Navy Yard Gearing Up to be the Most Densely Populated Place in...

by McEnearney on January 22, 2016

If you thought Washington, D.C. was filling up fast before, according to recent numbers, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet—especially when it comes to the historical Navy Yard area, which is expected to become the most densely populated part of the district soon. And it’s no wonder: In the...

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Fairfax County Brings Bikesharing to Reston and Tysons

by McEnearney on 01/21/2016

Finances have been put in place to create a bikeshare community in Reston and Tysons. The $1.7 million plan was approved...

Fairfax County Brings Bikesharing...

Washington, D.C. Does Restaurant Week

by McEnearney on 01/20/2016

For D.C. foodies, it’s the most wonderful time of the year as more than 250 area restaurants will open their doors...

Washington, D.C. Does Restaurant...

Gadsby’s Tavern Museum Hosts Civil War Ball

by McEnearney on 01/19/2016

The historic Gadsby’s Tavern Museum is setting up to take patrons back in time for their much‐ anticipated Civil...

Gadsby's Tavern Museum Hosts...

Popular German Grocer Brings Headquarters to Arlington,...

by McEnearney on 01/18/2016

One of Europe’s leading retailers is bringing its corporate headquarters stateside. Lidl, a discount German grocery...

Popular German Grocer Brings...

DC Boutique Flourishes While Styling the Women of Washington

by McEnearney on 01/16/2016

For almost 30 years, Betsy Fisher has been clothing Washington, D.C. elite in the latest fashions and accessories....

DC Boutique Flourishes While...

Restaurant Week Comes to Bethesda and Montgomery County

by McEnearney on 01/15/2016

Empty stomachs and semi‐full wallets are all that are needed to enjoy Restaurant Week—coming to Bethesda‐Montgomery...

Restaurant Week Comes to Bethesda...

Mercy Street | Breathes New Life Into Historical Alexandria

by McEnearney on 01/14/2016

History buffs in the Alexandria, VA, area will be able to get a glimpse into life during the Civil War for the average...

Mercy Street | Breathes New Life...

Redecorate in the New Year with Custom Textiles Made in...

by McEnearney on 01/08/2016

Three years ago, Arlington, Virginia mom, Kate Hougen, made a career change from marketing and non­profit management...

Redecorate in the New Year with...