Don’t Miss the Outdoor Fun at Farragut Fridays

The 43-square-block area that stretches from Lafayette Park on the south all the way up to Logan Circle to the north is known locally as the Golden Triangle. Recently, this booming neighborhood’s business improvement district has worked to showcase the neighborhood’s 24-hour appeal by hosting Farragut Friday events. Events begin in the mid-morning and conclude late in the evening all…

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Get to Training for The Fast & The Fierce 5K on August 25

Mark your calendar for August 25 to support the National Zoo with their first ever The Fast & The Fierce 5K. With summer flying by, there aren’t many more chances to take advantage of our gorgeous city and attractions. This race is a great opportunity to get outside, get physical, and help the animals, all in one awesome event. The…

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Find Gluten-Free, Vegetarian Cake Pops at Baked by Yael

Baked by Yael might be DC’s first cakepoppery, but they serve so many more delicious treats that you find yourself going out of your way for a visit. Yael Krigman started her baking business with an online store and specialty orders, and the first brick and mortar location opened in 2015. The business has been thriving, due mostly to her…

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“Marking the Infinite” at The Philips Collection: Art by the Aboriginal Women of Australia

When the women of aboriginal Australia first tiptoed into the art world, their presence went unnoticed. They worked under their husbands and fathers, rarely receiving the recognition they deserved for the role they played. That all changed in the 1980s when these female artists began to step out and create their own masterpieces. Marking the Infinite at The Philips Collection…

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