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One Day in DC
Katie Bianco | July 7, 2014

9AM Bustling Union Market is the perfect place to grab some breakfast and stock up for an active day. With more than two-dozen food stalls “you get to be adventurous and...

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To Dine For
The Editors and John Mariami, with Lesley Balla and John DeMers | July 2, 2014

Rose. Rabbit. Lie

Don't-Miss Dish Under Feast, plates meant to be shared, you’ll find...

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American Splendor
Michael McCarthy | July 1, 2014

David Guas is not a man who spends a lot of time pondering superstardom. A frenetic life—a wife, two children and maintaining the spirited Bayou Bakery in Arlington—keeps his mind in...

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The Road Less Traveled
Paul Rubio | July 1, 2014

Despite being the largest city in Baja California Sur, La Paz—the charming capital city of Mexico's 31st state, located two hours north of Los Cabos on the Sea of Cortez, which flaunts a similar sun-kissed marriage of desert and ocean surrounds...

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The 50 Finest
David Hagedorn, Drinks by Kelly Magyarics, Desserts and Trends by Nevin Martell | July 1, 2014

Rose's Luxury
Chef Aaron Silverman takes the town by storm by...

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All That Glitters
Gabrielle Harris | June 20, 2014

1. W Washington DC
Take in the famed White House panorama from the chic P.O.V Rooftop Terrace while experiencing the hot hotel’s annual exclusive party, Boom With a View. Enjoy...

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Rise and Dine
Kiley Hong | June 11, 2014

1. Poste Moderne Brasserie and Bar
Hello, sunshine! Through the end of June, Poste at Hotel Monaco offers health-conscious patrons the chance to soak up some vitamin D with its Pilates...

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Afterparty Eats
Nevin Martell | June 6, 2014

1. Red Light Cocktails & Dessert Bar
End your night on an up note at this new boozy dessert emporium on 14th Street’s late-night happy hour. Treat yourself to confections by...

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Sweet Summer Deux
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | June 5, 2014

Part of being a successful chef and restaurateur is realizing when you get it wrong and doing something about it. This is precisely what chef-owner Frederik de Pue did soon after he opened seafood-themed Azur in Penn Quarter...

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20 Unique Ways to Spend Your Summer Nights
Katie Bianco, Michael McCarthy, Jeff DuFour, Kelly Magyarics and Nevin Martell | June 5, 2014

1. Get Sky-High
When Jay Z and Beyoncé play Baltimore on July 7, DC fans can forego the...

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Hike a Pose
Dena Levitz | June 5, 2014

In most yoga classes, an instructor will ask students to reach up to the sky. Above them, of course, are usually fluorescent lights anchored into the gym’s ceiling. Danielle Reyes’ classes are different. Students are literally looking up at the sky when she asks...

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Close Encounters
Michael McCarthy | June 5, 2014

Diane Coburn Bruning’s artistic epiphany occurred at the Seattle Opera House 15 years ago. “I was a freelance choreographer, and I noticed that many of the patrons were using opera glasses to watch my show,” she says. They might as well have...

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