Fall Back: A Daylight Savings Guide

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Unless you’re in Russia and your political leaders control time, this Sunday you’ll be enjoying one extra hour thanks to the falling back of daylight savings time. Here’s how Washingtonians will be enjoying the time surplus:  

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Infographic: How DC Eats

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The recession may be putting a crimp in consumer spending, but Washingtonians are still flocking to restaurants. LivingSocial recently conducted its first Dining Out survey and asked those in and around the District to shed some light on their dining habits. Here’s what we learned… Continue reading

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Watch: Ready, Set, Beard

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No-shave November. Novembeard. Movember. Call it what you will, but the month of November is practically sponsored by facial hair. Starting today, people across the globe aren’t just throwing away their razors to be ironic, they’re doing it for a … Continue reading

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Occupy the Night DC

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The growing movements in McPherson Square and Freedom Plaza have been grabbing the media’s attention by day. But as OccupyDC gains steam, we set out to find out what the groups in these pseudo-villages do to blow off steam after … Continue reading

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DC’s Sexiest Brunch

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Every Saturday at 2 p.m. at L’Enfant Cafe, the blinds shut and what goes on inside is a mystery to the outside world… until now. La Boum (French slang for “house party”) is a four-hour brunch-travaganza replete with shots, DJs, and burlesque dancers. … Continue reading

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Sumos Scale Metro’s Longest Escalator

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Unless you’re escalator aficionados like us, you probably weren’t aware that the DC Metro boasts the longest escalator in the Western hemisphere. We’re not mathematicians, but that’s approximately half the world. This 230-foot monster takes 2 minutes and 45 seconds to scale. … Continue reading

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Ding-Dong, DC: The Blind Date

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In the third installment of a recurring Spotlight called Ding-Dong, DC, we catch up with Jim E. John, a 20-something Washington transplant who recently dove mouse-first into DC’s online dating scene. His many encounters with big-time lobbyists, lawyers, executives, and cold … Continue reading

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Ding-Dong, DC: Dr. No

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In the second installment of a recurring Spotlight called Ding-Dong, DC, we catch up with Jim E. John, a 20-something Washington transplant who recently dove mouse-first into DC’s online dating scene. His many encounters with big-time lobbyists, lawyers, executives, and … Continue reading

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How we Commute

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In this first installment of “How We Commute,” a series dedicated to the many ways DC denizens get from point A (home) to point B (work), we explore the world’s most popular mode of two-wheel transportation: the bicycle. With a … Continue reading

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DC Would Be Better If…

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We Washingtonians boast one of the healthiest economies in the country, comprise one of the most diverse and educated populations in the world, and live within walking distance of dozens of free museums housing some of the greatest treasures on the … Continue reading

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