If you’ve never been to DC in the spring, you’re missing out. The weather is great, there are so many amazing things to do outside and you can walk everywhere. Three of our favorite things. If you find yourself in DC in early April with nothing […]
Visiting DC? Long time resident? There are things in the city you just can’t miss while you’re in town. We’re here to share what we know with you! Hopefully it will help make your experience in our wonderful city is the best it could be! Have a […]
February brings hearts, roses and an incredible mix of reads. What’d you pick up this month?
First book on the ‘Shannon reads a lot of thrillers’ list. When you come from a small town and you work so hard to get out…what happens when you go back? WELL. When you go back to crack down on some large environmental contaminant AND expose some nasssttty secrets… it’s the perfect storm. I read this book in 48 hours because I just couldn’t stop flipping through the pages. The ending is SO good.
This was on my to read list since I read that it was one of Obama’s favorites. I was told it had a slow start so I think that sort of…freaked myself out. It was on my hold list from the library for SO long and when I finally got it, three weeks came and went. And I didn’t read it. I hopped back on the hold list and pushed through to read it. I am so so so glad I did. The story, while the ending left me feeling unsatisfied, was so moving. I’ve read a handful of books about the underground railroad before, but this one takes the cake.
This was my first audiobook experience and I am officially a convert. This book is about a woman who arrives to her sister’s house to find her murdered. It is like a nonstop mystery that I was racing to figure out. The ending was completely unexpected and I am so glad I downloaded this!
I don’t remember exactly why I put this on my hold list, but when it came up I was really excited about it. The story talks about The Alice Network– a network of female spies in WWI and WWII through the life of two women who meet in 1943. There are several little mysteries that are intertwined throughout and you will seriously not be disappointed.
Hey current or future runner! Have you ever heard of the George Washington Parkway Classic? If not…I’m here to tell you that you need to run this race sometime in your life. The Distance First of all, it has two distances. You can choose to do the […]
History Georgetown is one of the historic neighborhoods in DC and has something for everyone. There is so much history in this neighborhood–there are whole books written about it. The neighborhood, situated along the Potomac River, was founded in 1751. Until 1871, it remained a separate municipality […]