Today I ventured unexpectedly upon the ruins of St. Thomas church. I was late to a dentist appointment so I figured I would explore it more on my way back. The serenity of the park was juxtaposed by overgrown foliage and a burned out chapel that sat eerily behind a wrought iron gate. Click the link […]
The first night of summer was spent on the patio of Mango Tree in City Center sipping a spicy mango cocktail. Yelp Elite hosted the event at a relatively new restaurant that is gaining worldwide appeal. According the the Washington Post “Mango Tree is part of a Bangkok-based company, the Mango Tree Group, with 70-plus […]
Is yoga exclusive to skinny women?
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 DCist recently posted the 10 Best Nachos in D.C. While I haven’t tasted all of the nachos that D.C. has to offer I have tried the nachos at Busboys and Poets. DCist wrote: BUSBOYS AND POETS: Nachos are normally a very cheesy affair, which usually makes them off limits if you don’t eat dairy. Busboys […]
This weekend after recovering from my intense week at a conference in Connecticut, I managed to get over to Anacostia for the Yelp 10th Anniversary celebration at the Anacostia Arts Center. The center itself is beautiful. It is an emblem of hope in an area of the city that is often neglected and overlooked. The […]