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The weekend is finally upon us, and with a cooler weather outlook than weekends past, it's a great time to get out and enjoy all that the area has to offer. Here are some highlights of what's going on July 26-28 in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
It's a drink that was made popular at the turn of the 20th century in Parisian cafes and bars. And more than 100 years later, the strong liquor has not lost its appeal.
After graduating from The Field School in Northwest D.C., the Capitol Hill resident was accepted to Wellesley College to study engineering. However, instead of heading up to Massachusetts, Michels-Gualtieri followed a time-sensitive passion that took her halfway around the world -- and several feet in the air.
Hypnobirthing, a meditative style of birthing, has received a flurry of media attention ever since reports surfaced that Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is considering the childbirth method for her first baby, due this July.
With so many things to do in the D.C. area, why should you leave your four-legged family member at home? Surprisingly, you don't have to. Here are some unconventional activities you can enjoy with your dog.
Have you ever wanted to "hang out" with celebrities like Jennifer Garner and Soledad O'Brien? Well now you can, while also showing support for early childhood education.
Those looking to sample the suds of craft brewers do not have to travel far. The D.C. area has plenty of local breweries to choose from.
Hungry for an exciting summer weekend? Don't let the heat -- and looming chance for potential thunder storms -- keep you inside. There's plenty going on in, and around, D.C. throughout the weekend, including live music, food and film events.
After witnessing her children's state of entitlement, one mother threw in the towel and decided to make a change in her family.
It's almost the one year anniversary of one of D.C.'s most destructive storms. Last June 29, a derecho swept through the area, leaving behind thousands of dollars in damage and hundreds of thousands of residents without power. However, one local brewing company is hoping to relive that storm -- through its beer.