The Economist Makes a Point with Free Coffee

The Economist Branded Coffee Cart Around Washington D.C. to Offer Passersby Free Cup of Coffee and the Option to Turn Used Grounds into Compost WHO: The Economist, a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs, will be bringing its consumer engagement program, “Grounds for Change,” to Washington, D.C. on April 16th, as part of…

POUND with Stomp and DC Brau on April 18

POUND® Icon Amanda Schmidt for a very special POUND class brought to you by STOMP at the amazing DC Brau brewery. POUND is the world’s first cardio jam session inspired by the infectious and energetic fun of playing the drums.  Designed for all fitness levels, we can’t wait for you to join us in MAKING NOISE to celebrate the…

New Year’s Eve Dinner: Oysters and Champagne Edition

For those looking to enjoy dining out on New Year’s Eve (as opposed to waiting for parties or galas to start), the Clyde’s restaurant group has a few tasty deals available, especially if your tastes are for the sea! SHELLFISH & CHAMPAGNE Old Ebbitt Grill, Clyde’s of Gallery Place, Clyde’s at Mark Center, Clyde’s of…

Rent the Runway: So Easy to Love

Rent the Runway.  Sounds glamorous,  n’est-ce pas?  I recently signed up for a one month trial of Rent the Runway Unlimited.  Imagine the Netflix DVD service plus high end shopping.  You choose the item you want to wear, you wear it, and you return it through the mail or in a locker around the city.  Then new…

Superfine! Brings Approachable Art to DC

On October 31st, Washington DC will get the art fair it deserves as Superfine! DC’s inaugural edition lands at Dock 5 in the Union Market neighborhood. The four-and-a-half-day fair will bring with it countless ways to experience, discover, and collect emerging contemporary art at all price points and levels of experience. Seventy unique exhibitions from…

The Story of a Tiny Lady Making a BIG Impact Returns to DC!

The award-winning documentary BIG SONIA, which previously played in Congress on Holocaust Remembrance Day, will return to DC for a free screening at the Library on Congress on October 9.   What: Free screening of documentary BIG SONIA When: Tuesday, October 9 at 6:00pm Where: Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building – Coolidge Auditorium   Learn more…

DC Food Recovery Week Brings Learning and Events October 21 – 28

Wide variety of events focus on cutting waste, feeding more people Get ready to save some food! DC Food Recovery Week is just around the corner. From Saturday, October 21 to Saturday, October 28, events across the region will spotlight, celebrate and advocate for all the ways we can reduce food waste and feed more…

Unexpected Things To Do In D.C.

Washingon, D.C. is an incredibly attractive destination for tourists. Sure, it can be uncomfortably hot or cold at certain times of the year, and yes, the traffic can be a nightmare. But the American capital is breathtaking to behold in person, built as a combination of a modern city and a cluster of monuments that…

Impress Yourself with Cameron Hughes Wines

Let’s face it: drinking wine in DC is a pretty ego-centric affair.  Unlike ordering your own cocktail, the choice of wine can be more about what you think others will like than what you like yourself.  And it can be nerve wracking to try to select a wine others will enjoy.  The only way to know…