Author: Bridey Heing

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Greystar’s Adaire Apartments

Greystar’s Adaire Apartments, opening soon in Tysons, blends luxury and convenience in a modern building right in the heart of the action. Perfect for professionals in search of a short commute to DC, or the many who work in McLean, the...

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Parc Meridian at Eisenhower Station: Naturally Different

Alexandria newest address is one you won’t want to miss. Parc Meridian, managed by Paradigm Management, may still be under construction, but what’s taking shape is enough to impress even the most discerning of residents. With easy access to city...

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One Day, Two Festivals for Beer and Wine Lovers

Looking for something to do on April 16th? Not feeling the Cherry Blossom Festival this year? Well, if you’re over 21, we’ve got you covered. DC is hosting not one, but two boozy festivals on the 16th, and whether you’re a...

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Filmfest DC Kicks Off April 14th

Cinema fans rejoice! The Filmfest DC is back for the 30th year, with works from around the world. This year’s festival will be taking place from April 14th through the 24th at locations across the city, offering plenty of opportunities...

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Cherry Blossom Festival Continues Through April

Peak bloom may have struck a little early this year, but if you missed this year’s Cherry Blossoms, fear not! April has plenty of opportunities for you to get out of the house and down to the Tidal Basin to...

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‘Antigone Project’ at Columbia’s HCC Offers Five Plays in One

“Antigone” has long been a production favorite, with the Kennedy Center having just featured a three-day production of the Sophocles-penned play in October. Now the Rep Stage at Howard Community College in Columbia, Maryland, is honoring the time-honored classic in...