Japanese Stone Lantern Lighting in D.C. (photos)
Given in 1954 by the governor of Tokyo, the lantern is the oldest freestanding man-made stone structure in Washington that is not in a museum.
Profs & Pints: Founding Fathers in the “Friend Zone”
Profs and Pints presents: “Founding Fathers in the ‘Friend Zone,’” with Cassandra Good, assistant professor of history at Marymount University and author of Founding Friendships: Friendships Between Men and Women […]
Downtowner DC March 21, 2018
New Executive Chef at Momofuku CityCenterDC restaurant Momofuku has brought in a new chef, marking a change in direction. A Maryland native, chef Tae Strain was most recently chef de […]
Potholes and Cherry Blossoms
Warm weather is starting to come back to the District and the surrounding region, which is great news for everyone. Even better news in many ways is that “Potholepalooza” is […]
Food, Drink Specials Bloom During Festival
After a morning of sightseeing and snapping cherry blossom photos around the Tidal Basin, relax at one of the restaurants getting into the festival spirit.