Weekend Buzz: Navy SEAL Stories, End-Of-Summer Trips, & FroYo

Summer weekends are winding down (cue tears), so it's time to squeeze in all the warm-weather fun you can. Try out some of these awesome day-trip ideas — think antiquing, boating, and festival fun. (Washingtonian)
How much do you love your froyo? Here at R29, we can't leave without our afternoon Pinkberry runs. Bravely, one intrepid reporter gets to the bottom of the craze. (Washington Post)
Can you believe it's been a year since the East Coast apocalypse earthquake? The mini-catastrophe that spawned thousands of tweets, Facebook updates, and pickup lines may be 12 months in the past, but you can still revisit all the video footage and first-hand accounts. (DCist)
A firsthand telling of the Navy SEAL mission that took down Osama Bin Laden will be published in September, but the book could lead to criminal prosecution for its anonymous author. (CNN)
Attention, oyster lovers: Logan Circle joint Pearl Dive Oyster Palace is celebrating its first anniversary, and the chef is dishing on the resto's success. (Eater)
Speaking of weekend trips, we're loving the idea of road-tripping to Durham to check out the burgeoning art scene. A stylish local blogger recently painted the town red, and she's sharing all the fun with us. (High Heeled Traveler)

Photos: Via Washintonian and DCist


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