WFP Lists Spectacular Cleveland Park Georgian Home

Washington Fine Properties has listed an 8,715 square foot Cleveland Park Georgian style home for $5,495,000. Built in 1916 for original owner … [read more]

Are You Drinking Enough Water? Probably Not.

You may be surprised to learn that the low hanging fruit of wellness is proper hydration. If we are even a little bit dehydrated, it can affect our … [read more]

Kim Waters Live at Blues Alley

Saxophonist, composer and producer Kim Waters will be performing live at Blues Alley on February 27 through March 1, 2020. Waters has … [read more]

Meet Brooke Pinto, She's Running for D.C. Council

Brooke Pinto, the former Assistant Attorney General for Policy and Legislative Affairs in the D.C. attorney general’s office (OAG), believes … [read more]

Aligning Your Behavior and Habits with Your Values

Are you happy with your achievements in 2019? Are there still some things you have left to do? What are your hopes, dreams and aspirations for 2020? … [read more]

Enslaved at the Georgetown Hotel: Three Generations of...

The City Tavern Preservation Foundation will present a special program on Thursday, February 27, 2020, at 6:30 PM given by Yvette LaGonterie: Enslaved … [read more]

Spread The Word

by Butter Dish

WFP Lists Spectacular Cleveland Park Georgian Home

Washington Fine Properties has listed an 8,715 square foot Cleveland Park Georgian style home for $5,495,000. Built in 1916 for original owner geologist Sidney Paige, the home was designed by … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Meet Brooke Pinto, She's Running for D.C. Council

Brooke Pinto, the former Assistant Attorney General for Policy and Legislative Affairs in the D.C. attorney general’s office (OAG), believes she’s the best candidate to represent Ward 2 on … [read more]

Aligning Your Behavior and Habits with Your Values

Are you happy with your achievements in 2019? Are there still some things you have left to do? What are your hopes, dreams and aspirations for 2020? The new year is a valuable opportunity to improve … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

The King’s Speech – An Enjoyable Night at the Theatre

This production of The King’s Speech is definitely worth an evening in the theater. Many know the story or have learned it from watching the great movie of the same name. But in case you … [read more]

Culinary Journeys

by Fatema Sachak

Daru - DC's New Indian Cocktail Bar

Planning to open in Maypril (May/April) on H Street, Daru is a unique Indian spiced soon-to-be cocktail bar created by Chef Suresh Sundas and barman Dante Datta formerly part … [read more]

Hope to Hope Town: Part Five

As we were unpacking the equipment and supplies in the old settlement house in Hope Town, two people with clipboards arrived in orange shirts. They introduced themselves as Ed and Michael from … [read more]

Square One

by DenmansGarden

Of Snowdrops and Other Things

It’s that moment in early spring when bulbs and perennials begin poking their heads through the cold soil, reaching for the faint warmth of fragile winter sunlight, that sustains gardeners and … [read more]

Create and Curate

by Kristen Coffield

Are You Drinking Enough Water? Probably Not.

You may be surprised to learn that the low hanging fruit of wellness is proper hydration. If we are even a little bit dehydrated, it can affect our ability to make good decisions; especially, but not … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

'Believer'

“Everybody here has probably heard of Beatlemania, but I think tonight we started a little bit of Danmania,” said MPA CEO Ambassador Charles Rivkin prior to Dan Reynolds being introduced … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

Once Bank of Presidents, Riggs is Now a Luxury Hotel

Riggs Washington DC, an independent hotel from international hospitality group, Lore Group, is now open. Located on the downtown corner of 9th and F Street in a historic building once home to Riggs … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

Facebook vs. Aileen--and Trump Era Freedom of Speech

Do you remember the start of The Social Network?In the 2010 movie, future Facebook tycoon Mark Zuckerberg gets an earful from the Boston University coed who’s been dating him."You are … [read more]

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Kristen Joy — Thanks for your comment Katherine, I like The Cleveland Clinics functional approach. "Alcoholic and caffeinated beverages, such as coffee, teas, … [read more]
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