Posts Tagged ‘dc brau’

This Is How D.C. United’s 2014 Jersey Could Look

After five years selling space on their players' chests to Volkswagen, D.C. United is looking for a new jersey sponsor next season. We asked you to submit possible designs for 2014 D.C. United shirts; here's some of what resulted.

DC Brau, by commenter Guest.

The Needle: It Lives On

Living Again: The LivingSocial website was out for two days this week, but it's back up now, and to celebrate the company is offering discounts to customers this weekend. +2
Pop-In: Here are some pictures of the interior of the much-talked-about V Street NW pop-up–it looks pretty swanky. +2

So Long, Summer

In theory, Labor Day commemorates the contributions of American workers to society. But in practice, its symbolic poignancy is so much more. In D.C., we say goodbye to free pools, the potential threat of shark attacks at nearby beaches, seasonal beers, interns, and sweat-stained suits. This weekend, in other words, we say goodbye to summer. [...]

District Line Daily: Drop in the Bucket

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Grab your copy of WCP on the streets today, readers, and check out the cover [...]

The Needle: Unoccupied Edition

You Don't Have To Go Home, But You Can't Stay Here: Nothing like some nosy House Republicans to bring a protest to an end. After last week's hearing in Congress, the National Park Service and U.S. Park Police began enforcing a long-ignored ban on camping in McPherson Square today, which could be the first step [...]

From Young & Hungry: Expect a Fully Operational 3 Stars Brewery (Finally!) In 2012

My colleague Chris has the latest on another brewery setting up shop within District limits. Meet 3 Stars Brewing Company, a start up that's been brewing throughout the region while its home gets built in Takoma Park:
Once completed, the new brewery will be considerably larger than the facilities of its contemporaries, DC Brau and Chocolate City, which Coleman [...]

The Beer Issue Is Here!

Beer. Beer. Beer! Pick up this week's City Paper in a box near you (or read the website) to get the latest on beer and D.C. In this week's cover story, Tammy Tuck tries to find out why craft beer in the District is so damn high:
Ask craft-beer folks about prices and they tend to stress their [...]

The Needle: Go Outside Edition

Tiger Blood: A spectacularly irritating, if not actually dangerous, man will soon walk among us. Charlie Sheen has announced that his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour will stop in D.C. on April 19, when he'll play DAR Constitution Hall. (We suspect using language that the Daughters of the American Revolution might not appreciate.) Tickets go [...]