The No Goodbyes Restaurant

No Goodbyes is an all-day neighborhood from Chef Opie Crooks that taps the farmers, fishers, and small-time ranchers in DC’s own backyard- The Chesapeake Bay- to create an eclectic mix of feel-good dishes morning, noon, and night.  This is a choose-your-own-way-to-dine from several distinct menus and spaces, including a restaurant, bar,...

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DIY Halloween Decor

Let’s cut to the chase, Halloween is peaking its head around the corner. Well, it’s a headless horseman head! With that, there is nothing more exciting than decorating for Halloween. Here are some DIY decorations you can make to get in the spooky spirit!  Delightful Devilish Handsoap- Buy some hand soap from...

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Learn How to Make Creepy Mixed Drinks at the Halloween Cocktail-Making Class on October 22nd

Skip the candy and reach for a cocktail this spooky season. Studio 444 will host a special Halloween-themed cocktail-making class on Saturday, October 22nd for grown-ups with a soft spot for the childhood holiday. The event will draw a crowd, so grab your ticket now ($65), don your Halloween costume if you...

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A Classic Pizzeria with Modern Flair

An upscale casual concept that modernizes the classic pizza counter with style and dynamic energy! A blend of the classic pizzeria with a modern flair! Longtime friends, restaurant operators and native Italians, Antonio Matarazzo and chef Matteo Venini teamed up to open Stellina Pizzeria. The simple, yet spirited menu nods to...

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A Stand-up Show Like No Other

Everyone likes to laugh! So, why not head down to a comedy show?  What? Are you nervous that the show may not actually be… funny? Well, what if every joke promised to be funny? What if you were promised to be continuously laughing? Promised to be wiping away tears from...

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The History of Labor Day

Observed the first Monday of every September as an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers- Labor Day.  The holiday has roots in the late nineteenth century when labor activists pushed for a federal holiday to recognize the many contributions workers have made to America’s strength, prosperity, and...

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