Malaysian Cuisine and Culture at MAKAN

Meaning to eat, MAKAN is Chef James Wozniuk’s culinary dream come to life. A celebration of his love and passion for Malaysian cuisine and culture.  Chef Jame Wozniuk is a seasoned chef with deep roots in exploring a variety of Asian cuisines, Wozniuk, and his team invites guests to indulge in the beauty and diversity of rich […]

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Celebrate DC’s Running Community and Culture

A hometown celebration of the District’s running community and culture, the DC Half will take place on the streets of DC! The DC Half is presented by your local run shop, Pacers Running, and includes a half marathon, and two or three-person half-marathon.  The race takes place on September 18th and takes place at 2912 Independence Ave […]

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The History of Labor Day

Observed the first Monday of every September as an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers- Labor Day.  The holiday has roots in the late nineteenth century when labor activists pushed for a federal holiday to recognize the many contributions workers have made to America’s strength, prosperity, and well-being.  Before it was a […]

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Simple Summer-Inspired Recipes

This summer, everyone wants fun, refreshing, tasty, yet easy-to-make recipes! Spend less time in the kitchen, and more time relaxing with family and friends while enjoying some of these incredible recipes.  Key Lime Cream Pie: This no-bake recipe is cool and refreshing, and the perfect thing to bring to a party or cookout!  Grilled Chicken […]

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Honoring Mexican Cuisine at Santa Rosa Taqueria

Legend has it that in the 18th century, the Convent of Santa Rosa was home to 29 Dominican nuns who, upon hearing that the Archbishop was coming for a visit, decided to mark the occasion by decorating their kitchen in beautiful Talavera tile and preparing a feast with what little they had. They put together […]

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