DC living

Welcoming a New Harper Resident

September 7, 2016 /

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…

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The D.C. Shorts Film Festival

September 5, 2016 /
Man Sitting In Theater In D.C. 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…

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Don’t Miss the D.C. Blues Festival

August 31, 2016 /
D.C. Blue Festival Male Musician With Saxophone

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…

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How to Celebrate Labor Day in D.C.

August 29, 2016 /
Labor Day Artistic Celebration

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…

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Shop for Vintage Furniture in D.C.

August 24, 2016 /
Vintage Furniture Shop In D.C. Featuring Green Chair

Buying furniture for a new apartment can be difficult, especially when you are going for a vintage theme to decorate your home. Sure, Ikea, Target, or Crate & Barrel are great choices to decorate your home with a more modern look, but vintage furniture stores are your best bet to achieve a home with personality.…

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How to Keep Any Bathroom Organized

August 22, 2016 /
Organized Bathroom Accessories

We talked about the advantages of having a small kitchen to help you stay organized and reduce clutter, but what about your bathroom? Bathrooms tend to be one of the most cluttered spaces in the home, with messy counters, overcrowded and disorganized cabinets and even soaps, shampoos and loofahs hanging around the bathtub. But, even…

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Meet Rasika’s Newest Sibling: Bindaas

August 15, 2016 /
Meet Rasikas Newest Sibling Bindaas

If you enjoyed the Penn Quarter Indian restaurant with modern cuisine, Rasika, you’ll love its new sibling! Rasika is known as a restaurant with a white-table cloth setting and putting a twist on centuries-old traditional dishes and creating innovative interpretations for Washingtonians who love to take their taste buds across the world. While the owner…

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The Small Kitchen Advantage

August 8, 2016 /
A Small Kitchen In An Apartment

You’re looking for a new apartment, only a few things are likely on your mind: location, price and amenities. One such apartment feature to consider is kitchen size. All of the questions begin to roll through your mind as you look around the kitchen in your potentially new apartment: Do you really need that much…

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Celebrate National Watermelon Day in D.C.

July 31, 2016 /
Apartment Building In D.C. Painted As A Watermelon

There are a bunch of unusual national holidays that we celebrate in the U.S. such as National Best Friends Day and National Tequila Day, but there is even one to celebrate one of the sweetest red fruits in the summertime. Yes, August 3rd is National Watermelon Day, and the best way to celebrate this unusual…

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August 2016 D.C. Theatre Events

July 22, 2016 /
Outside Of Washington D.C. Theatre

Summer is all about soaking up the sun at the pool, beach, an outdoor concert or at a day party with a couple of friends at a bar with an outdoor patio. But, it’s also a great time to enjoy a good theatrical performance as well. If you’re a D.C. resident, you know how amazing D.C. theatre…

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