Located in a lushly landscaped three-acre federal park at Judiciary Square (400 block of E Street between 4th & 5th Streets NW), the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is free and open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Dedicated in 1991, the memorial honors U.S. federal, state and local law enforcement officers who have fallen in the line of duty since 1791. More than 20,000 names … [Read more...] about Free 24/7: The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
The journey from confusion to organization doesn't have to be a long one. Often enough, it's the length of one tiny strip of metal—the staple that holds a school paper together, or attaches a cover letter to a résumé. Staples aspires to create that same sense of effortless order. You know you need to shred those old documents and sensitive records. Staples makes it easy, Groupon makes it … [Read more...] about Staples Offers 49% Off Shredding
Whether you're a visitor or a local who'd like to experience Washington, D.C., in a new, fun way, here's an opportunity to turn the city into one big game board you can play from your smart phone. It involves some walking (3.3 miles) and about three hours, so choose a day when the weather is tolerable and sign up online at UrbanAdventureQuest.com. The scavenger hunt starts on the National Mall … [Read more...] about Adventure Scavenger Hunt for Families in Washington, D.C.
Subway is perfect for a quick, “cheap” and healthier lunch option, even more so with its latest special. For $3.50, get a 6-inch “Sub of the Day.” Here's the daily schedule: Sunday: Meatball Marinara Monday: Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki Tuesday: Oven Roasted Chicken Wednesday: Turkey Breast Thursday: Italian BMT Friday: Tuna Saturday: Black Forest Ham There is an … [Read more...] about Subway: $3.50 ‘Sub of the Day’ Special
How often do you go grocery shopping? Fill up the car with gas or park it in a parking building or lot? Stay at a hotel while on vacation? There are apps for your mobile phone to help you save money on these and other expenditures when you're on the go. Our sister site, Living on the Cheap, has all the information. Check it out here: 7 Apps to save you money on the go Copyright Living on the … [Read more...] about Seven Money-saving Apps
Groupon offers great discounts on National Ferry Corporation daytime or cocktail harbor cruises. This is a great way to see Washington and its monuments from the water aboard luxury vessels with exterior decks and climate-controlled interiors. Each ship has a full bar with drinks and snacks for purchase. Entertainment includes music and light narration on historical sites. Sixty-minute daytime … [Read more...] about Save on D.C. Harbor Cruises with Groupon
There's no need to wait for the weekend to celebrate, not with specials every day at The Bottom Line at 1716 I Street. Both Farragut metro stops on the blue/orange and red lines are nearby. Happy Hour Specials Monday-Friday 4-8 pmMonday - Half Price Burger's From 4 to 8 p.m. $3 Coors Light Bottles $4 Blue Moon Drafts $4 Rail Drinks Tuesday - $4 Appetizer Menu $4 Rail Drinks $4 Sam Adams … [Read more...] about Specials at the Bottom Line
The bike-sharing phenomenon is going gangbusters in DC. Whether you're a local or tourist, it's a hassle-free way to get around the city--and get some exercise. C'mon, the city is flat . . . and you don't have to worry about traffic or parking. With nearly 3,000 bikes and more than 300 stations in DC, Arlington, Alexandria and Montgomery County, Capital Bikeshare has you covered. Buy a 24-hour … [Read more...] about Capital Bikeshare: A Cheap Way to See the City on Two Wheels