Featured Property 1483 Newton Street

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1841 Columbia Road
wins a PACE Award

Local Events

  • 1807/2019

    Brew at the Zoo
    July 18th

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  • 2007/2019

    Apollo 50 Celebration On The National Mall
    July 18th-20th

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  • 2007/2019

    Washington County Ag Expo and Fair
    July 13th-20th

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News

  • outdoorConcert

    Where To Enjoy An Outdoor Movie This Summer In & Around Washington, DC

    Monday 07/01/2019

    Check out the best places to experience the cinema outdoors with these mostly free options in the nation’s capital.

    Summertime and movies go hand-in-hand. Yes, the biggest blockbusters are in theaters, but step your movie-going experience up a notch and relax outdoors while taking in a classic flick or one you’ve never seen before.

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    12 Ways to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Around DC

    Thursday 07/11/2019

    12 Ways to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Around DC

    July 20 marks 50 years since Neil Armstrong took his first steps on the moon. Here’s how you can celebrate that momentous day around DC.

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    14 Things to Do This Weekend in Washington, DC

    Tuesday 07/02/2019

    14 Things to Do This Weekend in Washington, DC

    Our end-of-the-week picks for July 12-14 include the Capital Fringe Festival, the Lotus and Water and Lily Festival, a free Shakespeare play and a variety of performances.

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    DC Apartment Hunting Is Officially Bonkers, in the Most DC Way Possible

    Sunday 07/07/2019

    You might have to create a meme to prove your worth. Or drink a lot. Or call in Mom. No, seriously.

    Libby Rasmussen has a sublime ceramic ass. It’s one of the first things you notice in her bedroom—its two rounded moons taut and bethonged, perched near a stack of Hermès boxes and a succulent, lording over the space like a benevolent god from its pile of arty books.

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