The city isn't getting smaller, it's just getting more crowded. In The Capital calls us lanky and awkward We'll take that as a compliment, thankyouverymuch!
And we plan to stay lanky, as well, thanks to Sweetgreen's new cold-pressed juices. Get your free samples at the Logan Circle locale, says Borderstan.
But eek, while we're definitely curious about the fact that you can eat a thousand-year-old egg (which is actually cured for just 100 days), we'll stick to letting food writer Mary Kong-Devito tell us about it in Washington City Paper.
However, we will gladly get down with BBQ delivery on the Mall this July 4. Eater reports Hill Country plans to make that dream come true.
In fancy-pants news, New Columbia Heights sees a growing trend of local markets going upscale on 11th St., NW.
In give-yourself-a-pat-on-the-back-news, we now have the first philanthropub in the country! Via WJLA.
Of course, you can always do good for your community by supporting its local arts. Listen Local First picks out a few DC-area bands worth a listen. Via The Pinkline Project.
Finally, in mind-blowing stuff NASA does for our lives, filmmaker Tomislav Safundzic borrowed these government-funded images to make something truly amazing.