You might be taking a holiday this week, but art in DC isn't. On your day off, get a bit of culture. Here is everything you need to know about the art scene in DC this week, whether you want to analyze the gorgeous handwriting of artists at the Smithsonian or attend Stephanie J. Williams' wild exhibition at the Hillyer Art Space.
Whether you are planning on hosting a super traditional barbeque or simply gathering a few friends to watch fireworks, no Fourth of July celebration is complete without some patriotic beverages. From red, white and blue sips that are decorative enough to be centerpieces to summery mixes you can serve all season long, here are some foolproof recipes to enjoy this Independence Day. More>>
Never have we seen a food truck gain so much momentum in DC as the Peruvian Brothers Food Truck, with features in almost all of DC's big newspapers and a gig to cater Hinge's upcoming Neon Tuxedo Disco.
Open Since: March 2013
Why We Like It: Besides the authentic and delicious Peruvian food, you might want to peek inside to meet brother Giuseppe Lanzone. He is team USA all the way--and rowed for us in the Beijing and London Olympics.
I always thought Bryce Harper would always be more of a Cookie Crisp kind of guy. [Huffington Post]
No, the infamous blue dress won't be in the Monica Lewinsky auction...so no one really cares. [Reliable Source]
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's rosé is now available in DC. [Washingtonian]
She may not be in Walmart, but Paula Deen is coming to DC. [Huffington Post]
Rob Lowe only pretends to be a politician, and doesn't plan to become a real one [Politico]