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  • This Guy Biked to All 790 Capital Bikeshare Stations
    by Arya Hodjat on June 14, 2024 at 1:20 pm

    For Stanley Seiden, the journey of 790 Capital Bikeshare stops began with a single push notification. “One day, probably in November 2022, I got a text that said I had reached 6 percent of all Capital Bikeshare stations,” Seiden says. “And so I said: challenge accepted.” Seiden, a […]

  • Would Eating Cherries From the 1700s Hurt My Tummy? An Investigation.
    by Daniella Byck on June 14, 2024 at 12:47 pm

    George Washington’s Mount Vernon announced Thursday that 29 undamaged bottles filled with cherries and berries from the 1700s were discovered beneath the home. The fruit is “perfectly preserved,” and the compulsion was immediate: I must eat those cherries. There’s no telling why this dusty […]

  • 3 Great Open Houses This Weekend
    by Omega Ilijevich on June 14, 2024 at 7:48 am

    In the mood to go house-hunting this weekend? Here are three open houses in DC, Maryland, and Virginia that caught our eye: A Trinidad Penthouse Price: $629,000 Where: 1200 Staples St., NE Penthouse #3 Bedrooms/bathrooms: 2/2 Condo fee: $222 monthly Listing agent: Michael Arias, Capital Brokers […]

  • Guest List: 5 People We’d Love to Hang Out With This June
    by Washingtonian Staff on June 14, 2024 at 6:00 am

    Jayden Daniels Excitement is high for the new Commanders quarterback.   Jacob Fenston For the City Cast DC podcast, he’s attempting to visit every park in the District: almost 700.   Mackenzie Shultz and Megan Wysocki The American University students designed an econ class on Taylor Swift that […]

  • Luxury Suburban Feels, Convenient City Access
    by Vanessa McDonald on June 13, 2024 at 11:00 pm

    What’s the greatest luxury in a city home? Well-appointed space on a quite tree lined street! 1219 Delafield is bursting with it. From the minute you open the door to the expansive main level you feel it—all that gracious space offset by hand scraped birch hardwood floors. And as you walk […]

  • Hidden in the Bleachers at the Congressional Baseball Game, Representatives Have a Ball
    by Josie Reich on June 13, 2024 at 3:47 pm

    Under the pretense of competition, the annual congressional baseball game offers a rare opportunity for bipartisan bonding. Representatives on both sides of the aisle build rapport during team practices, though it’s often cut-and-dry when it gets to the stadium: the 91st rendition of the ballgame […]


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