NHBT begins tournament weekend with night of dancing in D.C.
By Alyson Kay
The National Hillel Basketball Tournament kicked off on Thursday with a "Ballin Out" bar night at the Dirty Martini bar in D.C. to celebrate the start of the tournament.
The event started at 9:30 p.m with most people arriving at 10:30. Approximately 200 people attended the event from different ...
Kosher Restaurants in the DC/Metro Area
By Hyunjae Ham
“This is my second home,” says Miriam Zuares, a 74-year-old Israeli immigrant with a thick accent. Miriam, a retired caterer, has been a Nut House Pizza regular for fifteen years. Located in Wheaton, Nut House Pizza does not use real meat. According to former store associate and owner’s nephew Daniel Atkin, all of their meats ...
What Can You Do When Everything in D.C. is Closed
By Elena Macias
While the country anxiously waits for the government shutdown to end, the many tourist attractions in Washington D.C. have become limited. The Smithsonian museums are closed, there are no more casual bicycle rides and get-togethers in the national parks, and definitely no chance of visiting the national zoo. Isn’t it the ...