One of the greatest American traditions of the mid-20th century has essentially disappeared as we’ve moved into the 2000s. What was once a standard weekend
If you were not in downtown D.C. this past Tuesday night, you missed a very unusual sight. Instead of a snarling line of cars moving down
It’s March, which means that one holiday is about to paint everyone’s calendar green. And although St. Patrick’s Day isn’t for another week-and-a-half, that doesn’t
When it comes to breakfast, what’s your favorite part? Is it the slightly runny egg yolks? Salty bites of bacon? Light and fluffy biscuits? Or
In less than a week, the country’s biggest block party will come to a close. If you haven’t heard about, it’s been going on ever
Seven years ago, a dedicated group of people banded together to form one of the quirkiest and most innovative non-profit Washington, D.C. has ever seen. And what may have seemed like something better suited for San Francisco, has instead been a resounding success.
Capital Fringe was founded in 2005 and their lone goal was to create a more avant-garde atmosphere for the arts in what’s typically viewed as a staid town.
While most of the city’s diverse cultures are well known, many residents don’t know about this area’s thriving Greek population. Once a year, though, everyone takes notice when a local church hosts their grand festival celebrating the best of Hellenic culture.
The calendar has finally flipped to May, and another school year is almost complete.
While that means endless days of fun for children, it can cause a headache for parents who are in charge of finding endless activities to keep their kids entertained.There’s the local pool of course, but even that can get old. Kids always want to do something new and fun. For children in the 2-10 range, a trip to the playground might make their day. If you are going to take them to a playground, why not take them to one of the area’s best, a hidden gem?