Budget-conscious foodies, prepare your palates for a week of tantalization that won’t empty your pockets. Over 200 of the city’s finest dining establishments are participating in DC Summer Restaurant Week from August 16th – 22nd.
I have narrowed down the hottest spots in the District to eat one of my favorite dishes–SUSHI. But only one restaurant can emerge as the Top Spot. The winner will receive special recognition from WHW. Cast your vote today!
The William L. Slayton House is a gorgeous, International Style home located in the Cleveld Park neighborhood of Washington, DC. It was designed by architect I.M. Pei in the late 1950′s and was listed on the National Register of Historic places in 2008.
The original “Bad Boy of R&B” aka “The Brown Bomber” aka the self-proclaimed “King of R&B” was spotted today in Adams Morgan at The Diner. A man’s gotta eat! Especially if he’s going to give a good performance tonight at the Tape Deck Throwback concert at Constitution Hall. Bobby is one-third of the group “Heads of State”, which also consists of New Edition compadres Ralph Tresvant and Johnny Gill.
Its an election year and, once again, District politicians are vying for position. Vincent Orange is in the running for DC Council Chair. This morning, pedestrian Mykal Gomez spotted Orange supporters campaigning in Friendship Heights.
During the week of July 19 through 25, 2010, Hudson Restaurant & Lounge will feature Gulf Coast and Louisiana inspired dishes and re-creating Classic New Orleans cocktails from their bar, to increase awareness to this area’s fishing communities.
We love this picture! An actual piece of the Berlin Wall is on permanent exhibit at the Newseum. Enjoy the photo, but we encourage you to go see it in real life. The Newseum is located at 555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20001
Quite a few cities (and states) are famous for a dish or cuisine. Philly is known for its cheesesteak. New York and Chicago have pizza on lock. The Maryland crab cake is world famous, while Louisianna and jambalaya are virtually synonymous. As a DC-native and self-proclaimed foodie, I find it bothersome that my hometown—the Nation’s Capital—is not famous for any particular food.
It’s true that you haven’t seen DC (and surrounding areas) until you’ve seen it at night. The Masonic Temple in Old Town Alexandria is a marvel as it sits, perfectly lit, atop a hill on Callahan drive. At nightfall, take a ride or even a stroll down King Street and you’ll be provided a perfect view of the George Washington Masonic Memorial.
Last Saturday, Tigerlily Foundation held its annual DIVA Night Out event at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. It was a beautiful, garden affair hosted by WJLA anchor Cynne’ Simpson, CW personality Paul Wharton, and BET producer & personality Angel Elliott.
This week is Ethiopia Week, in the District. In celebration of the East African nation, there will be numerous activities including a free trip to Ethiopia promotion on WPGC 95.5, a Travel Expo and restaurant specials the entire week.
For a true movie-buff, a night at the cinema is much more than seeing a good flick. If you have never visited the Uptown Theater, your local movie-going experience is seriously lacking.
It’s been rough these last few years, but the Washington Redskins have a history of glory to which we are destined to return. Hail to the Redskins!!
Photographer extraordinaire Emmanuel Calvin Fisher provides another installment of his “DC At Night” series. Through his lens, Chinatown looks amazing after dark!
See the oldest standing building in Washington, DC sits in the heart of Georgetown? Take a look at “The Old Stone House” then and now…