The Merrell Down & Dirty Mud Run in Washington (July 21st)

The Merrell Down & Dirty Obstacle Race or Mud Run in Washington, DC is presented by Subaru. It is an obstacle-climbing, trail-blasting race that will push participants to their limits. There are two coursse, with more than 20 obstacles each, certainly a real challenge. All athletes get to experience action like never before. This is…Read More »

Beer Tasting & Brewing in the Age of Pirates (July 24th)

Taste a number of pirate and seafaring themed Heavy Seas beers on the Beer Tasting ad Brewing in the Age of Pirates, brought to you by the National Geographic. The Heavy Seas beers include several authentic ask ales, where one is in a wooden firkin. The golden age of piracy happened at the same time…Read More »

The Biggest Loser RunWalk (July 14th)

The Biggest Loser RunWalk is coming to the capital of the nation, in Washington, DC. Walk or run with the former contestants of The Biggest Loser at the RFK Stadium Festival Grounds. The race will be conducted outside the said stadium. All participants will get the full view of the unique sports arena, located along…Read More »

Taste of Peru-Washington DC

The Taste of Peru – Washington, DC is considered as the biggest culinary festival which showcases the gastronomical marvels of Peru. The event features renowned Peruvian chefs and more or less 30 local Peruvian restaurants, vendors, and more. It promotes the unique culinary perspectives of both local and international chefs. Taste of Peru is scheduled…Read More »

Don’t Get Stuck Paying a Tax Bill with a 1031 Exchange

Don’t sell your property instead trade it, thus avoiding capital gains taxes. This is exactly how wealthy families preserve their wealth and holdings. But you can do it too. Learn how here and save big. Here are eight tips to avoid paying capital gains taxes by using 1031 property exchanges: 1) Success in doing 1031…Read More »

Firefly Music Festival (June 21st to 23rd)

  The Firefly Music Festival is the premier music experience in the East Coast. Firefly offers three days of epic musical performance, together with great dining options and interactive entertainment. It is set on the lush landscapes right at the heart of the East Coast. Event Details What: Firefly Music Festival Where: Dover International Speedway…Read More »

Best Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day in Washington D.C.

Searching for the perfect way to spend the Father’s Day this year? Here are some of the best ideas for a family time on Father’s Day in Washington, DC and nearby places like Maryland and North Virginia. Take your pick and choose which one is best for your own father or husband. Father’s Day Brunch…Read More »

Fastest Growing U.S. Cities Includes Washington DC

Immigration in different cities in the United States has always been about people looking for better opportunities. Americans are in search of a better life, in one of those places across the state lines. Bloomberg Rankings sorted through the U.S. census for the metropolitan areas wherein there is the greatest population growth. They scored the…Read More »

150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg

For the summer of 2013, Gettysburg will celebrate the 150th Anniversary for the Battle of Gettysburg with two Civil War reenactments. Thousands of reenactors will join and come together to depict this grand and important historical event. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is located for about 84 miles north of Washington DC, a perfect getaway destination for the whole…Read More »

Newseum – Washington, DC Museum of News

Newseum is an interactive museum dedicated to journalism and news, located in Washington D.C., New York, between the U.S. Capitol and The White House. Newseum is provided with 14 galleries and 15 theaters, consists of seven levels and has a surface of around 23,000 square meters. Introducing Newseum The main goal of the museum is…Read More »