The D.C. yoga community is arguing that D.C.'s sales tax extension, which goes into effect Wednesday, shouldn't apply to yoga studios. The tax is on facilities devoted to "physical exercise." And yoga, they say, is much more than that.
Dr. Andrea advises a reader who wants to turn down the handouts, even though his mom is a good cook. Also: A friend's marriage seems to be in trouble, but she won't talk about it!
The sixth location of the D.C. gym chain is set to open this week in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. And the 30,000-square-foot facility boasts features hard to find anywhere else.
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Borrowing from tool libraries — two of which are now open in the D.C. area — is a fun way to get engaged in the community AND limit your trips to Target.
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As D.C.’s mobile vending scene continues to grow (with more than 180, the District has the second-highest concentration of food trucks in the country, behind Los Angeles), food truckers are looking to brick-and-mortars as the next frontier.