5 Historic Music Venues in Washington D.C.

We're getting closer to the low temperatures of winter, and you've conquered the best outdoor activities DC has to offer. Now it's time to figure out how to keep yourself entertained all winter long.  The good news is that DC has tons of indoor fun to offer, from the dozens of museums to the bustling…

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Must-See Art in DC: Part Two

Washington DC National Gallery of Art Must-See: The Voyage of Life    The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, is the perfect place to go for a date, an intimate indoor garden concert on Sundays, or just to peruse around on a rainy day. Plus, it's only a 20-minute metro ride from Mt. Pleasant…

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6 Outdoor DC Adventures Before the Snow Falls

Whether you've just moved to DC or if you want to rediscover why you love your home city so much, you're running out of time to get outdoors before the infamously harsh DC winter hits.  While DC is certainly well-known for its epic outdoor summer activities, the fall months also offer countless free opportunities to…

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Must-See Art in DC: Part One

Washington DC National Gallery of Art Must-See: The Rembrandt Collection The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC is a treasure that everyone living in the vicinity should take advantage of. Whether you’re going on a date or looking for a little inspiration from the greats, you’ll find everything you’re looking for and more. Luckily,…

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How to Throw a Party in a Small Apartment

5 Tips for Hosting Big in your Tiny Apartment- DC Dinner Party    So you just moved into you Washington D.C. apartment, that is super exciting! We get it; you want to run around grabbing people off the street, dance for joy, and spread the good news. You live in the Nation’s Capital, and that…

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The History Behind Your City: Mt. Pleasant

Mt. Pleasant is one of the hippest northwest quadrants in Washington D.C. It is lined with historic buildings and canopied by tall trees. The haphazard neighborhood surrounded by Rock Creek Park on the North and West was actually named the first streetcar development of the District in 1870. Rich history surrounds Mt. Pleasant and encourages…

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