With the onset of holiday shopping upon us, some shoppers are looking for alternatives to visiting big outlets and other major chains. Local markets are the perfect option.
The holidays are often synonymous with an abundance of food and cocktails, as parties and family gatherings kick into high gear. But there are plenty of festive walks and runs in the D.C. area that will help keep you in the spirit -- and keep you active -- during the holiday season.
This Thanksgiving and a chef and his restaurateur wife are sharing the best of two holidays with their customers with a local dash of oysters mixed in for good measure.
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