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POSTED ON 03/23/20

Warmer weather is on the way! And chances are, you’re probably already enjoying the spring sunshine. But there are some good things about winter—like its hearty comfort food. Close out the cold season with these warming dishes. Crock Pot Chili [Dinners, Dishes and Desserts]There’s nothing like a big bowl of chili to bring the cozy…Read More

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POSTED ON 03/18/20

If you’ve been looking forward to spring for months, great news: it’s finally here. Or at least, it’s almost here. The Spring Equinox falls tomorrow—earlier than it has in more than 100 years! In the northern part of the world, the equinox can fall any time from March 19th to the 21st, but it’s typically…Read More

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POSTED ON 03/11/20

Trying to prep for all that corned beef, cabbage, and Guinness you’re going to indulge in for St. Paddy’s Day? Think about signing up for the St. Pat’s Run Fest 5K and 10K in D.C.! The two runs will both take place on March 15, so you’ll have to pick a distance that feels right to you…Read More

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POSTED ON 02/20/20

Chef Alfredo Solis’ mother grew up in the Mexican countryside, with a clay anafre in lieu of a gas or electric stove.  With this in mind, the restaurateur, known already for restaurants Mezcalero and El Sol, opened a new restaurant: Anafre DC.  With this family tie and irrefutable experience, it’s no doubt that the Mexican…Read More

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POSTED ON 02/12/20

A bouquet of red roses, a day at the spa, a framed photo of the two of you… Any of the above would make a fine Valentine’s Day gift, but everyone knows that the most direct way to someone’s heart is through their stomach! So if there’s one day out of the year to get…Read More

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POSTED ON 02/06/20

Imagine spending Valentine’s Day cruising down the Potomac with your sweetheart, snuggling on the ship’s deck as you gaze at the DC city lights twinkling in the distance. Sound romantic? Then consider reserving a couple of spots on the Odyssey DC Valentine’s Day Dinner Cruise. The ship sets sail at 7 pm (boarding starts at 6),…Read More

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POSTED ON 01/23/20

Since it opened in late 2019, Emelie’s in Capitol Hill has quickly become one of the city’s must-visit restaurants. Keven Tien, head chef and co-owner who made his name at Himitsu in Petworth, leads the inventive and accomplished kitchen staff. The menu is organized with communal eating in mind, featuring shareable dishes both large and small. …Read More

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POSTED ON 01/21/20

Making a New Year’s resolution is easy—sticking to it is a whole lot harder! But with a little perseverance and a whole lot of planning, you can be on your way to making your goals for 2020 a reality, whether you’ve resolved to be more mindful of your budget, you’re seeking to stay active, or…Read More

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POSTED ON 01/08/20

The Washington Auto Show is, aside from shows in Detroit and Los Angeles, probably the most important auto show in the entire country. Its public policy preview days make it a destination for government officials and industry lobbyists alike, and the hundreds of exhibits and showcases on site draw crowds in droves. This year’s event is…Read More

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POSTED ON 12/19/19

They say it’s better to give than receive, but living up to the old adage can be expensive. This holiday season, keep your wallet full—and your stress level at a minimum—by going the DIY route with your gift-giving. You don’t have to be an expert crafter or pro chef to create a gift that’s memorable…Read More

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