Food & Drinks

How to Spend Your Juneteenth in Washington, D.C. 

The only other word spoken during the month of June other than pride is that of Juneteenth. While historically celebrated amongst smaller communities of Black Americans in Texas and branching out to the larger community of the Black American diaspora, Juneteenth is becoming a widely celebrated holiday all across the nation. With its recent declaration …

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The DC Voice Applauds and Recognizes Minority-Owned Businesses That Survived COVID!

Any small business that survived the Covid-19 pandemic should be applauded. Any minority-owned, small business that survived needs to be applauded and acknowledged! The DC Voice would like to salute any small business – particularly minority and Black-owned businesses! It\’s not easy bringing a dream to life. Keeping it a viable business through the ups …

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Love Beer—But Not the Side Effects? Try These New N.A. Brews

If you’re a beer lover and thought non-alcoholic concoctions could never hold a candle to traditional lagers and ales, prepare to be pleasantly surprised. Today there are some truly desirable non-alcoholic lagers, IPAs, and even stouts that can handle the challenge. Non-alcoholic beer is a rapidly rising segment of Europe’s beer market, and craft N.A. …

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Ward 8 Now Has a Sit Down Restaurant: Busboys and Poets Welcomes the Community

It was a too good to be true two days ago on Tuesday, March 12, for the Ribbon Cutting Grand Opening of Busboys and Poets in Ward 8 at 2004 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Southeast Washington, DC. \”It\’s been a long time coming,\” says Andy Shallal, owner of Busboys and Poets at the …

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Rooting DC Is Building Healthy Communities

Do you recall the first time eating your fruits and vegetables?  Or even better, do you remember the first seed that sprouted in a styrofoam cup in your science class? Sure you remember the first time you tasted some fresh collard greens, kale, spinach or squash.  What about the time you received your first rose?  …

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