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  • Nightly cookies are a sweet surprise at Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C.
    Presidential cookies are the sweet part of a stay at Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C
    Every afternoon, guests look forward to a culinary sweet surprise at the Ritz-Carlton Washington, D.C. hotel. Just like the White House’s Secret Service, hotel staff carefully guards the details of the day’s presidential cookie until...
  • Chaplins
    Summertime Restaurants to Try in DC!
    It's summertime in DC so the time is ripe to visit a new bar or restaurant and find out what you've been missing.Chaplin’s Restaurant & BarYou've probably heard of Chaplin's and if you haven't experienced this spot...
  • The Sovereign
    Belgian beer bar to open in Georgetown
    Georgetown is getting a Belgian Beer Bar courtesy of Greg Engert and the Neighborhood Restaurant Group.As reported by Jessica Sidman of the Washington City Paper, the new beer bar will be called The Sovereign and will be located on 1207 Wisconsin...
  • Imagine Dragons performing in Washington, D.C.
    On world tour, Imagine Dragons performs DC show
    Performing with extreme energy, Imagine Dragons rocked the house at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on July 6, putting on a dynamic show amidst dazzling strobe lights and lasers. On tour in support of their latest album Smoke + Mirrors, the...
  • New Suicide Squad trailer highlights myriad of diabolical characters
    New Suicide Squad trailer highlights myriad of diabolical characters
    Part of DC and Warner Bros. plan to reinvigorate their partnership was a film to highlight the multiple villains of the DC universe. Never before had audiences seen a live action Harley Quinn or Killer Croc or Captain Boomerang. With its first...
  • San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Winners and Losers
    Winners and Losers of SDCC'15
    San Diego Comic-Con 2015 has come and gone and with it we have a bunch of winners and losers. I was there not only as a press member but as a CCI staff for over a week. Here are the some winners and losers from this years convention.
  • Hard not to be discouraged by 'Batman V Superman' trailer
    Hard not to be discouraged by 'Batman V Superman' trailer
    2013's Man of Steel is a terrible film. And now its sequel, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, with its new trailer, promises to be similarly awful.The entire lineup of the new DC universe of films is simply an attempt to copy the Marvel...
  • Ballasy
    Video: D.C. residents, tourists say tear down Jefferson Memorial, rename city
    In a video posted to YouTube on Monday, residents and tourists of Washington, D.C., weighed in on the controversy surrounding the Confederate battle flag. Some suggested renaming the city, and one person told PJMedia reporter Nicholas Ballasy the...
  • iConic Tour
    Next in the 2015 iConic Tour is Washington, DC on November 11
    This year, Inc. magazine and CNBC will host three one-day iConic Tour experiences to connect with visionaries and provocateurs. The first event took place May 19 in Chicago. Then, the tour went to Los Angeles on June 23. Next up is Washington, DC...
  • No drone zone
    Drones may not fly in D.C., FAA warns
    With Independence Day approaching, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reminding residents and visitors in the Washington, D.C., region that the city and its surroundings are a “no drone zone.”“So if you’re in the...
  • Kitten mystery
    Kittens stolen months ago in D.C. still missing
    The fate of two kittens stolen from a Washington, D.C., pet store almost five months ago remains unclear.The brown tabbies were taken Feb. 9 from an adoption center at the Petco in the city's Columbia Heights neighborhood. Three days later,...
  • Whiskey Ginger will lure men to shop on U Street
    Whiskey Ginger will lure men to shop on U Street
    On Saturday night, Washingtonians braved the hail and fierce downpour to attend the opening of Whiskey Ginger, the newest menswear boutique in Washington, DC. The new boutique located in the U Street corridor moved into the space formerly occupied...
  • Midtown Comics
    Actual grown adult complains to college about violence in comic books
    A California college student and her parents are on an apparent crusade to get rid of anything that's even remotely cool or fun. 20-year old Tara Shultz enrolled in an English class which is described in school's course catalogue as &ldquo...
  • Convergence
    What DC and Marvel's 'universe reset' means for you
    The two biggest publishers in comics, Marvel and DC, home to some of the biggest icons in American pop-culture like Spider-Man, Batman, Captain America and Superman both made a similar announcement a while ago. That announcement being both...
  • Amazon brings free same day delivery to DC for Prime customers
    Amazon brings free same day delivery to DC for Prime customers
    As announced today by Amazon, orders $35 and over can now be ordered for delivery the same day in Washington DC. Amazon promises delivery by 9pm on orders placed before noon. They will use couriers to offer delivery seven days a week. Not all...
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