This gorgeous Palisades home looks like a model you’d see in a miniature terrarium on the desk of the super-attractive graphic designer in your office who’s so cool that when you asked them out for a drink that one time, they laughed and then said, “oh, were you being serious?”

This gorgeous Palisades home looks like a model you’d see in a miniature terrarium on the desk of the super-attractive graphic designer in your office who’s so cool that when you asked them out for a drink that one time, they laughed and then said, “oh, were you being serious?”

“I really enjoy going to people’s homes and looking at what their bars are stocked with;  it tells you a lot about a person.  (Case in point: my bar right now has a bottle of Southern Comfort next to a half-full two-liter of room temperature Dr. Pepper, and a bottle of jalapeno schnapps I bought because it was 90% off at the liquor store.)”

“I really enjoy going to people’s homes and looking at what their bars are stocked with;  it tells you a lot about a person.  (Case in point: my bar right now has a bottle of Southern Comfort next to a half-full two-liter of room temperature Dr. Pepper, and a bottle of jalapeno schnapps I bought because it was 90% off at the liquor store.)”

REAL-LIFE FACEBOOK TOWN: A SOCIAL COMMUNITY IN THE WORKS

Oh, Facebook. What an evil, brilliant, wild invention you are – the startup that shook the world from the comfort of its college dorm room beginnings. Little did we know when Facebook first shimmered across our screens that it would become a staple – much like a morning cup of Joe or checking the mail, we would adapt to seeing what everyone we’ve ever been even mild acquaintances with is up to nowadays. REAL-LIFE FACEBOOK TOWN: A SOCIAL COMMUNITY IN THE WORKS

DC DEVELOPMENT SPOTLIGHT: BROOKLAND PRESS APARTMENTS

The DC development scene is never stationery – there’s always some project in the works, some scheme being dreamt up, some ground being broken. And while there are many players in the development game, there are some that have made themselves relevant time and time again. One of those tried and true companies, Douglas Development has been making moves in DC’s neighborhoods for three decades. DC DEVELOPMENT SPOTLIGHT: BROOKLAND PRESS APARTMENTS

“The gourmet kitchen is huge, with acres of counterspace, high end stainless steel appliances, and glass-front cupboards so you can look at all the perfectly fine groceries you should have cooked, as you drunkenly eat a $35 lobster roll you got delivered through Postmates.  (What’s wrong with you?)”

“The gourmet kitchen is huge, with acres of counterspace, high end stainless steel appliances, and glass-front cupboards so you can look at all the perfectly fine groceries you should have cooked, as you drunkenly eat a $35 lobster roll you got delivered through Postmates.  (What’s wrong with you?)”