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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

May 17, 2018

Watch a Live Podcast and Grab Breakfast at Chatter

Most restaurants don't have their own recording studio in-house, but Chatter isn't most restaurants. Its studio hosts the almost-daily recording of the Tony Kornheiser podcast, led by the seasoned sports and entertainment commentator. Come watch Tony at work in the morning and then stick around for some breakfast grub. Dig into the Breakfast of Champions Bowl, loaded with breakfast potatoes,... continue reading

May 7, 2018

Deepen Your Practice at a 10-Week Lil Omm Yoga Course

Pleasance Silicki wants to create a space where women can really grow in their yoga practice and deepen their experience, which is why she exclusively offers 10-week yoga courses at Lil Omm Yoga. The current course is up at the end of May, which means she'll invite a new group of yogis to take advantage of her expertise this summer.... continue reading

April 27, 2018

Indulge in a European Pastry at Bread & Chocolate

Croissants filled with chocolate. Gooey chunks of monkey bread. Muffins flecked with blueberries. Bread & Chocolate takes dessert seriously, as evidenced by decadent treats like these, but not so seriously that you have to eat your dinner first. In fact, all of these pastries—and many more—are on the breakfast menu alongside artisan coffee drinks and tea. If you're looking for... continue reading

April 25, 2018

Enjoy Authentic Mediterranean Food at Sababa

In Hebrew, the word "sababa" means "cool" or "great," so it's a fitting moniker for Sababa, a DC eatery that opened about four weeks ago. You might find yourself uttering the exclamation when you walk into the space, which was designed to evoke Tel Aviv. Its colorful Mediterranean tiles and sails hanging overhead do just that. Start your meal with... continue reading