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Fountain At Lafayette Park

They say, “You haven’t seen DC until you’ve seen it at night.” This photo by Emmanuel proves the statement to be true.

Adams Morgan: “What’s in a name?”

“What’s in a name?” The answer to that question may have been “very little” for star-crossed lovers Romeo & Juliet but, in the case of a trendy DC neighborhood, the answer is “everything”.

Eastern Market Metro Ceiling

Photographer Emmanuel, shares his unique perspective of Capital Hill through his lens.

City Flicks (New Feature)

Amatuer and professional photographers, this is your chance to get a little shine and show us how YOU VIEW the Nation’s Capital.

Chocolate City: The Original DC Anthem

Many people are familiar with “Welcome To DC”–the hard-driving anthem for the nation’s capital–by a popular Go-Go music group called Mambo Sauce. But long before residents were blasting the current anthem in their ipods, people bumped the original DC anthem on 8-track tapes.

Capital Fact: The DC Vote

DC is a hip and cosmopolitan town. But, the city’s history isn’t quite as progressive when it comes to the vote.

The Whitelaw (Then & Now)

The Whitelaw isn’t just an ordinary apartment building. Like many of the old buildings in the District, has a rich and unique history.

Federal Triangle–”Hooker’s Division”

Today, Federal Triangle is known for impressive buildings that house promiment government offices. But once upon a time, it was a notorious part of town.

Capital Fact: The BIG Chair

Ever wondered, “Why the heck is a gigantic chair propped in the middle of Anacostia?” We went digging and found the answer…

Capital Fact: Belafonte’s “Big Break”

Did you know legendary singer/actor/activist Harry Belafonte’ got his start right here in DC? And that’s only half the story…

Firefly: The Urban Picnic Experience

by April Watts Firefly, located in the posh DuPont Circle area, is one of those rare establishments that lend its patrons a TOTAL dining experience. From mouth-watering cuisine to whimsical décor and unmatched ambiance, this restaurant appeals to all your senses. Executive Chef Daniel Bortnick has found the perfect alchemy between upscale, contemporary American cuisine [...]

Cheap Eats: Amsterdam Falafel

By Poet Taylor Got some Euros to spend….or maybe the itch for a little European flavor? Look no further than Adams Morgan staple, Amsterdam Falafel. This establishment prides itself on giving it’s clientele a hot meal on the go. Not to mention satisfying your late night needs of cheap eats and desires of a full [...]

Cheap Eats: Ben’s Chili Bowl

 by Poet Taylor What’s 100% wind powered, 51 years old and has a story as celebrated as the street it sits on? Ben’s Chili Bowl of course! The now world famous DC eatery, started supplying customers with their mouth watering chili, the same year Dr. Martin Luther King published his first book and Griffith Stadium [...]

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