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POSTED ON 05/18/18

Nachos topped with braised lamb, Mexican crema, and poblano queso. Grilled octopus dressed in a mango vinaigrette. Chipotle chicken taquitos embellished with a tomatillo-avocado salsa and cabbage slaw. These are a handful of the modern Mexican starters on the menu at Mayahuel, a DC taqueria that debuted about three months ago. After you share a…Read More

POSTED ON 05/08/18

Toasted rolled oats combined with almonds, dried cranberries, cherries, apricots, and currants, all infused with a touch of honey and coconut. These are the ingredients that make up the Hippie Crack at Baked & Wired, one of the most popular offerings. The kitchen team bakes it in-house along with an assortment of other unique, delicious…Read More

POSTED ON 04/27/18

If you've ever been to a spin class at a traditional gym, forget everything you learned. The spin classes at Zengo Cycle bear little resemblance to these low-key classes, where you're probably staring at the clock the entire time just waiting for it to be over. Zengo Cycle's instructors are specifically trained to deliver a…Read More

POSTED ON 04/24/18

You probably wouldn't expect to find a green space like Rock Creek Park that's smack dab in the middle of a metropolis. The sprawling park encompasses acres and acres of trails and trees, a welcome escape from the city for the many residents who reside in it. At the heart of it, there's Rock Creek…Read More

POSTED ON 04/19/18

The Friday Nights in the Heights concert series returns to Cathedral Commons on May 4th! Bring your lawn chair and dancing shoes and join us on Newark Street at Wisconsin Ave. the first Friday of every month through October for free live performances, food offerings from local restaurants, drink specials, face painting for kids, and…Read More

POSTED ON 04/06/18

Live Beyond The Mat, helmed by Rebecca Bly, encourages yogis to do exactly what its name suggests: to carry the benefits of their yoga practice into daily life, outside the doors of the studio. In order to do this, you first have to master the tenants of yoga, which allow you to de-stress even in…Read More

POSTED ON 03/29/18

Get to know Chef Geoff, the culinary mastermind and all-around good guy behind a family of restaurants in DC and surrounding states. His original is Chef Geoff’s, and it is the first restaurant he opened back in 2000. It remains the same friendly yet upscale eatery with a menu of classic American favorites done the…Read More

POSTED ON 03/26/18

The Van Ness-Forest Hills neighborhood has a true gem in Bread Furst. They have all of the artisan breads and pastries you’d expect from a bakery, plus prepared foods and shelves stocked with specialty items. The shop is rustic and cozy, and the staff is friendly, making it the kind of place you just don’t…Read More

POSTED ON 03/14/18

Washington Yoga Center is a true destination for all types of yogis, whether you are just starting out, or have years of practice under your belt. They offer a variety of yoga styles, from the popular Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, to harder-to-find offerings like Pranayama and Kripalu yoga. Read about the origins and purposes of…Read More

POSTED ON 03/05/18

Join Cathedral Commons retailers and show your support for┬áMake March Matter, an annual fundraising campaign that builds community awareness and financial support for children’s health in Washington, D.C. Throughout the month of March, visit the following retailers to show your support: Silver Order a kids’ entree at Silver March 5-9 and March 12-16 and 20%…Read More