Kennedy Street Celebrates 100 Years

This Saturday marked the 100th anniversary of Kennedy Street located in the Northwest quadrant of D.C. The  neighborhood celebrated its anniversary by having its second annual Kennedy Street Festival. Two lots were filled with vendors and information booths. There were a couple of food trucks as well including wood fire pizza prepared on the spot by Timber Pizza Company. Fitness […]

The Peak of the Season

While running errands yesterday I decided to cut through Rock Creek Park to avoid traffic lights and any residual congestion on the streets. I was blown away by the brilliance of a colorful forest that enveloped me in a blanket of radiant reds and dynamic yellows. As I drove along the winding road I had to […]

A Warm Autumn Day

Today I set out for Meridian Hill Park. I have been wanting to get over there for a while and decided that since the weather was so gorgeous this might be a good day to go. Boy, was I right. Meridian Hill park is lovely oasis. The park is a hidden gem in the city with […]

U Street Architecture

Today’s mission was to find yummy ramen for lunch. Epic fail! I tried Sakuramen and they didn’t open until 5:30 PM. Then I tried DC Noodles and they were just closing to set up for dinner service as I walked in. I was hungry and frustrated so I headed over to Busboys & Poets  in […]