Monthly Archive: October 2011

Haunted House

What? Me Scared of Bennett’s Curse? Puh-leasssse!

Don’t look! Why did I look at that link? Now I’m gonna have nightmares for weeks! Breathe, breathe, OK, OK, calm down. Remember those breathing lessons I was forced to learn in college, in that something-or-other yoga class for that...

Horse Show

Washington Horse Show Ambles Into Verizon Center This Month

“Back in the saddle again!” Steven Tyler screamed on Aerosmith’s 1976 album “Rocks,” thought by many to be the band’s magnum opus, back when they were worth a crap (though some of that late-’80s comeback fare equals their ’70s peak)....

Puppet show

Celebrate the Old Country at the City-Wide Kids Euro Festival

And here we thought that summertime was chock-full of festivals. For the lucky D.C. renter, it’s party time all year, as the 4th Annual Kids Euro Festival proves. (OK, OK, so it’s a kids festival. Plenty of renters out there...

Metric at the 9:30 Club

Rock On: D.C.’s Venerable 9:30 Club Still Going Strong

The 9:30 Club has been around quite a while for a Washington, D.C., rock venue. It’s even been around long enough to have moved. In rock-club years, that counts for something. In fact, it’s been around for, get this, three...

Eating contest

Bon Appétit! Taste of DC Makes a Culinary Comeback

Hungry? How about a Taste of DC? You can get your fill on October 8, 9 and 10. Yes, the Taste of DC is back after an eight-year hiatus on Columbus Day weekend, this time run by a private company...

Oktoberfest in Shirlington

Raise a Glass for Shirlington’s 12th Annual Oktoberfest

Do you like to drink beer? Check. OK, I mean, do you really like to drink beer? Oh, ho, ho, ho, now you’re talkin’. If you do, ApartmentShowcase.com has an event that’s right up your Suds Alley: the 12th Annual...