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It’s more than eating turkey, watching football, and taking naps!

Thanksgiving is a national United States holiday that takes place every third Thursday of November, this year on November 24th. The first Thanksgiving dates back to 1621, when the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag shared an autumn feast. Then, for more than two centuries, Thanksgiving was celebrated on different days by the US colonies and…

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Embark on a Culinary Adventure at Bombay Street Food

You can trust that Bombay Street Food brings authentic urban Indian food to D.C. due to the credentials of its creator Asad Sheikh. He’s not only a seasoned restaurateur with many other successful eateries to his name—but he was also born and raised in Bombay. That’s why his menu is filled with bites that street…

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Give Back to Our Community by Running the Arlington Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is all about taking a moment to reflect upon what you’re grateful for. It might be something as simple as time with friends and family or as fundamental as food and shelter. Thanksgiving is also a good time to remember that not everyone has access to the things they need in order to meet…

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Savor Levantine Cuisine at Albi

Albi specializes in Levantine cuisine with a focus on seasonal ingredients. That’s most apparent when you sit down for its tasting menu entitled “sofra.” It’s billed as a “semi-improvisational tasting menu” that changes constantly to reflect the season and the creativity of the chef. Of course, you’re always welcome to sit down at the bar…

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Drink Your Way Through Dupont Circle at the DC Halloween Bar Crawl on October 29th

Nightmare on Elm Street vibes come to our neck of the woods at the DC Halloween Bar Crawl. The 24th Annual Nightmare on M Street Bar Crawl storms back onto the autumn scene this Saturday, October 29th for another year of sips and screams—and you can take part for a mere $15. Grab a ticket…

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Enjoy Authentic Ethiopian Cuisine at Zenebech Restaurant

Anyone who knows anything about Ethiopian food understands that injera is the keystone of this cuisine. The spongy flatbread serves as a stand-in for utensils. In traditional Ethiopian dining rooms (and restaurants), it’s torn into pieces and used to scoop up the rest of the meal. So it makes sense that Zenebech Restaurant started out…

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Enjoy Free Saturday Morning Yoga at National Harbor This September

Want to kick off your weekend on a healthy, active note? Come to free Saturday morning yoga at National Harbor! Seasoned yogi Cathy Valentine leads the free, fresh-air yoga class every Saturday at 10 a.m. now through October 1st. So take full advantage of being able to work out harbor-side with friends new and old.…

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