Addie’s, named after restaurateur Jeff Black’s grandmother, was the first restaurant to help launch Black’s culinary empire 22 years ago. Located in Park Potomac, Maryland, the new Addie’s has made its home in a truly spectacular space with lots of natural lighting and a spacious outdoor […]
In 1958, newlyweds Ben and Virginia Ali used $5,000 to begin renovating a building at 1213 U Street. Built in 1910, it first housed a silent movie house called the Minnehaha Theater. Later, Harry Beckley, one of D.C.’s first Black police detectives, converted it into […]
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center is home to the nation’s largest organization of scientists, engineers and technologists who build spacecraft, instruments and new technology to study Earth, the sun, our solar system and the universe.
Goddard manages communications between mission control and orbiting astronauts […]
On April 14th, 1999, Chef Kazuhiro Okochi debuted his long-awaited first restaurant, KAZ Sushi Bistro, in Downtown DC.
The eatery was a smash hit almost from the start, quickly becoming one of the City’s hottest dining destinations and thrusting Okochi into the upper echelon of […]
Luxurious, yet understated, Park Potomac combines urban accessibility with suburban sprawl. Located in Potomac, Maryland just off of the Montrose Road exit I-270 in the heart of Montgomery County, Park Potomac is literally in the middle of it all. In a mile, you can be […]