Who would’ve thought the age-old argument over human nature would’ve been settled by something as mundane as dockless bikeshare bicycles? The theory was that if people are essentially good and well-meaning, then they’d treat the bikes with respect and return them to their proper place even though no one is watching. On the other hand, if people are essentially bad and corrupt, they’d trash the bikes and throw them in the canal just because they can. Guess what they’ve been doing. … DOCKLESS BIKESHARES PROVE YET AGAIN THAT WE CAN’T HAVE NICE THINGS
For many, it’s a beautiful time of year. Gift giving and marshmallow roasting, cozying up by the fire, time with loved ones. For others, it can be a tough season that amplifies hardships. That’s why it’s important for those who are able to think of this season as a season of giving – not only to those who you hold dear in your life, but perhaps to those who need it most – whether they are friends, family, strangers, or somewhere in-between. … DC CHARITY SPOTLIGHT: LOADS OF LOVE (LOL)
I’m not sure about you but one of my most absolute all-time favorite months out of the year is December — and that’s not just because it’s my birthday month ya’ll. I don’t know — there’s just something about December and the end of the year that just really makes the District want to get #turntup like no other.
The holiday season is a time for friends, family and feeling festive. One of the best spots to do that in Washington is at the Miracle On 7th Street pop-up bar in Shaw. The whimsical bar is now in its third year in business in D.C. (the idea is based off a similar idea in New York City) and ready to charm guests with all new kinds of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Winter cheer. … GET IN THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT AT MIRACLE ON 7TH STREET
DC is the memorial city. The name’s not inscribed on our coins or written anywhere of importance, but ask almost anyone; it’s common knowledge. Our lawns are overcome with odes to fallen soldiers, nods to great generals, and lasting pieces of art depicting heroes of times gone past. If you’ve been on the DC scene for a while, you might even take a stroll past the Lincoln Memorial or the Vietnam Wall for granted. But, if you take the time peer up into the eyes of America’s roots or run your hands along the Wall and take in the atrocities of where we have been and what we have lost, we might come to the agreement that the statue-esque aspects of this city are in the end, quite inspiring. And DC’s memorial game is far from over. In fact, some might say our city is just getting started. … DC DEVELOPMENT(S): THE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER MEMORIAL