Must Dine: Summer House Santa Monica Review

Mar 24 5:07pm HungryLobbyist.com
Have you heard of the restaurant Summer House Santa Monica located in “North Bethesda?”  I hadn’t either – and boy were we missing out.  First thing’s first, “North Bethesda” does not exist – it’s Rockville.  Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let me take you on a […] The post Must Dine: Summer House Santa Monica Review appeared first on HungryLobbyist.com.
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Nostalgic for Italy? Go Now to Stella Barra Pizzeria

Mar 24 5:06pm HungryLobbyist.com
There are few days that go by when I don’t wish for a bite of my old diet from when I lived in Florence. It was a continuous rotation of espresso, pizza, paninis, red wine and pasta. Florence spoiled me. Florence turned me into the passionate, undeniable foodie I am today. […] The post Nostalgic for Italy? Go Now to Stella Barra Pizzeria appeared first on HungryLobbyist.com.
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Take Action: Arlington considers cuts to trail snow removal, trail lights, and more

Mar 24 5:02pm Washington Area Bicyclist Association
The Arlington County Board is considering budget cuts to eliminate snow plowing of popular trails, resources to improve the county’s streetlight and trail light maintenance, and funding for street repaving. Take action to preserve these important county services.
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The Three Best Open Houses This Weekend: March 25-26

Mar 24 3:06pm Washingtonian
Country Club View Where: 701 Forest Glen Rd. How Much: $475,000 When: Sunday, 1-3 pm Why: This three-bedroom brick Colonial near the Sligo Creek Trail shines throughout, from the kitchen featuring white shaker cabinets and olive green subway tile, to the refinished hardwood floors and cozy finished basement. Off the kitchen is a spacious deck and stone patio—plenty of […] The Three Best Open Houses This Weekend: March 25-26 was first published on Washingtonian.
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ELLEs 7th Annual Women In Washington Celebration Draws Both The Powerful & Pretty To Fiola Mare

Mar 24 2:19pm Washingtonian
Fashion and food were the toast of the town on Wednesday evening, as ELLE magazine hosted its 7th annual “Women In Washington” dinner at Georgetown’s Fiola Mare. The top-rated eatery was closed to regular diners for the special occasion, which was produced in partnership with Italian design house Bottega Veneta, and saw more than 50 […] ELLE’s 7th Annual “Women In Washington” Celebration Draws Both The Powerful & Pretty To Fiola Mare was first published on Washingtonian.
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Trump was right after all about the Obama administration wiretaps

Mar 24 1:30pm TheHill - Most Popular
OPINION | The curious thing about President Trump is that his method and language in communications often mask legitimate issues or concerns.
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Comet Ping Pong Shooter Pleads Guilty

Mar 24 1:07pm Washingtonian
Edgar Maddison Welch, a 28-year-old North Carolina resident, pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to two felony counts stemming from an incident last December in which he fired a semi-automatic rifle inside the Comet Ping Pong pizza restaurant in upper Northwest DC. Welch admitted to a federal charge of transporting a firearm and ammunition across state […] Comet Ping Pong Shooter Pleads Guilty was first published on Washingtonian.
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Gloria Gaynor on Performing at the Library of Congress and the Legacy of I Will Survive

Mar 24 11:34am Washingtonian
It was October 1978, and Gloria Gaynor was wearing a back brace, recovering from spinal surgery. But that didn’t stop her from heading to the studio to churn out new music. She was getting ready to record a new song, called “I Will Survive.” Nearly 40 years later, the song itself has more than survived. It has been […] Gloria Gaynor on Performing at the Library of Congress and the Legacy of “I Will Survive” was first published on Washingtonian.
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5 DC Arches That You Need in Your Instagram Feed

Mar 24 11:10am Washingtonian
In DC’s federal core, arches, like columns, are inescapable. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t sprinkled throughout the wider city’s architecture, as well. Here are some of the best arch shots we’ve seen. From the metro adventures. Another story of the "hmmmmm where am I? North East where?" A post shared by A I D Y (@idcuack) on […] 5 DC Arches That You Need in Your Instagram Feed was first published on Washingtonian.
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What Washington Loves To Hate, According to a New Dating App

Mar 24 11:01am Washingtonian
After seeing a friend swipe through a new dating app called Hater, which matches users based on mutual objects of loathing, I started wondering about what got my fellow Washingtonians into a tizzy. Was everyone as piqued by the people who park in the bike lane as I was? I hit up the folks who run the app to learn […] What Washington Loves To Hate, According to a New Dating App was first published on Washingtonian.
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April 2017: Washington Real Estate Right Now

Mar 24 10:55am Washingtonian
Washington Real Estate Right Now The places, people, trends, and secrets you need to know to master the market right now. Edited by Marisa M. Kashino. Subscribe to the Magazine FEATURES How to Sell a $12-Billion House Inside the highly entertaining world of Nancy Taylor Bubes, real-estate agent to DC’s super-rich and the top-selling agent […] April 2017: Washington Real Estate Right Now was first published on Washingtonian.
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Thanks for hanging out at the 2017 Vasa Ride!

Mar 24 10:47am Washington Area Bicyclist Association
This past Sunday, WABA hosted the 2017 Vasa Ride. Although it was a little cold, a little breezy, and a bit rainy for the first part of the day, the ride was still AWESOME and over 300 riders joined us for blueberry soup at the House of Sweden! Like all WABA Signature Rides, 100\% of your […]...
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Mike Isabella Opens His Most Ambitious Restaurant Yet: Arroz

Mar 24 9:29am Washingtonian
Since opening Graffiato six years ago, restaurateur Mike Isabella has rapidly built an empire that currently includes eight full-service restaurants that range from Mexican (Pepita) to Mediterranean (Kapnos)—not to mention a handful of concessions at airports and Nationals Park, and a forthcoming upscale food hall in Tysons Galleria. When Arroz opens on Monday, the Spanish […] Mike Isabella Opens His Most Ambitious Restaurant Yet: Arroz was first published on Washingtonian.
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Inside the Beltway: It pays to be a Republican: 77% are happy with their finances says Gallup

Mar 23 10:20pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Inside the Beltway
Republicans have become significantly more positive about their financial situation, while Democrats have grown more negative about theirs. Seven in 10 Republicans and Republican leaners are feeling 'pretty good' about the amount of money they have to spend, up from 44 percent in October 2016. Meanwhile, the percentage of Democrats ...
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John Thompson III's name, Georgetown tradition should have bought coach more time

Mar 23 9:03pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Georgetown Hoyas
ANALYSIS/OPINION: Georgetown University's alumni may have found out something about themselves while they secretly worked to force the school to fire John Thompson III as head basketball coach. They're no different than the Louisville alumni who protected basketball coach Rick Pitino during the school's recruiting sex scandal, where basketball officials ...
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Patrick Ewing tops big names to consider for Georgetown job

Mar 23 9:01pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Georgetown Hoyas
John Thompson III's departure opens one of the country's highest-profile coaching jobs at at a time when Indiana and Oklahoma State are also in the market. Georgetown isn't talking publicly about potential replacements, but there is at least one alumnus who comes up consistently in any discussion of the Hoyas, ...
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It pays to be a Republican: 77% are happy about their finances

Mar 23 8:32pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Inside the Beltway
Republicans have become significantly more positive about their financial situation, while Democrats have grown more negative about theirs. Seven in 10 Republicans and Republican leaners are feeling 'pretty good' about the amount of money they have to spend, up from 44 percent in October 2016. Meanwhile, the percentage of Democrats ...
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Metro Doesnt Want You to Walk on the Escalator. Thats Not Going to Happen

Mar 23 6:09pm Washingtonian
Paul Wiedefeld has finally gone and done it. Not because the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, of which Wiedefeld is general manager, announced Thursday that it will be raising fares for the first time since 2014 while also reducing bus and suburban rail service, but for something that could upend DC’s social compact far more […] Metro Doesn’t Want You to Walk on the Escalator. That’s Not Going to Happen was first published on Washingtonian.
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GSA Says Trump Organization Is in Compliance With Hotel Lease

Mar 23 4:06pm Washingtonian
The Trump Organization is in compliance with its lease with the federal government to operate the Old Post Office as a hotel, the General Services Administration wrote in a letter today to the New York real-estate and hospitality company. The letter appears to settle weeks of uncertainty over a clause in the lease that stipulates that […] GSA Says Trump Organization Is in Compliance With Hotel Lease was first published on Washingtonian.
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DCs Largest, Non-Political Black Tie Event Celebrates 30 Years

Mar 23 3:02pm Washingtonian
One of DC’s can’t-miss events, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Leukemia Ball, celebrated its 30th Anniversary on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The Leukemia Ball reigns as one of the Washington, D.C. area’s largest, non-political black tie events, bringing together business, philanthropic and community leaders to support the fight […] DC’s Largest, Non-Political Black Tie Event Celebrates 30 Years was first published on Washingtonian.
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Take a First Look Inside the Most Expensive Condos in DC

Mar 23 2:21pm Washingtonian
After two years of renovations, the 32 luxe condos inside Woodley Park’s historic Wardman Tower are nearly done. If it sells for anywhere close to list price, the building’s most expensive unit—a $9.5 million penthouse—would shatter the previous record for most expensive condo sold in Washington, currently held by an $8.65 million penthouse at the Parc Somerset in Chevy Chase. The residences […] Take a First Look Inside the Most Expensive Condos in DC was first published on Washingtonian.
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The 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds in DC

Mar 23 2:00pm Washingtonian
Thinking of getting a furry friend? Or just down to look at some dog photos for National Puppy Day? The American Kennel Club has just released its rankings of the most popular breeds in 2016. Unsurprisingly, the family-friendly and always-Instagram-ready Labrador Retriever is the most popular type of pooch in both DC and the entire country, a title […] The 5 Most Popular Dog Breeds in DC was first published on Washingtonian.
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John Thompson III out at Georgetown

Mar 23 1:45pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Georgetown Hoyas
  According to ESPN and longtime Washington sports blogger Ben Standig, John Thompson III is out as the head coach of the Georgetown Hoyas. The story broke on the CasualHoyas website and was tweeted minutes later by ESPN. The Hoyas finished a disappointing 14-18 this season. ...
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Protected: Architecture of an Asylum, now open at the National Building Museum

Mar 23 1:40pm Washingtonian
There is no excerpt because this is a protected Article. Protected: Architecture of an Asylum, now open at the National Building Museum was first published on Washingtonian.
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David Bradley is Selling this Watergate Building

Mar 23 11:03am Washingtonian
David Bradley, owner of Atlantic Media, is selling Watergate 600 to Washington REIT for $135 million. The 12-story office building is one of six buildings within the famous Watergate complex. Nearly half of it is occupied by Atlantic Media under a long-term lease, according to an announcement of the pending sale from Washington REIT. Its new owner plans to continue renovating the […] David Bradley is Selling this Watergate Building was first published on Washingtonian.
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Like Tiki? Try Cotton & Reeds Allspice Dram

Mar 23 10:42am Washingtonian
“Herbalist and Cocktail Specialist” Lukas Smith is behind the recipes for Cotton & Reed‘s white and dry-spiced rums, but the distiller’s soon-to-be-released allspice dram is his “favorite child.” So, what the heck is allspice dram anyway? “Traditionally, it’s rum sweetened with molasses and spiked with allspice and clove,” says Smith. “And for the most part, I […] Like Tiki? Try Cotton & Reed’s Allspice Dram was first published on Washingtonian.
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Things to Do in DC This Weekend (March 23-26): Artomatic Returns, Improv at Wolf Trap, and a Harry Potter Party

Mar 23 9:29am Washingtonian
THURSDAY, MARCH 23 MUSIC The 1960s English rock band the Zombies are most known for their hit song “Time of the Season,” which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in 1967. It later came out on the album Odessey and Oracle in 1968, but by that point, the band had broken up due to low […] Things to Do in DC This Weekend (March 23-26): Artomatic Returns, Improv at Wolf Trap, and a Harry Potter Party was first published on Washingtonian.
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Just In Time for Peak Bloom: 23 Cherry Blossom-Inspired Styles for Spring

Mar 23 9:04am Washingtonian
When Washington’s beloved cherry blossoms would hit peak bloom has been more of a guessing game than usual this year. An unusually warm February sent them hurtling toward a potentially record-early bloom. But a cold snap, snowstorm, and subsequent deep freeze set them back and diminished the entire crop of trees. Given the erratic weather patterns and other […] Just In Time for Peak Bloom: 23 Cherry Blossom-Inspired Styles for Spring was first published on Washingtonian.
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Top Dem calls for investigation into House Intelligence chairman

Mar 23 8:17am TheHill - Most Popular
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) on Thursday called for an investigation into House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), who bypassed the panel to brief President Trump on information related to U.S. survei...
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Chef Aaron Silverman In Talks To Take Over Capitol Hill Bayou Bakery

Mar 23 8:07am Washingtonian
Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery will close its Capitol Hill location after two years, and Rose’s Luxury and Pineapple and Pearls chef and owner Aaron Silverman has signed a letter of intent to assume its lease. Bayou Bakery opened in the historical carriage house near Eastern Market in May of 2015, serving New Orleans cafe fare from […] Chef Aaron Silverman In Talks To Take Over Capitol Hill Bayou Bakery was first published on Washingtonian.
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Inside the Beltway: The yearn to return to 1950s-era culture

Mar 22 8:42pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Inside the Beltway
There's some hearty applause out there for President Trump's recent decision to defund the nation's large-scale cultural providers that have held sway over public broadcasting, environmental film festivals and other creative outlets for decades. Those opposed to the idea have already staged multiple public rallies and organized public petitions. MoveOn.org ...
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Defy the Stereotype: Drink #RosAllDay All Year

Mar 22 5:41pm HungryLobbyist.com
It’s almost the season again for those three magic words: rosé all day. Or, as Chateau d’Esclans winemaker Paul Chevalier taught us, there’s no right or wrong season for the increasingly popular drink. In his words “You drink champagne in winter, right? Why not rosé?”. As a big fan of rosé in the summer […] The post Defy the Stereotype: Drink #RoséAllDay All Year appeared first on HungryLobbyist.com.
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The Weird And Wonderful At Honeysuckle

Mar 22 5:38pm HungryLobbyist.com
You don’t even need to walk into Honeysuckle to know there’s something a little different about this place. From its street entrance – on M Street, just south of DuPont Circle – diners walk down a flight of stairs to enter the actual dining room. It’s on that walk down […] The post The Weird And Wonderful At Honeysuckle appeared first on HungryLobbyist.com.
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Pink Tie Party Kicks Off Cherry Blossom Season

Mar 22 5:36pm Washingtonian
The National Cherry Blossom Festival’s Pink Tie Party presented by All Nippon Airways (ANA) kicked off the season of the blossoms in style. On Thursday, March 16, hundreds of partygoers donned their finest “Pink Tie” cocktail attire at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Guests experienced five-star service in ANA’s business class cabins, […] Pink Tie Party Kicks Off Cherry Blossom Season was first published on Washingtonian.
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Launch of Artomatic Largest Art Exhibit in DC Area!

Mar 22 5:34pm HungryLobbyist.com
On Friday, March 24th you should have one thing on your calendar, and that is attending the opening night of Artomatic – A place where over 600 artists, musicians and performers will be gathered to celebrate local creativity on 7 different floors! And… its FREE to the public. The exhibit […] The post Launch of Artomatic – Largest Art Exhibit in DC Area! appeared first on HungryLobbyist.com.
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Craving Italian-American? Rosario Is Now Open in Adams Morgan

Mar 22 2:48pm Washingtonian
Long before he was making pulled pork and smoked wings at Smoke and Barrel, chef Logan McGear cooked Italian food in his home state of Arkansas. Rosario Patti, a Sicilian native who passed away in 2009, was his mentor. McGear is now paying tribute to his former boss with an Italian-American restaurant named Rosario, which opened Monday in Adams Morgan. […] Craving Italian-American? Rosario Is Now Open in Adams Morgan was first published on Washingtonian.
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Trump Continues One-Man War on Washingtons Columns at Building Museum

Mar 22 2:40pm Washingtonian
President Trump got on stage at the National Building Museum for a Republican Party fundraiser Tuesday night, and immediately jumped into one of his most comfortable subject areas: architecture criticism. “This is a hell of a big room, eh,” Trump said. “That’s far back. Can you see over there? See, I would’ve gotten rid of these […] Trump Continues One-Man War on Washington’s Columns at Building Museum was first published on Washingtonian.
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Everything You Need to Know About Food This Week

Mar 22 1:50pm Washingtonian
Every week, Washingtonian food editor Jessica Sidman rehashes the latest news from Washington’s food and drink scene in a newsletter, which you can subscribe to here. Hi there, Food Editor Jessica Sidman here. Well, the cherry blossoms might be a bit of a bust this year, but the Cherry Blossom Bar is going strong. Crowds have waited up […] Everything You Need to Know About Food This Week was first published on Washingtonian.
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The Mean Girls Musical Will Premiere at the National Theatre on October 31

Mar 22 11:11am Washingtonian
The highly anticipated Mean Girls musical will debut in October at the National Theatre. Film fans and musical fans alike will be able to enjoy the millennial classic onstage with a book by Tina Fey, who wrote the script for the 2006 film and music and lyrics by her husband, 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt […] The Mean Girls Musical Will Premiere at the National Theatre on October 31 was first published on Washingtonian.
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Looking for a Cheap or Low-Calorie Salad for Lunch? We Made a Tool to Help You

Mar 22 10:44am Washingtonian
Lots of office workers choose salad as their lunch because of its convenience and healthiness. Comparing to a sandwich, salad usually has a higher price but lower calories. We collected price and calorie data on salads from five popular restaurants. Pick your favorite protein the finder will show you where you can get either the cheapest salad or the […] Looking for a Cheap or Low-Calorie Salad for Lunch? We Made a Tool to Help You was first published on Washingtonian.
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The Girls Of Poland And Ukraine

Mar 22 10:00am Roosh V
I invite Eastern European travel expert Kyle Trouble for a comprehensive discussion on Polish and Ukrainian girls, in addition to examining each country’s culture and living standard. We focus on sharing the ideal type of game that is necessary to succeed for both casual encounters and long-term relationships that could lead to marriage and family […]...
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DC Distiller Names Whiskey After Hillary Clinton

Mar 22 9:42am Washingtonian
Leading up to the election, Republic Restoratives owners Pia Carusone and Rachel Gardner wanted to create a product that would celebrate who they thought would be the first female president. Plus, it seemed fitting: Hillary Clinton has been known to throw back the occasional whiskey. So, they came up with the idea for Rodham Rye, which would launch around the […] DC Distiller Names Whiskey After Hillary Clinton was first published on Washingtonian.
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Trumps Move to Defund the NEA Would Deeply Impact DCs Artists and Cultural Organizations

Mar 22 7:30am Washingtonian
President Trump confirmed many arts organizations’ fears last week when the White House proposed a budget that seeks to eliminate the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities. While the combined annual costs of the endowments—about $300 million—accounts for a hair of the government’s $1.1 trillion in annual discretionary spending, the grants these agencies provide are often vital for local […] Trump’s Move to Defund the NEA Would Deeply Impact DC’s Artists and Cultural Organizations was first published on Washingtonian.
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Tillerson: 'I didn't want this job'

Mar 21 10:42pm TheHill - Most Popular
When asked why he agreed to take on the position of secretary of State, Tillerson said his wife told me I'm supposed to do this. ...
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Inside the Beltway: Wayne LaPierre issues a call to battle

Mar 21 8:24pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Inside the Beltway
Along with other conservative stalwarts, National Rifle Association Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre was summoned to the White House in early February for a strategy session with particular focus on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. LaPierre was seated right next to ...
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These Artists Are Trying to Keep DC a Chocolate City

Mar 21 3:38pm Washingtonian
The small and inviting Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center might be one of Washington’s less-famous museums. Right now, though, two of its three galleries are filled with colorful art and local artifacts seeking to preserve DC’s heritage. One room is filled with paintings by Florida Avenue Grill owner Imar Hutchins from his “Sacred Cows” series. Another […] These Artists Are Trying to Keep DC a Chocolate City was first published on Washingtonian.
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Dolcezza Is Giving Away Free Gelato for Yayoi Kusamas Birthday Tomorrow

Mar 21 9:31am Washingtonian
A Dolcezza pop-up has been serving coffee and gelato to crowds waiting to see Yayoi Kusama‘s “Infinity Mirrors” at the Hirshhorn since the exhibit’s opening. Now, the gelato shop is celebrating the renowned Japanese artist’s 88th birthday by releasing a new “infinity” flavor, which you can get a free scoop of on Wednesday if you wear Kusama-inspired polka […] Dolcezza Is Giving Away Free Gelato for Yayoi Kusama’s Birthday Tomorrow was first published on Washingtonian.
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You Cant Bribe Your Way Into The Cherry Blossom Bar

Mar 21 8:30am Washingtonian
It’s 6:30 pm on a Friday, and 38 people are already in line. Never mind that it’s 45 degrees and starting to drizzle. Never mind that it’s St. Patrick’s Day. Everyone wants to get into the Cherry Blossom Super Mario Bar. Inside, it’s an Instagrammer’s dream: pink and white faux-flowers canopy the ceiling in one room, […] You Can’t Bribe Your Way Into The Cherry Blossom Bar was first published on Washingtonian.
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DCs Badass Rescue Dogs Will Save You Anywhere, Anytime

Mar 21 8:00am Washingtonian
In 1985, an earthquake struck Mexico City. It registered 8.1 on the Richter scale and killed at least 5,000 people. But one of its less dramatic effects lives on 32 years later in Washington: Fairfax County Fire and Rescue’s Virginia Task Force 1, the nation’s largest canine search-and-rescue team. The team’s origins date to the […] DC’s Badass Rescue Dogs Will Save You Anywhere, Anytime was first published on Washingtonian.
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How to Survive Fox News as a Resident Liberal

Mar 21 8:00am Washingtonian
Sean Hannity was trying to contain an increasingly screechy debate about the Trump family on a recent episode of his eponymous Fox News show. His two guests were discussing the protests at a New York preschool attended by President Trump’s grandson. “If I went after the Obama kids, I would probably have groups of people wanting […] How to Survive Fox News as a Resident Liberal was first published on Washingtonian.
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This Is the Year I Came Outas 55

Mar 21 7:30am Washingtonian
This is the year I’m coming out. Not as gay—I did that years ago. I’m coming out as 55. Something about that double digit is even more startling, and worth claiming, than 50. Reaching my half century was odd but felt no different than 49, even 45. Like many, I had a lot invested in […] This Is the Year I Came Out—as 55 was first published on Washingtonian.
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Inside the Beltway: Staying power: Still learning from Reagan

Mar 20 7:14pm www.washingtontimes.com stories: Inside the Beltway
Angry Democrats, biased news media, plus strategically manufactured outrage and chaos make for shrill politics these days. The political narrative appears to be constantly mutating from one thing to the next, willy-nilly. Luckily, there are still historians who pluck out valuable insights from those stalwarts who navigated difficult terrain in ...
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Tomi Lahren suspended at The Blaze: report

Mar 20 5:26pm TheHill - Most Popular
Glenn Beck's The Blaze has suspended host Tomi Lahren, according to a Monday report.Lahren's program, Tomi, is suspended for at least a week beginning Monday, multiple unnamed sources told ...
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Heres Jeff Bezos Playing Around in a Huge Robotic Suit

Mar 20 4:16pm Washingtonian
How did you spend your weekend? If you’re Jeff Bezos, the chief executive of Amazon and owner of the Washington Post, you spent part of it inside a 14-foot-tall robotic suit. I just got to pilot an awesome (and huge) robot thanks to Hankook Mirae Technology. Nice! #MARS2017 pic.twitter.com/MvN6ghEYFi — Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) March 20, […] Here’s Jeff Bezos Playing Around in a Huge Robotic Suit was first published on Washingtonian.
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Food Money Sex: 51 Shades of Missionary

Mar 20 2:44pm Washingtonian
In Food Money Sex, we ask anonymous Washingtonians to diary the food they ate, the money they spent, and the sex they had over the course of their weekends. On Mondays, we put it on the internet. This week: Does: Self-employed, 51 Lives: Capitol Hill, with my fiancée. Is: Male. Makes: $70,000. Married? Engaged to my fiancée. Food: Friday: No […] Food Money Sex: 51 Shades of Missionary was first published on Washingtonian.
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MM.LaFleur Showroom Opening A Cant Miss Party For Women With Better Things To Do

Mar 20 2:44pm Washingtonian
The District’s growing ranks of time-starved women professionals were gifted a much needed dose of relief last week, thanks to the opening of a permanent new MM.LaFleur showroom downtown. Founder and CEO Sarah Miyazawa LaFleur started the workwear brand (she named it after her mother) in 2013, along with fellow management consultant Narie Foster and […] MM.LaFleur Showroom Opening A Can’t Miss Party For Women With “Better Things To Do” was first published on Washingtonian.
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Washingtonian Brunch & Bloodys 2017

Mar 20 1:21pm Washingtonian
Washington’s favorite brunch event is back! Join us for Brunch & Bloodys, a delicious day filled with bottomless brunch and Bloody Marys from the top-rated restaurants featured in Washingtonian’s Breakfast & Brunch issue. You’ll sample both sweet and savory bites, sip tasty cocktails, enjoy live music, and more!     Washingtonian Brunch & Bloodys 2017 was first published on Washingtonian.
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A New DC True-Crime Podcast About the Lyon Sisters Debuts Today

Mar 20 1:03pm Washingtonian
The mysterious disappearance in 1975 of 12-year-old Sheila Lyon and her ten-year-old sister Katharine shook Washington. The perplexing case stymied investigators and forced area parents to rethink their children’s safety for decades. Although a Virginia man, Lloyd Lee Welch Jr., is awaiting trial on murder charges for the Lyon sisters’ deaths, many questions about the case remain unanswered. WTOP […] A New DC True-Crime Podcast About the Lyon Sisters Debuts Today was first published on Washingtonian.
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Billions Of Egos Dance For Your Attention

Mar 20 10:00am Roosh V
I wake up every day around noon. Instead of leaving bed, like many normal people have to do, I grab a book and lay under the covers. I read twenty pages of a work that took some man hundreds of hours to complete, and possibly thousands if you account for the expertise he had to develop […]...
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