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Sundays With Strangers

I had an intense feeling of deja vu when I walked into this house.  I didn’t quite know why, until I remembered that my dad almost bought a house that was identical to this one when I was a kid.  754 more words

Sundays With Strangers

Looking at the glorious splendor of this fully-detached Kalorama carriage house, it’s hard to believe it used to be a building in which horses defecated. But it was. 559 more words

National Museum of American Jewish Military History

There are a large number of museums in our nation’s capitol and the surrounding area, and among them are many that are a number of specialty museums. 279 more words


Sundays With Strangers

Do you think Jeff Goldblum is more attractive than Brad Pitt? Do you prefer PBR to Sierra Nevada? Do you use a Walkman you bought at a flea market, just to annoy your iPod-using coworkers? 443 more words

29th Annual Kalorama House and Embassy Tour

Long the home of diplomats, congressmen, and “Captains of Industry”, the Kalorama neighborhood offers a mix of many cultures and architectural gems.  The tour features several of Kalorama’s most beautiful homes, including the elegant Embassy of Luxembourg, the Embassy of Latvia (historically known as the Alice Pike Barney Studio House), the bright and modern Embassy of Slovenia, the Korean Cultural Center, and the President Woodrow Wilson House among others.   62 more words


Washington D.C. in June Part 3: Lunch and The Woodrow Wilson House

After we left Anderson House, we walked next door to our hotel to rest for a few minutes, as we planned to walk as much as possible given the unusually low humidity. 314 more words

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Person of Interest: Devin Maier

Looking to get fit for the rest of the summer, or any time of the year? Devin Maier is your guy! Overseeing operations and sales at all three DC Balance Gym locations as Managing Director and as a trainer and CrossFit Coach, Maier knows a thing or two about what it takes to stay fit in the city. 411 more words