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September 7, 2017

Don’t Miss the Free Events at This Year’s DC Shorts Film Festival Sept. 7-17

Now through September 17th, you can do something a little different with your lunch break thanks to the DC Shorts Film Festival. It's showcasing 19 short productions (all 20 minutes or less) by local filmmakers at the E Street Landmark Theatres over your lunch break, and tickets are free. The free lunchtime show is just one of many ways that... continue reading

August 28, 2017

Sip Something Sweet at Anxo Cidery

Anxo Cidery, which just opened five weeks ago in the Brightwood neighborhood, is a trendy cider production facility and tasting room where Spanish tapas pair with artisan beverages. The new space houses three oak casks from the Chianti region of Italy plus two 1,000 gallon fermentation tanks. The modern industrial-style tasting room features a 13-seat bar and outdoor patio with... continue reading

August 24, 2017

Sip on Literature-Inspired Cocktails at the Newly Opened Library Tavern in DC

Vintage books, a retro gramophone, and other antiques line the walls at Library Tavern, making the meaning of its name pretty obvious. Between the old-school embellishments and the cocktails named after literary greats, Library Tavern lives up to its moniker. Even though it only opened a few weeks ago, DC dwellers are already buzzing about its delightful atmosphere, creative cocktails,... continue reading

August 8, 2017

Choose From a Variety of Toppings at Pieology Pizzeria

Pieology Pizzeria is a make-your-own pizza eatery located on Elm Street in Bethesda. Touting more than “78 billion pizza possibilities,” this is the perfect pizzeria for folks who love having practically endless options. Building your pizza at Pieology starts with choosing your crust: house-made white or whole wheat, or gluten-free. Then, it’s time to select your sauce, including herb butter,... continue reading

August 2, 2017

Don’t Miss the Last Few Days of the Capital Fringe Festival

There’s still time to enjoy the events associated with Capital Fringe Festival! Running now through July 30th, Capital Fringe Festival aims to develop the D.C. community through the broadening of culture, specifically with regards to independent, Fringe theater, music, dance, and art. The festival also hopes to make D.C. a destination for independent artists, and in turn enrich the lives... continue reading