Since 1987, Filmfest DC has been introducing DC to feature-length and short films from all over the world in most of the genres imaginable. 31 years and over 1000 films.
This year, Filmfest DC will offer over 70 movies and events in various venues and theaters around DC. Find the full list and times here.
Here are three movies that look interesting to me:
Continue reading “Do This: Filmfest DC (4/20-4/30/17)”
Rock Creek Park is big enough where you can hike around it dozens of times and still find new spots and trails yet discovered by you.
One such spot is the resting place of the Capitol Stones, and it took me over 10 years living in DC before I heard about it.
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Just add their sausage gravy to the traditional Bacon, Egg and Cheese Biscuit and presto! you have a hot mess on your hands.
Continue reading “Eat This: The Hot Mess @ Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. (Union Market)”
Little Hurricane, a blues rock duo from San Diego, descends on Songbyrd Music House on Wednesday, April 12th. And you should be there.
Continue reading “Concert Pick: Little Hurricane @ Songbyrd Music House (4/12/17)”
This week, the Brewers Association is descending on DC for their annual Craft Brewers Conference (CBC).
Continue reading “Do This: Drink Beer During the Craft Brewers Conference Week (4/10-4/13/17)”
Your professional ultimate frisbee (aka disc) team, the DC Breeze, start their 2017 season this Sunday, April 9th @2pm.
Continue reading “Sports Pick: DC Breeze Home Opener (4/9/17)”
Part of the reason this blog exists, is to find and share about cool or strange things in the city we think we know. The feature – Deciphering DC – attempts to achieve that.
There is a grove of trees on the National Mall, off the beaten path, that is just secluded enough to give you the sense you may have stepped outside of DC. You haven’t.
Continue reading “Deciphering DC: The Kang Tree”