With barbeque season in full swing you can’t walk around on a given Saturday in Georgetown without picking up a whiff of … [Read more...] about Have a Break and a Snack at DC’s New Shake Shack
5.13 — 8.19 // Friday Evening Concert Series // The Yards Park, 3rd and Water Streets SE 5.31 — 6.05 // Ballet Nacional de … [Read more...] about Cultural Calendar
Cafe Japone Monday — Friday 2032 P St NW Discounted Sapporo, Absolut and Sake, as well as inexpensive sushi and fun karaoke all … [Read more...] about Thirsty?
There's always something to do in the District — except when there's not. Facing a free weekend this summer? Feel like you've done it all … [Read more...] about The Great Escape
Ford's Theatre National Historic Site 511 10th St. NW Tour the theater where John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Abraham Lincoln … [Read more...] about To Do in the District
Now that the season finales of our favorite spring shows have aired, it's time to focus on what's ahead of us: the new shows of summer 2011! … [Read more...] about Season of Terrific Television
Summer of Sequels With a record-breaking 27 sequels set to be released in 2011, including the fifth (really?) installment of Final … [Read more...] about Comedies, Romances, and (Too Many?) Sequels
For all the New England expats soaking up the D.C. humidity this summer, Hank's Oyster Bar offers a refreshing taste of home — with a twist … [Read more...] about Hankering for Some Fresh Seafood?
Finally. Everyone has pulled his or her last all-nighter in order to turn in that final paper or to study for that last final. The majority … [Read more...] about Summer Jobs: Defeating the Dejection of the Daily Grind
When Luke Holden (MSB '07) graduated from Georgetown, he joined hordes of his classmates in heading to New York to launch a career in … [Read more...] about Maine Attraction: MSB Alum Brings a Taste of New England