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Go secondhand shopping for the Founders Day Ball with Secondi

(02/24/20 7:43pm)

The Founders Day Ball is quickly approaching. If you’re scrambling to find a dress, there’s still time and plenty of dresses waiting to be snatched off the racks and worn by a queen for the night. Buying a new article of clothing may bring a smile to your face or make you feel great for an evening, and to some, this is the beauty of fashion. Fashion allows us to express ourselves freely and dress for the lives we lead – whether it’s for a special occasion, a job interview or just going to class. When we wear what makes us feel our best, we can be our best selves, and in turn live our best lives.

Top 10 best comfort food recipes this winter

(02/19/20 5:00am)

No other kind of food is shaped so much by personal memories and nostalgia like comfort food. These recipes not only serve as a guide to a delicious meal, but they also tell a story. The world of food is at the center of most social occasions, and sometimes the cuisine becomes the social occasion itself. Food and culture have always been intertwined, and once you embark on the journey of exploring how food has driven culture, you will gain a sense of appreciation for the sensational variety in recipes different parts of the world have to offer. After scouring the web for the tastiest, most easily preparable dishes, here are 10 of the most mouthwatering international street food-inspired dishes you can make in the comfort of your own home.

The best of Washington D.C.’s Restaurant Week

(01/28/20 1:01am)

From cool, hip joints to modern and sleek restaurants, the DMV region had some of the most exciting menus this winter during D.C. Restaurant Week, which took place from Jan. 13 to Jan. 19. Your route to happiness this month begins with these restaurants, from one who boasts a killer egg and waffle to another who honors a chef’s Turkish heritage. All Restaurant Week participants had fixed menu prices, with breakfast and brunch priced at $22 and dinner priced at $35. Here are eight standout restaurants during D.C. Restaurant Week that you should check out.