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Warming Recipes for Busy Winter Weeknights

There’s no better way to end a cold winter’s day than by slipping into some comfy PJs to savor a piping-hot plateful of your favorite comfort food—especially when it’s made from scratch and simple to prepare. Requiring minimal ingredients and time spent in the kitchen, here are three deliciously easy recipes that guarantee to warm…

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Pick Up a Mood-Boosting Houseplant at Rewild

“Caring for plants is a deep form of self-care.” That’s the belief that guides the owners at Rewild. To that end, they bring high-quality houseplants to the masses in their bright, sunny shop. If your Valentine could use a little self-care, consider snagging them one online or in-person at the houseplant boutique.  If your significant…

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Savor Fusion Fare at Immigrant Food, Now Open Near Yale West

“Diverse, nourishing, and welcoming.” That’s how Immigrant Food’s owner and chef Enrique Limardo describes America. With his newly debuted outpost at The Planet Word Museum, he strives to evoke the American experience with each serving of dim sum, every fusion bowl, and every small plate. Stop in on your lunch hour if you want to…

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Painted Palettes: Channel Your Inner Picasso in the New Year

Did you enter 2022 with a specific goal in mind? If your New Year’s resolution was to try something new, let Samantha Testa of Painted Palettes help. The artist is an expert when it comes to calligraphy, watercolor, and engraving—something you’ll understand the moment you step inside of her sunsoaked shop at the Brookland Arts…

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How to Refresh and Reorganize Your Apartment for 2022

The new year offers an opportunity to wipe the slate clean and start fresh with a newly calibrated outlook and freshly minted goals. And while many people use the changing year as a chance to improve upon their physical self, why stop there? Now is the perfect time to reevaluate your living space, as well,…

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Shop More Than 70 Vendors at the 17th Annual Downtown Holiday Market in DC

Tree ornaments. Decorative prints. Handcrafted scarves. You never know quite what you’ll find at the 17th Annual Downtown Holiday Market, and that’s part of its appeal. Every year, this outdoor market welcomes more than 70 vendors, typically in two sessions, with one down day in between. This year, the first set of 30-plus artisans will…

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Buy Your Tickets Now to ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Ford’s Theatre

A Christmas Carol at Ford’s Theatre takes some liberties with the holiday classic. Director José Carrasquillo draws inspiration from a radio adaptation of the traditional Dickens tale, incorporating holiday carols with a unique approach to staging the production. The modern twist will keep present-day audience members engaged as they join Ebenezer Scrooge on his journey…

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Race to End Hunger During SOME’s 20th Annual Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger 5K

Have you missed your Thanksgiving morning 5Ks the past couple years? Well, good news: SOME 20th Annual Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger 5K is back in person this year! The race begins at Freedom Plaza and is the largest DC turkey trot, so you’ll truly feel the energy surrounding you on race day! Beyond running with your…

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