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Get on the Water to Beat the Heat

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Author: Leila Farrer It’s not news that summer in DC (and, let’s be honest, most of spring and fall) is stifling. A Washingtonian’s favorite phrase between May and September is without a doubt, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity.” The weather might seem hopeless to locals pounding the pavement toward a Metro commute, or…

Winter in DC: A Guide to Getting Outside

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Written by: Leila Farrer With brisk winds rolling in from the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers, colder weather is just around the corner in DC. Washingtonians are retreating into warm museums or cozying up at local cafés (we highly recommend the chai latte at Tryst in Adams Morgan!). The holidays will be here before we know…

How To Celebrate Cherry Blossom Season In Washington DC

Springtime typically conjures up thoughts of warm weather and birds chirping, but for those who live in Washington DC, one can’t help but think of the annual celebration of the famed cherry blossoms. Since 1912, the cherry blossoms have represented a long-standing friendship between the United States and Japan and have attracted millions of visitors from around the world…