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Dating app Hinge, which matches potential couples through mutual facebook friends, released data today on their blog that ranks the hottest alumni in DC, broken down by school. The list appears to be dominated by southern schools, and surprisingly, no DC colleges made the list. More»
[Photo by Allen Russ, 2012 FotoDC Cherry Blossom contest winner via FotoDC]
[Updated 3/28] The cherry blossoms are blooming in Washington until mid-April, which means lots of cultured tourists and a few great parties and specials around town. While you can't pick the blossoms (it is illegal), you can pick where to indulge in the sweet, pink goodness of cherry cocktails, bites and parties:
If you're reading this to find out which companies in DC are growing the fastest, guess again. We are only interested in knowing where the babes work, and now, we know.
Dating app Hinge, which matches potential couples through mutual facebook friends, released data today on their blog that ranks the most attractive workforces in Washington. While some are not surprising (Vida Fitness snags the top spot), there are a few surprises, like the US Senate staffers creaming the House of Rep staffers by 9 spots.
"We had our nerds sift through all the data to see which local workplaces had the most attractive employees by average Hinge rating."
Click though to find out what their nerds discovered [and download the iPhone app HERE]:
On the most celebrated drinking holiday of the year, it doesn’t matter whether you’re of Irish descent or if you just conveniently pretend to be on this day alone. Post 21 years of age, St. Patrick’s Day stands as little more than universally understood excuse to shamelessly hit the bars from opening to close. From green beer to live Celtic music and everything in between, here are the Washington-area Irish pubs we’ve got a lucky feeling about this St. Patrick’s Day (or Saint Practice Day)...
[Artwork by Michael Shibley via]
Is it a snow day, or just a cold day off? No matter how the weather turns, most of Washington has the day off today. Here are the places to play, drink, and eat until your boss calls you back in:
Valentine's Day is a harsh reminder that DC's demographics are heavily tipped in the gentlemen's favor. Here are seven hotties that have not been snatched up yet, and they all just so happen to have really cool jobs:
We've made our list, and we've checked it twice. We know who is at the right parties, and who is naughty or nice. And now, here is our annual Hot Hundred list of Washington's top celebrities, socialites, and personalities aged 30 and under, presented by Rent the Runway:
To celebrate Obama's win last night, let's take a look back at how cute the first couple is together. From their first Christmas card to some PDA moments in the White House, check out the most adorable moments from their last 20 years of marriage. More>>
[DC Brau and boots]
Much like the spring Virginia Gold Cup, the fall International Gold Cup has Member's Hill, horses, tailgating and hats.
What makes Fall Gold Cup so special is watching the leaves turn brown, boots, tweed, and being outdoors with good friends one last time before it gets too cold.
Another thing great about Gold Cup? The Instagrams. Here are some of our favorites from Saturday: More»
Last week's Congressional Black Caucus, or CBC, is always a glitzy week in the district--not just for politicos, but also for Who's Who on the DC scene. This annual meeting of black leaders in Washington comes with a great deal of partying, too. Our Ebonie Johnson Cooper was on the ground, and even hosted a CBC party of her own with other DC socialites... More»
Lucky number 7? The seller of this 7th floor, 7-bedroom Georgetown condo along the Potomac River may have taken that old superstition a bit too seriously, listing the condo for $7,777,777. This 6,650 square ft. luxury home includes 5 full and 2 half baths, a library, family room, 2 French balconies, 4 underground garage spaces, and access to the rooftop pool. More»
Saturday, May 25
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.