Monday May 20
Politics & Prose Publishes 1st Anthology, 'District Lines'
The work of close to 50 DC-area writers is featured in a new anthology- District Lines -published by well-known Chevy Chase, DC, independent bookstore, Politics & Prose .
Thu May 16, 2013
Crowdfunding real estate...
The concept allows small investors to invest in their neighbourhoods through websites that offer financial stakes in development projects, reports AMY CORTESE Changing the landscape: Daniel Miller and Benjamin Miller, of Fundrise, at their office in Washington.
Taste Test: National Restaurant Chains Discover D.C. is a Pretty Good Guinea Pig
ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen tried to sneak quietly into D.C. When it opened in Dupont Circle in September 2011, there were no press releases or grand opening parties.
Tue May 14, 2013
Smaller, cheaper, beloved: Tiny house fans inhabit their niche
His retirement home is 238 square feet - one-tenth the size of the average new American house - and sits in his Anne Arundel County, Md., yard.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Washington Post
4 D.C. gang members sentenced for assaults and burglaries in various neighborhoods
Four District men who pleaded guilty to being part of a downtown Washington street gang that targeted residents and businesses from Chinatown to Woodley Park to Bloomingdale, were sentenced Friday in D.C. Superior Court to up to nine years in prison.
Thu May 09, 2013
Expansionwire: Eater DC reports that Chipotle's fast...
Eater DC reports that Chipotle's fast casual Asian restaurant ShopHouse will be opening another location in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC .
The Washington Post
The weirdest, most interesting ice cream flavors in Washington
Washington's notorious heat affords a few pleasures, none quite as appreciated as the license to eat ice cream like it's the only food group that matters during summertime.
Sweetlife Festival grows from backyard concert to big attraction for music fans
In April 2010, a small Washington, D.C., restaurant chain staged a concert for 700 people in front of its Dupont Circle location.
GHEI: A food fight over food trucks
The battle to regulate upstart food-truck entrepreneurs in Washington might be coming to a head.
Wed May 08, 2013
Mother's Day specials
If you are looking for somewhere to celebrate Mother's Day next Sunday, May 12th, here are a few suggestions -- and it's never too late to make a reservation: At Mari Vanna, the Russian restaurant on Dupont Circle mothers will receive a free strawberry mimosa and a surprise dessert-- perhaps the "bird's milk," a souffle with dark chocolate, or the ... (more)
ToDo ToDay: Hemingway Ballet! Daft Punk Bike Ride
Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises is populated with the writer's most colorful cast of characters.
Gallery B to Showcase Local Artists in May Exhibit
Gallery B 's May exhibition includes pieces from seven local artists who, in addition to their individual works, will contribute to a group piece to be auctioned off during the month.
Tue May 07, 2013
Queery: Richard 'Scott' Gunn
About eight years ago, Richard "Scott" Gunn, a detective with a local county police department in Maryland he says he's not permitted to name, recognized a need for an LGBT component to National Police Week, an event President Kennedy proclaimed in 1962 in which officers killed in the line of duty are memorialized.
Mon May 06, 2013
New Scholarship Program Adds $100,000 in Nursing Scholarships
In Honor of Nurse's Week, Herzing University Launches "Dare to Care" Scholarship and Plans to Offer Over $500,000 Across its Array of Scholarships for Nursing Students in 2013.
Sun May 05, 2013
Real Clear Politics
When Will America Burst D.C.'s Bubble?
Eighteen Starbucks shops can be found in the three-mile walk from DuPont Circle to the U.S. Capitol.
Fri May 03, 2013
Get Out: The weeka s pocket picks in D.C.
If your invitation to last weekend's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner got lost in the mail, then you won't want to miss the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Will on the Hill, which brings Washington and Hollywood together again this week for a good cause.
Travel Around the World With a Stay at Embassy Row Hotel & Passport DC
The sixth annual Passport DC, held during International Cultural Awareness month, will host hundreds of events around the city, many just minutes from this Washington, DC hotel near Dupont Circle , including street festivals, performances, exhibitions, lectures and much more.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Mike Allen's bizarre attack on Conan O'Brien
Do not insult the Washington Hilton in the presence of Mike Allen, or Politico's star reporter will launch a multi-day crusade against you in his widely read morning tip sheet.
In permits, going to the mattresses in Dupont
It was a slow day in the world of D.C. permits, so I'll start with this: a new mattress store in a most expensive location.