As if all the BBQ I could eat wasn’t enough of an incentive to be in the most festive of moods this Fourth of July holiday. I knew part of my holiday weekend included seeing Kid Cudi bless the stage at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. The last time I saw Cudi perform was in [...]
On Wednesday, July 20th (11am-9pm) get yourself some free — yes, free — Queso (6 oz) from participating Moe’s Southwest Grill locations.
Summer is here, which means many more outdoor activities are in store for you…so get ready! One of the biggest Summertime holidays is Independence Day. To commemorate this holiday, people celebrate with food, family, friends and anything involving the great outdoors. Here is some of what’s going on in the city: Smithsonian Folklife Festival at National Mall [...]
Sharing is caring! -Care Bears As a foodie-blogger who love love LOVES to take pictures of her meals — and then share them with the “social media” world, Guides for Food Bloggers by Bill Bailey was the perfect read. Since food trends are changing rapidly in the DC area, us bloggers need to keep abreast of what’s going [...]
On the weekend of Saturday June 18, upstart daddy blog, DaddysCool.com decided to make its mission and efforts of creating better images of fathers public by hosting an event called Candy Rocks at Liv Nightclub atop the historic Bohemian Caverns. Sponsored by the Law Offices of Duane O. King, Candy Rocks was promoted as a [...]
In February, we got “artsy-fartsy” with ARTventures on H! Now, its Summertime and — once again – CHAMPS – Capitol Hill’s Chamber of Commerce and H Street Main Street sponsor ARTventures on H. On Thursday, June 30th, ARTventures on H allows you to take a trip in the heart of the H Street Corridor. A Summer staycation that will make [...]
In honor of the father’s day holiday, DaddysCool.com, an online father-focused website and blog, will host their inaugural family day party, “Candy Rocks,” on Saturday, June 18, 2011 from 2pm – 5pm at Liv (2001 11th NW, Washington, DC). The Candy Rocks event will serve as the official community launch of the DaddysCool.com website as [...]
DC has so much fun (and free!) stuff going on this Summer! You’ve read the recent Music Minute: Concerts at Carter Barron Amphitheater post, now check out this year’s FREE outdoor Summer movie theater selections:
The massive hole between 9th and 11th streets downtown, at the site of the old Convention Center, is slated to become the epicenter of retail shopping in the Distict. According to the “Downtown DC Shopping District 2011″ report, the 10-acre CityCenterDC mixed use development will accomodate a large amount of the $600 million in unmet shoppers’ goods retail demand.
Show off your “baby bump” at the ‘Baby Bash and Bling’!
Arguably one of the greatest bands of all time, Earth, Wind, & Fire recently visited the Duke Ellington School of the Arts as part of the Performance Series of Legends. The program has also featured the brilliance of comedian David Chapelle, opera singer Denyce Graves and musician Stevie Wonder.
Tigerlily Foundation is excited about hosting a unique event to kick-off their annual three-month fundraiser where local spas donate a proceeds from various treatments to Tigerlily Foundation. On March 10, 2011, join Tigerlily Foundation to mingle, enjoy special treatments and support a great cause.
Plan on popping the question on or around Valentine’s Day? Read this list if you want to make the moment unforgettable.
Do away with typical ideas and make this Valentine’s Day one for the books. Evan McArthur Kane provides a study guide of the ways and means to say “I love you,” in Washington, DC.
Looking for love (read: lust) in local places? Check out L. Denise’s quick list of easy-to-find aphrodisiacs: