Simple Tips to Help You Follow Through on a New Year’s Resolution

Making a New Year’s resolution is easy—sticking to it is a whole lot harder! But with a little perseverance and a whole lot of planning, you can be on your way to making your goals for 2020 a reality, whether you’ve resolved to be more mindful of your budget, you’re...

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Snag Your Tickets Now to the Washington Auto Show

If you’ve been searching for a high-octane indoor activity for the whole family during the dark and dreary winter months, look no further: the Washington Auto Show is a world-class event featuring everything from the newest technological innovations to displays of vintage vehicles. This year the Auto Show runs from January...

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DIY Holiday Gifts They’ll Be Delighted to Unwrap

They say it’s better to give than receive, but living up to the old adage can be expensive. This holiday season, keep your wallet full—and your stress level at a minimum—by going the DIY route with your gift-giving. You don’t have to be an expert crafter or pro chef to...

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Craving Gourmet Ice Cream? Head to Here’s the Scoop!

Here’s The Scoop! just opened in July and it’s quickly gained a following for its family-oriented roots, incredible service, and of course, the gourmet ice cream. These DC natives are serving up lots of sugary treats that are sure to satisfy any time of the year. Here’s The Scoop offers...

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve Aboard the Spirit of Washington

The start of a new decade deserves a special celebration — and if you’re looking for a new way to mark the New Year, the fireworks dinner cruise with the Spirit of Washington offers a fun and elegant way to do just that. The event features a buffet-style dinner menu...

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Thanksgiving Dinner Is Served! Essential Hosting Tips for Renters

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you’re probably starting to make your holiday plans. And if those plans include hosting the big meal at your apartment, you might also be panicking about how you’re going to accommodate everyone. But don’t worry—just a few of these small tweaks will get your...

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Don’t Miss Season’s Greenings: America’s Gardens at the US Botanic Garden

Traveling this holiday season? If you’re lucky, the farthest you’ll have to go is the US Botanic Garden for a one-of-a-kind tour of the US. This year’s holiday feature is Season’s Greenings: America’s Gardens, and features botanic gardens from across the country, from the lush, colorful gardens of Hawaii to...

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Run for a Good Cause During the 18th Annual Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger

Thanksgiving is a holiday dedicated to gratitude, reflection, and giving back, and the 18th Annual Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger on November 28 gives you an opportunity to start your holiday with 8,000 neighbors who are all dedicated to fighting poverty and homelessness in DC. The race starts and ends at...

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No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating DIYs for Grown-Ups

Carving a jack-o-lantern may have been fun when you were a youngster—but that was before you were the one in charge of cleaning up. Times have changed, and so have your tastes. So here are a few sophisticated DIY projects you can try with your pumpkins this year. Chalkboard Pumpkins...

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Bring a Big Appetite to Taste of DC, Taking Place Oct. 26-27

Taste of DC bills itself as the “largest culinary festival in the Mid-Atlantic,” and it’s not hard to believe. Its Restaurant Row showcases more than 50 eateries from across the city, and that’s only half of the equation. The food fest also boasts a beer garden that’s fully stocked with...

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