Archive | September, 2008

Best Pizza in DC

DC is clearly not known for having the best pizza in the United States. That title would go to either Chicago or New York depending on who you are talking to and what their pizza predilection is like. That being said, there are definitely a handful of places to get great pizza in DC and […]

KidsPeace 3rd Annual Wine Tasting

9/17 – KidsPeace’s Foster Care and Family Services Program of Maryland and DC is having a special wine tasting event to raise money for our new skill-building initiative for Foster Children, “The Money Club.” This financial literacy program goes beyond the basics and helps Foster Children work towards the successful futures to which they are […]

Uncle Julio’s Rio Grande Cafe

Growing up in Bethesda during the late 80s to early 90s, I’ve had the pleasure of watching a small town, grow into a bustling mid-sized city. Throughout Bethesda’s growth, several landmarks have thrived including Rio Grande. Rio Grande was one of the first family-style restaurants to draw a consistently large client base and continues to […]

2008 DC Shorts Film Festival

9/11-9/18 – In its 5th year, DC Shorts has been named by MovieMaker Magazine as “one of the nation’s leading short film festivals.” This year will feature over 102 films including a number of local and international shorts. Over 150 filmmakers will also be on hand for questions or just to chat. For more information […]

Adams Morgan Day Festival 2008

9/14 – This Sunday marks the 30th Annual Adams Morgan Day Festival. Just like years past, the neighborhood’s vibrant culture and art will be showcased for all to enjoy. There are also over 40 music and dance groups scheduled to perform at the various venues throughout the day. For more information please visit admin

Arts on Foot 2008

9/13 – The 16th anniversary of Arts on Foot presented by Wines of Argentina is a one-day, multimedia Festival that kicks off the fall arts season in Downtown DC’s Penn Quarter. With the outdoor street festival as its centerpiece, Arts on Foot also promotes the neighborhood’s museums, theaters, galleries, cultural organizations, restaurants, and shops. For […]