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Country artist Pat Green has had much success in the music industry and made some famous friends along the way, but the humble Texan said it is his college friends who helped give him his big break.See More: Music
Raised in the shadow of hip-hop’s birthplace, New York City, this Cherry Hill, NJ native DJ Lickashot now resides in DC. First and foremost, he’s all about keeping the party spirit alive in the Nation’s Capital. Lickashot retains a classic, old s...See More: Music
Great music abounds this summer at Nationals Park and Yards Park. At Nats Park, some of the biggest names in music are coming to town, and at Yards Park, On Tap helps to bring you free concerts every Friday night, all summer long. Read on for the ...See More: Music
These guys are real. Really. You might look at Florida Georgia Line’s new video for their hit song “This Is How We Roll,” featuring dirt bike stunts and dune buggies (not to mention the guys standing on top of a moving semi), and wonder if it was ...See More: Music
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On Tap scouts out the restaurants, bars and clubs that are new to the scene or shaking things up.See More: Eat/Drink
Find a hard copy the 2014 Baseball Guide at your favorite spots all over town. Click here for where to find the guide.See More: On Tap Sports
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Miller Lite Party nights totally rock!See More: On Tap Sports
Two new wine bars have recently opened in northwest, DC, first Eno Wine Bar in Georgetown last fall, followed by Flight Wine Bar in Chinatown early this year.See More: Eat/Drink
The Washington Nationals enter the 2014 season with sky-high expectations from fans and baseball pundits – including some talk of a first-time World Series birth - and the team is ready.See More: On Tap Sports
Take a quick look at Alex Ovechkin's experience at the 2015 #NHLAwards show in Las Vegas.
MSE majority owner Ted Leonsis talks courting free agents, ...
Players reflect on the sting of the playoff exit, their pla...
Beal, Porter, Sessions and Temple discuss memorable plays f...