D.C. residents in general and Colonels in particular know that it’s officially spring when “the nation’s greatest springtime celebration,” the National Cherry Blossom Festival, rolls around. What embodies springtime cheer more than the cotton candy pink blossoms adorning the branches of trees that line so many of Washington’s streets?
Think libraries were obliterated by Kindles? Think again. Libraries have become more about community, digital advancement, and above all – cool free things.
At The Colonel, you’re surrounded by interesting neighbors. Naturally, we’re all curious about the new kid next door. Well, we recently interviewed Meet Marina Rostein, an avid foodie and lover of all things Shaw who just moved in. Colonels, ready to meet your neighbors?
But sometimes, it’s great to hear about the highlights of The Colonel from someone you knows the place inside and out – that’s why we chose to have an interview with Jeff Castillo, Senior Property Manager at The Colonel!
It’s time to put down Grandma’s fudge, and pick up some weights! Who’s excited?
OK, maybe it doesn’t sound that exciting. But this year’s resolution doesn’t have to end in February – you just need a workout that keeps you coming back for more. And let’s face it: 45 minutes on the treadmill just isn’t that riveting.
Unlike your “strictly-no-white-foods-diet” resolution from last year and your “work-out-five-days-a-week” resolution from the year before, we’ve got a resolution that you’ll actually get excited about in 2015:
Know anything about the real Colonel? (No, not the one who sells fried chicken.)
Living in a city means that you’ll most likely be walking… a lot. It’s essential to find a spot to hang your hat that’s close enough to all of the city’s attractions to make popping out for a nightcap as easy as possible.