Eastern Market: A DC Institution Is Just Moments From 77H

“Eastern Market is far more than a market,” explains the team behind this celebrated staple of the city. “It is a community hub for the Capitol Hill neighborhood and a cultural destination for visitors from around the world.”   A visit to the Eastern Market has many facets, from the...

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Start a New Chapter at Politics and Prose at The Wharf

Politics and Prose at The Wharf is the perfect spot for bookworms everywhere to come and explore. This adorable little bookstore is located right in the heart of Washington D.C. and is within walking distance to most restaurants and retail stores in the District Square. Prime location is not all...

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Apartment-Friendly Houseplants to Add to Your Must-Grow List

Thinking about welcoming a new addition to your household—one with roots and leaves? Plant parenthood can certainly be rewarding, especially when you’re staying home most of the time. If you’re just getting started, here are a few plants that can thrive in your apartment. Jade. This simple succulent with scarlet-tinged...

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Treat Your Bike to a Spring Tune-Up at Buna Bicycle Works

Sometimes just the shop you need is hidden in plain sight, like in the little row of retailers across from the Safeway on MacArthur Boulevard. That’s where you’ll find Buna Bicycle Works, your local partner for all things cycling. Whether you are new to two wheels and looking for an...

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Check Out Your New Favorite Book at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

What better place than the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library to make sure you’re thoroughly entertained for the upcoming spring and summer months? Because many of the resources at the library are free, you don’t have to compromise your budget just for something to do. Take advantage of the...

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Fun and Creative Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

While St. Patrick’s Day usually involves a visit to your favorite pub followed by a parade, celebrations will likely look a little different in 2021. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t enjoy the camaraderie, delicious food, and the Irish spirit that make March 17 so special. Here are three...

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Toast to Valentine’s Day at Rasika, a Modern Indian Fare Eatery

Wondering where to go for your Valentine’s Day date this year? It’s not too late to make a reservation at Rasika! Their Penn Quarter location is just over 5 minutes away and their West End spot is just over 10 minutes away, if that’s a better meeting point for your date....

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Shop for Valentine’s Day Greeting Cards at Copenhaver

Like it or not, Valentine’s Day and greeting cards go hand-in-hand. Whether you’re completely new to the stationery world or just looking to restock your supply in time for the holiday, Copenhaver is the card shop you need.  One reviewer describes Copenhaver’s offerings as a “very thoughtful selection of paper goods and...

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How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Home

A lot has changed in the past year. For one thing, staying home became the new going out. That theme is going to hold through this month, at least, which is why you should start planning for an at-home Valentine’s Day. Begin with these creative ideas. Plan a picnic in...

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Warm Up on a Winter Day at Menya Hosaki

What’s that saying about not being able to please all of the people all of the time? Well, Menya Hosaki might have figured out a way to do just that. Not many folks have anything negative to say on Yelp, whether it be about the clean and modern dining area, or...

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