. From the lively area of the U Street Corridor to Adams Morgan, the city is energetic all night long in the summer. And after a long week of working hard, you’re ready to play and party all weekend. Dupont Circle is a mix of all types…

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DIY Gardens for Your Apartment

February 27, 2024 /
DIY Apartment Garden Example

Usually, people who live in apartments often have a few tiny plants hanging around in pots on windowsills or after magically finding some floor space, but decide against bigger plants or more than a few that might take up too much space. However, a little space is all that you need to have an amazing…

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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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Three D.C. Ice Rinks to Visit This Year

December 12, 2016 /
People Skating On A D.C. Restaurant

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…

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Five Must-See Plays for the Holidays and the New Year

December 9, 2016 /
Row Of Theatre Red Chairs

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.…

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Downtown DC Holiday Market

November 30, 2016 /
Beads In A Holiday D.C. Market

The holidays are here and that means holiday shopping is in full swing. Black Friday and Cyber Monday has come and gone, but you still haven’t found that perfect gift for your loved one. Instead of worrying, head to the Downtown D.C. Holiday Market. The twelfth annual Downtown Holiday Market will bring Washingtonians the most…

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DIY: Christmas Tree Alternatives for Small Spaces

November 29, 2016 /
Alternative Christmas Tree For Small Spaces

Thanksgiving has passed, which means it’s time to start preparing for Christmas. You reminisce on every year that your family carried in that gigantic Christmas tree ready for you to decorate with candy canes and ornaments, but then you take a look around your small apartment and realize you don’t have the space to carry…

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National Christmas Tree Lighting

November 28, 2016 /
National Christmas Tree Lighting In D.C.

That special time of year is quickly approaching, which means our beloved capital will begin to set the city for the holiday spirit. Every year since 1923, Washingtonians gather near the White House for the most anticipated event of the year. Dec. 1 is the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, and it is an event…

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The 4th Annual Made in DC Holiday Marketplace

November 21, 2016 /
DC Beer On A Shelf

Washington, D.C. is a flurry of flourishing small food and retail businesses serving every type of patron throughout the city. From food trucks to small craft stores, there’s nothing you can’t find at the local small businesses in D.C. Washingtonians appreciate their local small businesses so much that each year, they celebrate them with one…

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Start A New Thanksgiving Tradition With These DIY Projects

November 18, 2016 /
DIY Thanksgiving Day Cards

With Thanksgiving around the corner, families and friends will gather around the table to show reverence and share a wonderful feast. Tradition is great, but even with the younger generations now getting older, new traditions must be made. While going around the table expressing your gratitude to your family is special, making a personal Thanksgiving…

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