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July 13, 2018

This Year’s Capital Fringe Festival Runs From July 7 – 29

The Capital Fringe Festival is off and running with another successful year of celebrating independent, fringe artists from around the world. Running from July 7 through July 29, the festival aims to broaden DC culture with a variety of theater, music, dance, and art exhibitions. The schedule is jam-packed with all kinds of art forms, from sketch comedy performances and... continue reading

June 30, 2018

Find Quality Coffee and a Friendly Atmosphere at Coffee Nature

Loyal fans of local coffee shop Coffee Nature describe it as special, genuine, and the farthest thing from a corporate coffee chain. It all starts with the friendly baristas, who are happy to help you make a drink selection or top your specialty latte with expert foam art. The interior is cozy and comfortable, with funky art covering the walls... continue reading

June 26, 2018

The Best Spots to Watch Fourth of July Fireworks in DC

There are many excellent vantage points and interesting sites to catch DC’s Fourth of July celebrations, which typically begin at nightfall just after 9 p.m. From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to the plaza in front of the Jefferson Memorial, the National Mall is one of the best spots to watch fireworks. Grab your blanket, lawn chairs, and picnic... continue reading

June 22, 2018

Breads are Made (You Guessed It!) Fresh Daily at Fresh Baguette

Next time you find yourself craving something sweet, consider heading over to Fresh Baguette to satisfy your desire. This popular Bethesda bakery has built its reputation on buttery, flaky chocolate croissants, creamy custards, and macarons that customers say melt in your mouth. The bakery produces dozens of loaves each day, ranging from crusty baguettes, to braided challah, to apricot-and-fig studded... continue reading

June 1, 2018

Enjoy Some Culture This Weekend at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History

Come discover something new at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, even if it’s not your first trip. The collections and exhibits are never-ending, and give you plenty of reasons to stop in for an hour or a whole day. You can see everything from the Hope Diamond to ancient mummies to a live coral reef, and so much more.... continue reading

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