Don’t Miss “HIVE” at the National Building Museum, Now Through September 4

Posted on August 8, 2017 by

HIVE is an exceptional new installation on display now through September 4 at The National Building Museum on F Street Northwest. This DC museum of architecture and design is always worth a visit, but this new exhibition is one you do not want to miss. What is HIVE? Well, it’s a huge temporary structure inside […]

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Celebrate America at the National Independence Day Parade

Posted on August 2, 2017 by

The Fourth of July is one of the best days to celebrate the United States, and what better way to do that than by watching the National Independence Day Parade? This one-mile march along Constitution Avenue is a short, but fun way to kick off the holiday festivities. The parade runs from 11:45 a.m. to […]

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Don’t Miss the City Open at Rock Creek Park Tennis Center Starting July 29

Posted on July 20, 2017 by

Check out the City Open at Rock Creek Park Tennis Center to enjoy elite tennis matches and so much more. The City Open brings some of the best tennis players in the world together for exciting matches, and while you’re there, enjoy tailgate parties, family events, and an array of clinics and activities. Head to […]

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The Nation We Build Together at National Museum of American History

Posted on July 14, 2017 by

Come to the National Museum of American History this June for the unveiling of its latest exhibit, ‘The Nation We Build Together. ’ The second floor of this Smithsonian museum’s West Wing will feature 30,000-square feet of things that constitute the fabric of our country, and explore the many facets of the nation. Much pomp […]

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TaKorean Serves Mexican-Korean Fusion Fare

Posted on May 31, 2017 by

TaKorean is a mash-up of Mexican-style tacos and Korean flavors, so you can expect some exciting dishes from this DC fast-casual restaurant. Here's how it works: you start by deciding on a protein (Yelpers suggest you try the bulgogi steak marinated in a sweet and spicy soy sauce) and then you choose how you'd like […]

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Admire Historic Works at the “Artist Soldiers Exhibit” at Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Posted on May 3, 2017 by

As of April 6th, the National Air and Space Museum is how to the new Artists Soldiers Exhibit. The exhibit will be open until the beginning of November and is located just two miles from 7th Flats. The exhibit is a collaboration between the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum and the National Museum of […]

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Shop Handmade Wares at the Smithsonian Craft Show at the National Building Museum from April 27th to 30th

Posted on April 19, 2017 by

If you are a fan of one-of-a-kind artisan goods, you won't want to miss the Smithsonian Craft Show at the National Building Museum. From April 27th through the 30th, 120 carefully selected master crafters will showcase their work just over a mile from 7th Flats. The Smithsonian Craft Show is in its 35th year, and […]

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Sample House-Made Rum at Cotton & Reed

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Cotton & Reed is a new distillery nestled in the Union Market neighborhood. Two strategists in the aerospace industry were tired of their day jobs and craving a fun project, so they decided to combine their love of rum to create this hip, stylish distillery. Although the menu at Cotton & Reed is small and […]

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Explore Art Made From Forgotten Objects at ‘In the Tower: Theaster Gates’ at the National Gallery of Art

Posted on March 28, 2017 by

‘In the Tower: Theaster Gates’ at the National Gallery of Art is a moving collection that draws inspiration from the decline of urban institutions, discarded materials around Chicago, and American tradition. In this display of large-scale objects created by Theaster Gates, the past is the present, down is up, and the marginalized become central. Homegrown […]

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Looking for Some Culture? Check Out “June Schwarcz: Invention and Variation” at the Renwick Gallery

Posted on March 20, 2017 by

Now through August 27, 2017, you can visit the June Schwarz: Invention and Variation exhibit at the Renwick Gallery. The first retrospective of Schwarz work in fifteen years’, it includes nearly sixty artworks, several of which have never been publically displayed. You’ll observe a variety of her forms, including vessels, three-dimensional object, wall-mounted plaques and […]

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