Posts Tagged ‘Barracks Row’

“It’s Hard to Stand There When It’s 110 Degrees and You’re in Your Full Blues”

History lesson: The Marine Barracks, founded in 1801—and situated in Capitol Hill's burgeoning Barracks Row nightlife district—is the oldest active post in the Corps. Sgt. Katie Maynard, the Marine Barracks Washington liaison to the Military District of Washington, coordinates MBW events (color guards, funerals, joint ceremonial functions and state funerals), and is a ceremonial drill [...]

World Cup Roundup: American Mayhem at Molly Malone’s

Domestic beers flowed freely a full hour and a half before Friday's 10 a.m. kick-off of the United States' match against Slovenia. Special correspondent C.T. Schwink reports (live blogging!) from Molly Malone's along Barracks Row on Capitol Hill, where anyone not wearing red, white and blue sorely sticks out amid all the U.S. jerseys, flags, scarfs, and bandanas:
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