I’m due to have my second baby in just over a week, and my husband and I are scheduling a last date night out before the months of sleeplessness commence. I’d say it’s just a hormonal pregnant lady craving, but to be honest, there’s nothing I’d like more anytime than a plate of really good fried chicken. I’m open to fancy sit down or greasy hole in the wall, as long as the food is good. Could you poll your wise readers for suggestions on where to find the best fried bird?”
Hmm, I’m thinking Oohhs and Aahhs (1005 U St, NW) and Florida Avenue Grill (11th and Florida Ave, NW) or Founding Farmers (1924 Pennsylvania Ave. NW) or possibly Art & Soul (located at 415 New Jersey Ave, NW.) Where’s your favorite spot for fried chicken?
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Vietnam Week Returns!
Mark your calendars for an exciting week-long celebration of Vietnamese culture and arts right here in DC. Vietnam Week is an annual tradition that brings our community together through a series of themed events, including film screenings, fine art exhibitions, mouthwatering cuisine, captivating live performances, and much more!
Vietnam Week aligns with the lunar celebration of Tet Trung Thu, the mid-autumn moon festival, a cherished tradition in Vietnam spanning 3,000 years. Join us in experiencing the enchanting customs and traditions of this cultural celebration!
Come join us at Because Science in Adams Morgan for an exciting event that celebrates the wonders of science! Get ready to immerse yourself in a weekend filled with interactive projects, thrilling experiments, and challenges that meld science + art. Whether you’re a science enthusiast, a curious mind, or just looking for a fun-filled day, this festival is perfect for you!
Our headline guest for the festival is Charming Disaster, which will perform selections from their album Our Lady of Radium (a tribute to Marie Curie), on Sunday October 1 at 6pm.
All activities, projects, and performance by Charming Disaster are free to attend and are offered on a first-come, first-served system. We appreciate donations so we can keep offering these events to all who wish to participate.
Independence permeates every step of the immigrant journey. It may have motivated the move or could be a result of it, but regardless, self-discovery is inextricably tied to the experience.
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