Washington DC

Tucked away in the high traffic Penn Quarter area of DC, Poste restaurant serves fine French cuisine.  Chances are you’ve passed the restaurant several times and never noticed it.  The front entrance is connected attached to Hotel Monaco and the side entrance is inconspicuous.  The wait staff is extremely knowledgeable of the menu.  The food […]

I recently had a delightfully sinful lunch at Farmers Fishers Bakers located at Washington DC’s Georgetown Harbor.  I’ve eaten dinner at this restaurant several times and decided to partake in their lunch offerings.  The fish tacos are the best I’ve had in my life (no exaggeration).  The calamari pizza was amazing and the kettle corn […]

If you have a picture of you with Chuck Brown submit to us on Twitter using the hashtag #welovechuck and we will show your image on the big screens at the Howard Theatre on 8/22! 

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Football! Football! Football! I know everyone is ready for football season to start and even more ready to see if the star Washington Football Team quarterback RGIII will be well enough to play once the season begins. Coaches and trainers want Robert Griffin III to be ready to play just as much as the fans […]

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The body of a child was found late Monday afternoon in Northeast Washington, and police sources said they believed it was the 7-year-old boy with autism who had been reported missing over the weekend. The body, thought to be that of  the missing boy Michael Kingsbury, was found in an automobile, where the boy lived. […]

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After leading D.C. police on a 90-minute chase through yards and thorn bushes, a small black bear was captured in Northwest Washington. The bear, which animal control officials which was found to beless than a year old, weighing less than 100 pounds and according to its size was described as  “very harmless,” The bear was caught near […]

If you’re in the Metro DC area and into shopping & socializing you don’t want to miss out on the 2nd Annual Purses with Power Auction and Social! Enjoy a Girls Night Out full of purses, fun, and surprises all for a great cause – furthering the mission of the Arthritis Foundation! This year’s ultimate Girls Night […]

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  The bicyclist that was attacked as he rode along the Metropolitan Branch Trail inn Northeast Washington late Tuesday afternoon was knocked off his bike and beaten by a group of approximately fifteen youths. Local police and a woman who rushed to help him reported that he was bleeding profusely and his left eye was […]

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Oprah Winfrey, the well renowned philanthropist and media superstar is donating $12 million to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.  Winfrey’s name will go on a 350-seat theater in recognition of her being the largest contributor to the Museum. Read more about Oprah’s ties to the museum from the Washington Post’s article. Oprah […]

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A suspicious substance found Tuesday in an envelope at the Jamaican Embassy was not hazardous. They reopened a street at Dupont Circle that had been closed for almost two hours. The closure of both lanes of the 1500 block of New Hampshire Ave. NW caused lunch-hour backups near dozens of restaurants and businesses. D.C. firefighters […]

Native Washingtonians know that we live in one of the most powerful and beautiful cities in the world. But would you fake your own death to visit it? Meet Jordan Renner. He did exactly that to get here. Read more about it here.