1. “So, do you live in the good part of Logan Circle” There are no bullet holes in the side of my house if that’s what you mean. 2. “How do you get around, you’re so far from a metro?” I have feet, and an iPhone. How do you get around? 3. “Do […]
The sharing economy. Crowd sourcing. Cloud based software models. These are phrases that have permeated almost every thing we read. Millennials have grabbed this concept by the horns and are literally applying it to everything. And their peers aren’t the only one’s who noticed. This summer President Obama visited 1776, DC’s largest start-up accelerator and […]
Earlier in the year, Congressman Steve Stockman (R-TX) posted an unusual job listing for an internship with his office as reported by The Wonkette. The ad, made infamous for it’s…well, specificity, has resurfaced in this week’s US House of Representatives Internship listing bulletin. The text reads: The House’s most unique and courageous conservative seeks smart, […]
Recently Thrillist published a list of DC Instagrams to follow…and we were on it! Thanks Thrillist! There are some other great DC Instagrams on their list too, so check them out!
When Taylor Gourmet came to DC, the sandwich/hoagie/grinder game was changed forever. Fresh ingredients, quick service, and chicken cutlets? Yeah, total game changer. But co-founder Casey Patten and his team aren’t ones to just call it quits with a standard menu. Taylor Gourmet launched their fall/winter menu earlier in September and we can’t wait to […]
In case you missed it, the Washington Nationals clinched the NL East Championship in a sweep over the Atlanta Braves. This is their second title in three seasons. Needless to say, they were happy. Later in the night, they covered everyone (and reporters) in champagne and Miller Lite, and Bryce Harper wore a fireman helmet […]
Recently, Busboys and Poets hosted a media preview of DC VegFest, showcasing many vendors that will be at the larger scale event on September 20th. I had the opportunity to try some really amazing vegan products from local companies, as well as some tasty tapas provided by Busboys and Poets and Sticky Fingers. First stop […]