Archive for April, 2011

Posted at April 30, 2011 by 1 Comment

55. Hinckley Pottery Annual Student Show

We say it every day! Washington DC is jam-packed with talented artists. But they didn't all come out of the womb able to paint, draw, and sculpt (Though it might seem that way sometimes). They were once talented students, working on honing their ...

Category : Arts,Featured
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54. Odyssey Dinner Cruise DC

It's ridiculously hard for me to write about something I'm not passionate about. Seriously, if I had to post about lackluster experiences this blog would feel like a job.  That's why I only write about experiences that I'd recommend to my closest friends without thinking twice. That's you! Well the Odyssey Dinner Cruise ...

Posted at April 28, 2011 by 1 Comment

53. Washington DC Carnival

The third largest Caribbean Carnival in the United States is right here in DC!  Are you trying to roll? Maybe you're a visitor to DC and you're just about tired of monuments. Perhaps you're a DC resident with an irresistible urge to soak up as much international flavor as you can. Or, you're ...

Posted at April 26, 2011 by 3 Comments

Silver Spring

This was a fun Ebook that I'm still surprised you guys gave away for free.  I'm fairly new to the area so it was a cool little resource to get started in the city.  Thanks a lot, you guys rock! Mrs. ...

Posted at April 25, 2011 by 0 Comment
Category : Testimonials
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East Capitol

Hey your eBook was not only professionally done, but it was a fun and enjoyable read.  I sent it off to my boss, posted it on my blog, and shouted it out on my facebook wall.  You guys did  a ...

Posted at April 25, 2011 by 0 Comment
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52. Mount Vernon Wine Festival

Is it just me, or is the Virginia wine scene largely underrated? California gets most of the love when it comes to U.S wines, but you'll have to admit that a lot of this is due to a tremendous marketing machine and a sort of first-to-the-market advantage that they still enjoy. Truth ...

Posted at April 18, 2011 by 2 Comments
Category : Featured,Festivals
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51. Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra

So today's entry is almost an accident in its own right.  I was a huge fan of the Washington Women in Jazz Festival organized by pianist Amy K. Bormet held earlier this year. It was seriously awesome! Turns out through the alignment of the cosmos, and a chance meeting on

Posted at April 11, 2011 by 7 Comments
Category : Featured,Live Music
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50. Bike DC Community Bike Ride

Coolest DC bike ride?  That's a question I've been asked before and I usually answered with biking the monuments at night.  Well I recently stumbled onto another contender by way of a twitter friend and thought it would be an awesome addition to our list. Bike DC community ride ...

Posted at April 10, 2011 by 0 Comment

49. Homo Hotel Happy Hour

For realsies?  Homo Hotel Happy Hour?  Yessir! And they're awesome. This was the beginning of a conversation I had recently about one of the most popular roving happy hours in the city. And no, it wasn't an "oh my god it's so freaking awesome" conversation.  I can almost hear your mind going ...

Posted at April 09, 2011 by 0 Comment
Category : Featured,Happy Hour
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48. HR-57 Washington DC Jazz

H.CON.RES 57: Whereas, jazz has achieved preeminence throughout the world as an indigenous American music and art form... jazz is hereby designated as a rare and valuable national American treasure" . Passed by Congress- 1987. And hence the name, HR-57, one of the most important jazz clubs in ...

Posted at April 07, 2011 by 8 Comments
Category : Arts,Featured,Live Music
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