When it comes to finding good Korean cuisine in the US, many foodies instinctively point to Los Angeles. But thanks to DC's blossoming Korean population—the fourth highest in the States as of 2011, according to the _Washington Post_ —that may no longer be the case. Indeed, Korean culture seems to have gone mainstream in the nation's capital, resulting in a growing number of restaurants serving bulgogi and bibimbap.Read More
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At the center of the Logan Circle neighborhood stands a likeness of Major General John A. Logan, a Civil War general and Illinois senator. But a different kind of legend also stood his ground in this neighborhood, one perhaps more in line with Logan Circle’s modern-day character. Duke Ellington grew up in this part of town, and when he wasn't taking piano lessons, he often could be found playing in the tree-lined circle. The lingering notes must have paved the way for the neighborhood’s current artistic temperament––it has since become a hotspot for those with an intense interest in the arts, music, and food.Read More
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