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1841 Columbia Road
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  • 2309/2017

    Art All Night
    September 23rd

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    Taste of Georgetown
    September 24th

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    Taste of DC
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  • equinox

    Events in D.C. This Week

    Monday 09/18/2017

    Events in D.C. This Week

    The fall equinox is this week, so it’s only fitting to celebrate with some seasonally appropriate activities. Enjoy pups and brews at Dacha’s Dogtoberfest, beat the slightly crisp air with fuel from the D.C. Coffee Fest get-togethers, or give into your inner seasonal guru with a fall equinox gong bathing session.

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  • Oktoberfest

    Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Around DC

    Friday 09/15/2017

    Raise a stein to the fall’s biggest celebration of beer.

    The District Oktoberfest kicks off this Saturday, September 16, with a bar crawl in Chinatown. Check in at 10 Tavern by 3 PM to enjoy drink and food specials, as well as live Bavarian music. Your ticket ($24 if you use the promo code “cheers”) includes free 12-ounce Oktoberfest beers at Iron Horse, Rocket Bar, Fado, and other participating venues.

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  • tinyApt

    17 Easy Ways To Dramatically Improve Your Apartment

    Monday 09/11/2017

    17 Easy Ways To Dramatically Improve Your Apartment

    Apartment hunting can be a nerve-wracking experience even in the best of times. Today, as even medium-sized housing markets like Seattle and Portland are heating up to keep pace with big-city counterparts Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York, it’s more likely you’ll be spending more money on less space than ever before.

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  • fall

    The DC Things to Do This Fall

    Thursday 09/07/2017

    The DC Things to Do This Fall

    Closed for renovation since January 2016 and this July, respectively, the museums reopen with a weekend festival. Out­side will be a “night market” with food, music, and performances by Asian-American community groups, plus daytime activities for kids. Inside, you can roam the galleries, including a study of Buddhist art and a history of Chinese bells. Free.

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