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Check Out the Capital Book Fest on September 15th

Nonprofit organization Turning the Page exists to get the community, especially its parents, engaged in children’s learning experiences. The organization brings special events to schools that invite parents and grandparents to come and read alongside their little ones, taking on a  more active role in their education. So it’s a fitting beneficiary for the 2022…

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Enjoy Authentic Ethiopian Cuisine at Zenebech Restaurant

Anyone who knows anything about Ethiopian food understands that injera is the keystone of this cuisine. The spongy flatbread serves as a stand-in for utensils. In traditional Ethiopian dining rooms (and restaurants), it’s torn into pieces and used to scoop up the rest of the meal. So it makes sense that Zenebech Restaurant started out…

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Jinya Ramen Bar’s Secret is in the Slow-Cooking

There’s something different about the piping-hot bowls of nourishment served at Jinya Ramen Bar. It’s the amount of time that goes into crafting the broth—more than 20 hours. To create a solid foundation for their signature Japanese ramen, the kitchen team slowly simmers each variety of broth for a least 20 hours, then spends as…

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Catch Free Guy on August 18th as Part of the Movies & Critics Series

For film buffs, being able to see movies on the big screen again probably feels like a major milestone. The next step? To be in community with fellow film-lovers! The Movies & Critics series at the Arlington Mill Community Center makes it easy to connect with other folks who are fans of cinema. Every month…

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Grab Gourmet Groceries and Meals at The Italian Store

Vincent Tramonte was a lawyer by trade, but an Italian-American by blood. His parents grew up in Italy, moving to New York City before he was born. He eventually left the Big Apple to start his law career in Northern Virginia and quickly found that the Italian cuisine scene was lacking compared to NYC. He…

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Experience the Enthralling Story of Poor Man, Rich Soul This Month

If you haven’t heard the tragic story of Richard “Rich” Soul, then you won’t want to miss the stage production of Poor Man, Rich Soul at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts Theatre. From Friday, July 8th to Sunday, July 17th, Jimmy Jenkins will bring his original work to life, following a path paved…

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Grab Brunch Any Time at Matt and Tony’s All Day Kitchen + Bar

When Austrian baker Anton “Tony” Schabas brought his scratch-made rye bread to the Waldorf Astoria decades ago, it wasn’t long before his recipe began to generate some buzz. President John F. Kennedy dubbed it the best rye bread he’d ever had, and he actually had fresh loaves shipped to the White House. Many years later,…

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