Category: Washington D.C.

All You Need To Do To Be a Great Food Influencer
[ 0 ] December 31, 2020 |

All You Need To Do To Be a Great Food Influencer

As days go by, it’s becoming harder for celebrities to differentiate themselves on different social media platforms. To stay relevant, you must play your cards smartly beyond the skill that made you famous in the past, whenever you find yourself struggling to find something that will keep you relevant. You might consider starting a brand […]

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Chocolate Energy Bites and Other Foods that Give You Oomph!
[ 0 ] June 8, 2020 |

Chocolate Energy Bites and Other Foods that Give You Oomph!

Modern living has become so exhausting, that most of us reach for the coffee pot when we feel a dip in energy. The crazy amounts of caffeine that is digested into your system isn’t always such a healthy option. Instead of drinking energy soda or quick-fix espresso shots, you can opt for a variety of […]

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12th Annual Embassy Chef Challenge
[ 0 ] March 11, 2020 |

12th Annual Embassy Chef Challenge

WHAT:  Events DC announces tickets on sale now for 12th Annual Embassy Chef Challenge, scheduled for Thursday, May 28, 2020. This year, the event will be held in a new location at the extraordinary Walter E. Washington Convention Center.  The Events DC Embassy Chef Challengeis an annual gathering of embassy chefs representing countries across the globe. The […]

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Considerations When Selecting a Caterer For Your Event in St. Louis
[ 0 ] January 24, 2020 |

Considerations When Selecting a Caterer For Your Event in St. Louis

St. Louis is a city in east-central Missouri that is considered a major transportation and distribution center. The city is known for having more free tourist attractions than any other city aside from Washington, DC. Whether it be an art museum, zoo, or the famous Gateway Arch, you do not have to pay to see […]

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Good Karma.
[ 0 ] January 2, 2020 |

Good Karma.

Living in DC for close to 20 years has allowed me to see a complete transformation of the Chinatown and now Penn Quarter neighborhoods.  There was a time when the only good Indian food was found at Rasika in Penn Quarter and now that has changed. Karma Modern Indian opened its doors in late 2017 […]

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