Sunday's storm has left some areas of D.C. still without power. Don't panic and don't open your fridge. We've got to get creative here and revert back to the bygone days of life without computers and TV. Frightening, we know, but here's your chance to do all of the things in D.C. you keep pushing off to do with all of those friends who keep promising they'll visit...
Remember the days when your one household computer was connected to a dial-up service and you had to wait for someone to get off the effin' land-line phone before you could hear those magical words of 'you've got mail!'? What did you do during that time? You definitely didn't BBM your friends saying how annoyed you were, you didn't sit patiently and download apps to your iphone, and you sure as hell didn't pick up your laptop and relocate to one of the three Starbucks on the corner/across the street/on the next block. WE DID THINGS!
Yes, actual activities! Here are GofGDC's picks of what to do if your power outage has got you down...
Get your cultural fix in:
Take a tour of the city you call home:
Cooler weather is one thing we're thankful the storm brought to us. And by cooler we mean not 110 degrees. It's actually bearable to be outside for longer than it takes to get from one air conditioned place to the next, so let's take advantage of it while it lasts!
If you're like us, boredom often leads to drinking. Get in on these Tuesday-only specials at your local bars and show the blackout (pun intended) who's boss!
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Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.