Thankful for Thanksgiving

It’s more than eating turkey, watching football, and taking naps!  Thanksgiving is a national United States holiday that takes place every third Thursday of November, this year on November 24th. The first Thanksgiving dates back to 1621, when the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag shared an autumn feast. Then, for more than...

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Mi Vida Mexican Restaurant

“Mi Vida” translates to “My Life.” However, in Mexico, “Mi Vida” means so much more. “Mi Vida” is a term of endearment bestowed on close family and friends to signify love, care, and importance. When one says, “Mi Vida,” they are telling someone how much they meant to them.  “Mi...

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Sunday Brunch & Day Party

Gather your girls! Get your boys! Invite anyone who likes to have a good time for Ozio Sundays Brunch & Day Party!  Ozio Sundays Brunch & Day Party is DC’s premier rooftop brunch and day party at the newly renovated Ozio! Located at 1813 M Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20036.  Brunch...

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Enjoy the Outdoor Patio Year-Round at Dovetail 14th Street Restaurant

The patio at Dovetail 14th Street Restaurant might be a little more crowded during the warm months, but it’s designed to serve as a year-round seating option for guests. With climate control and a permanent bar situated at one end, it’s a chic fresh-air space that’s as stylish as the indoor bar...

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DIY Halloween Decor

Let’s cut to the chase, Halloween is peaking its head around the corner. Well, it’s a headless horseman head! With that, there is nothing more exciting than decorating for Halloween. Here are some DIY decorations you can make to get in the spooky spirit!  Delightful Devilish Handsoap- Buy some hand soap from...

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Ensure Every Local Child Has a Happy Halloween by Pitching in at Costumes for Kids

Whether you have little ones who are excited for Halloween or you’re just a child at heart yourself, you’ll enjoy the Costumes for Kids festival on Saturday, October 15th. The festival is equal parts entertainment and philanthropy, inviting guests to enjoy fall-themed activities and also pitch in with a few volunteer projects....

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Thai Cuisine with Modern Flair at Sura

Unique styles of Thai culinary at Sura. Dedicated to bringing a unique touch of today’s modern cuisine with authentic Thai recipes.  Make sure to take a look at the incredible menus!  Starting with the side dishes. Choose from a Son In Law Egg, Wok Fried Watercress, Crispy Pork Rinds, White Rice, Sticky...

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The Restaurant Elle

Voted in the number one spot on the list of Top Ten Essential Restaurants Across America according to Resy, everyone needs to visit Restaurant Elle.  Featuring both a daytime and dinner menu, everyone will find something they love! The daytime menu features classic brunch staples. Such as coffee and tea...

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The History of Labor Day

Observed the first Monday of every September as an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers- Labor Day.  The holiday has roots in the late nineteenth century when labor activists pushed for a federal holiday to recognize the many contributions workers have made to America’s strength, prosperity, and...

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History Hidden in Plain Sight

Learn more about America’s capital, Washington DC, by discovering the secrets that are hidden in plain sight!  There is so much to learn from just the visual makeup of DC. From street alinements, symbols on buildings, and patterns found on various objects and places within the city. That’s right, and...

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