UPDATE: Feel like spring is passing you by? Take advantage of D.C.'s most exciting season with our guide to free fun. This story was originally published on March 14, 2013.If there’s a time when our fair city shines brightest, it’s spring — cherry blossoms peak, event calendars fill up, and Washingtonians emerge from hibernation. But your newfound social life doesn’t have to break the bank — in fact, there’s plenty to do right now that won’t cost you a dime. Don’t believe us? We’ve got enough music, fitness, fashion, and arts activities to keep your Gcal hoppin'. Now, click through to find your new favorite way to save — you owe us one.
Having fresh herbs at your fingertips will revolutionize your cooking. We can hardly come up with a dish that doesn't taste better when prepared with fresh — versus dried — herbs. Yet while we might hold this knowledge to be true and believe it without reservation, we're often guilty of reaching for the packaged spices. read
It seems that sustainability and fashion have long been at odds with each other, facing off from the opposing corners of "responsible" and "indulgent." While traditional fashion offers endless inspiration and opportunity for self expression, sustainable fashion typically appears frumpy, monotonously beige, and unstylish read