Monthly Archive: July 2012

Butternut Squash Soup

Life’s a Garden for Vegetarian Renters in Rockville

I’m assuming there are many vegetarians and vegans out there who read this blog (and I’m assuming a lot, that anybody reads this blog). According to this site at least, veganism is becoming more popular. If you take a look...

The Miramar

7 Tips for the Frustrated Apartment Hunter

When the housing bubble popped a few years ago, the home-building industry wasn’t the only one left deflated. The construction of new apartment buildings fizzled out as well. Nonetheless, the spate of recent foreclosures and a still-high unemployment rate have led...

Screen on the Green

Northwest’s Screen on the Green Lights Up Your Drab Weekday

After coming back from the brink of obsolescence in both 2009 and 2010, Screen on the Green netted Best Film Festival in expressnightout.com’s Best of 2011 “Best of D.C. Life” category, even though lately it’s been serving up all of...

Capital Fringe Festival

D.C. Fringe Festival Sails Well Beyond the Mainstream

This is another one we did last year, so we decided we’d bring it back one more time. From July 12 to 29, get ready to get outré and weird at the 7th Annual Capital Fringe Festival. Like their site...

Flickr Creative Commons

Wolf Trap Gets Reel With the Music of John Williams

One can’t really picture “Star Wars” or “Jaws” without the distinct soundtracks by modern master John Williams: The scores were that good and added much to those films and even pop life. On July 7, Williams lovers should trek out...