Don’t Miss the End of DC Beer Week from August 19th – 26th

The DC Brewers’ Guild presents the 10th annual DC Beer Week from August 19th to 26th. The eight-day festival celebrates the Capital region’s craft beer community with local breweries, restaurants, and bars. Enjoy craft beer tastings, educational seminars, and a variety of...

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Enjoy the Upscale Ambiance at The Eleanor DC Bowling Alley

​Located in the Ivy City neighborhood of D.C., The Eleanor is a casual bistro and lounge complete with art deco bowling lanes and nostalgic arcade games like skee ball and pin ball machines. The kitchen serves up sustainably-sourced, seasonal dishes along with a wide-range...

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Visit the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Completely for Free

Thanks to a 1926 act of Congress that protected much of Anacostia Park's forested areas, DC residents can enjoy a visit to the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens today. Since the gardens are part of the National Park System, there's no entrance fee, either. If you visit during July...

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Build Strength and Clear Your Mind at Hot Yoga Capitol Hill

It’s not all hot at Hot Yoga Capitol Hill. Variety is the name of the game, and they offer both Bikram yoga and a variety of other classes and workshops. Whether you’re new to the practice of yoga or a true yogi at heart, Hot Yoga Capitol Hill offers an array of options...

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Don’t Miss the “Americans” Exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian

The new exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, “Americans,” takes a unique look at the complex and sometimes difficult relationship between the United States and indigenous Americans. Because native tribes have a long history that predates the...

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Sip Japanese Teas at Bon Matcha

Bon Matcha offers a variety of drinks and soft serve ice cream, all of which feature the beloved stone-ground Japanese-style green tea commonly known as matcha. Everything at this charming shop is made with organic ingredients, and all of the tea leaves are hand-picked from...

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Learn About American History at “The Faces of Battle: Americans at War, 9/11 to Now” at the National Portrait Gallery

The Faces of Battle: Americans at War, 9/11 to Now is a new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery open now through January 28th, 2018. The exhibition includes 56 works by six artists. The exhibit offers a unique perspective of battle and its consequences on those who...

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Enjoy a New Kind of Workout at Barre3 DC Union Station

Barre3 DC Union Station is a specialized fitness studio located on the ground floor of the Station House Residences. Barre3 is a functional training program with a twist, rooted in the three disciplines of ballet barre, pilates, and yoga. The class is all about building lean...

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Lunar Massage Offers Pain Relief, Relaxation and More

Reasonable prices and convenient massage appointments have patrons returning to Lunar Massage regularly. This reliable massage therapy center provides affordable ways to get muscle relief in the D.C. area. Masseuses focus on what clients’ bodies need, which is more often...

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Experience Art, Music and Culture from Around the World at the Atlas Intersections Festival

From February 24th to March 5th, H Street will become an artistic hub complete with dancing, music, theatre, film, visual art and more at the Atlas Intersections Festival. Discover the combination of culture, art, and community happen in D.C. at this annual event. Sponsored by...

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