There’s a new trend that’s sweeping Washington, D.C. and when you first hear about it, it might be confusing. But after further inspection, first bite
For the better part of the last decade, there was a Texan in charge of Washington,D.C. Yet during the eight years George W. Bush was
With winter comes many wonderful things: Thanksgiving, December holidays, even an entirely new year at the beginning of January. But there’s one thing that winter
Almost everyone loves a summer stroll through their local farmers’ market. In the warm air, you can browse just plucked produce, cheeses made right down
Several years ago, AMC debuted the drama Mad Men, set in the 1960s. The success and popularity of the show ushered in a new era
The idea of dinner and a movie as a date is almost obsolete. With everyone in a rush, few have time to sit down for four hours of wining, dining and film watching. The notion of it is of a more quaint time, like a scene from a 1950s movie.
If you drove through Arlington this past weekend, you may have noticed a peculiar site: four large spotlights dancing in the evening sky. The scene resembled something from a Hollywood premier, but in actuality, the premise was quintessential Northern Virginia.
A trip to the movies in 2011 can be an expensive affair. With most summer blockbusters utilizing 3-D and IMAX technology, a single movie ticket can cost upwards of $15.
To save money, most people now wait for movies to come out on DVD. However, there’s something to be said for leaving the house and going to the theater. But where can you see these newly released movies without breaking your budget?
Northern Arlington is one of Washington, D.C.’s most rapidly developing areas. It seems that every day a new restaurant or store is being built.
The fast-paced growth means that it’s very hard to visit everything Arlington has to offer. Luckily for residents and neighbors alike, one day a year, you can find almost every shop in one location.
Many Washington, D.C. residents bemoan the fact that this area doesn’t have an indigenous cuisine to its name. Because of the transient nature of this town, it seems there isn’t a food for Washington to call its own. But that may be a blessing in disguise.