It was a typical Thursday evening when D.C. yoga instructor Mike
Graglia greeted his Flow Yoga 4 class at the 14th Street Yoga District studio. As he walked to the front of the room, one student caught his eye.
Whether you\’re boosting your diet with extra nutrients, or you\’re
embarking on a total juice cleanse, drinking your fruits and vegetables is
all the rage. But not all juices are created equal.
With more than 200 Capital Bikeshare stations across the D.C. region
and miles of cycling paths, Washington is truly becoming a bike-friendly city. And now, a local hotel is helping tourists experience the city on two-wheels.
Foodies, restaurant-lovers and Bethesda locals, rejoice. From July
29 to Aug. 4, you can support nearly 30 local restaurants and enjoy great deals
Chase Restaurant Week.
If you\’re like most Americans and need your caffeine fix in the
morning, you may have noticed a recent addition to the Starbucks menu — and it\’s
not a new seasonal Frappuccino flavor.
It\’s time to cool off this weekend after the summer\’s most sweltering week — and what better way to do so than taste the District\’s best cold desserts for free.
Smoking is out, but hummus is in. It\’s a healthy problem to have, but what does that mean for Virginia\’s tobacco farmers?
Thirty years ago, the helicopters in the small MedSTAR Transport fleet would land near accident scenes, stabilize the victims and then get them to a trauma care center. Today, a MedSTAR helicopter patient is more likely to be someone who is in critical condition at a small community hospital and in dire need of life-saving, specialized care.
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.
Yoga is doing more than helping those who belong to a local studio. Programs are expanding to reach seniors, children and the homeless.
One Howard University student is taking her dreams of fashion design to the runway with her local D.C. business.
This summer marks the 11th season of the Bethesda Summer Music Festival, a two-week intensive workshop for young vocal professionals and high school and college students.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.