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Hit these bars to: Go on a Tindr date, make friends, escape D.C., see movies, or pretend that you're drinking in a post-apocalyptic hellscape,
Believe it or not, there's some decent stuff down there!
Cotton & Reed's bar manager would start the day real early with “a problem solved.”
The Biebs is pursuing a film career.
The wellness expert is strolling through H Street and Georgetown for tacos and matcha.
Solange transformed the Kennedy Center Concert Hall into church for Sunday’s sold-out D.C. stop on her “Orion’s Rise” performance series.
Kylie Jenner is also part of the suit.
"Almost every single fight — internationally, locally, whatever — is … about what your place is in the world and culture," says playwright Karen Zacarias.
This D.C. stage actor is sleeping in before he takes in dinner and a show.
Many of the things we think of as communal activities — concerts, dinner, the movies — are enjoyable solo.