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This D.C. Beverage Director Believes Everybody Has a Role to Play in Revolution

“Activism comes in many shapes and sizes,” says Andra “AJ” Johnson. “There is a lane for creatives as we can be the storytellers of the movement.” This past June in the wake of the protests after the...

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Glen Burnie/Balt.Md. CRABS ?

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by john knoesel 22 years ago

I'll be in Md. Monday for lunch ( Weather permitting ) Won't have much time and am looking for something close to 695 for lunch. Any ideas, Regards, JK

DINING IN DC

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by MJ 23 years ago

Visiting DC soon. Would appreciate any suggestions for reasonably priced restaurants, including places for breakfast. Suggestions for steak, seafood, Italian. Staying in the Capitol area. Th...

New in DC.....Bis

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by Jim Zurer 23 years ago

We ate at Bis last week and enjoyed it very much. From the owners of Vidalia, Bis is a hip French/American bistro with excellent food-- sweetbreads, mussels, steak frites, etc., a nice all- Fren...

Dining (and eating) in DC- and Bethesda (Md.)

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by Lisa R. 23 years ago

I will be going home to parents over the holidays- I expect some good free babysitting and my husband and I want to catch up and try out great new places. They live in Bethesda, but we will be ...

Kinkead's: My favorite restaurant in Washington, DC

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by Jim Zurer 24 years ago

If you are coming to DC and only have time for one meal, I enthusiastically recommend that you go to Kinkead's. Seafood is the highlight here; preparations sometime flirt with going over the to...

Back from DC

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by Pete Feliz 24 years ago

Thanks again for the info. Unfortunately--with four kids under the age of twelve--it was McD's and its clones. I didn't even get the chance to eat at Scholl's. Still, I think I went one better tha...

Full Kee -- My favorite Chinese restaurant in DC

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by Jim Zurer 24 years ago

You might easily walk past the somewhat grimy window of Full Kee on the edge of Washington's very small Chinatown, but that would be a big mistake. Full Kee is a marvel....a consistently excell...

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