Obama Buys Out Two Door Cinema Club

British band Two Door Cinema Club have been forced to add a second gig date in Washington DC to their US tour after President Barack Obama bought all the tickets for their first one. One hell of a fan, the President has bought the majority of the tickets for the indie three piece band’s 9.30 Club gig, by...

Take Your Taste Buds on Tour in DC

Take a little time out from your busy schedule, forget what time of day it is and where you are, and embark on a quirky culinary expedition around the world. Since 2007, world-wide traveller of no less than 51 different countries (and still counting) Jeff Swedarsky has been encouraging locals and visitors...

Washington Events in August and September

It’s almost the end of the summer, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop, oh no. There’s still so much going on in the capital, for everyone’s tastes… 40 Under 40: Craft Futures, until 02/03/2013, Renwick Gallery of Smithsonian American Art From art installation to fashion design, sculpture to...

Cultural Dining in DC

Dining in DC is a must, but be sure to check out this lesser-known place for some culinary culture. Get yourself a lunch reservation at the National Gallery of Art’s Garden Café but instead of heading towards their own food, look out for the sign that reads Café Catalonia. At the moment, the food on...

DC Gallery gets Patriotic

This September, the DC’s Connersmith Gallery will play host to an exhibition by Lisa Ruyter. “Let us now Praise Famous Men” is a series of works using colour, photography and recycled images depicting hardworking Americans from the 1930s and 40s. With imagery from the Dust Bowl and Great Depression...

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