DC Artists

Ocelot Brewing, The Art of Beer: Swizzle Chill Magazine

Carriage House Gallery Art of Beer Panel Discussion: D.C. Beer Week

D.C. Beer Week has added a panel discussion on The Art of Beer, an exhibit at the Heurich House’s Carriage House Gallery. The D.C. Beer Week Educational Series event will be hosted by Phil Runco of Brightest Young Things on August 21 and is a ticketed event from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Art of Beer artists include Mike Van Hall, Kendra Kuliga, Andy Sides, David Kammerdeiner, and Graham Jackson.

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Boca Botanas Tapas Bar: Swizzle Chill Magazine

Swizzle Chill TV: Boca Botanas Tapas Bar

“I was craving Tapas close to home and found this place on the Internet and I decided to give it a try with a girlfriend. OMG, the ambiance, the waitress/bartender and the food were amazing, and the bill was very affordable and we had so much food. They are constantly revisiting the menu and changing it, which I find fantastic. I recommend this place if you want to stay local and have great food.” This is just one of the many accolades across review sites and from locals in the Gaithersburg, Maryland area when they recount their experiences at Boca Botanas.

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District Wharf DC JazzFest: Swizzle Chill Magazine

DC JazzFest comes to the District Wharf, June 16-17

2018 District Wharf DC JazzFest is packed with events for an entire weekend

The 2018 DC JazzFest is nearly here and it’s coming to the District Wharf. This rich and cultural experience, with global and local influences, has been operating for more than a decade and is scheduled for Saturday, June 16-17, 2018. The 2018 DC JazzFest enables residents and tourists alike to appreciate the musical genre of jazz, which is so rich in tradition, while enjoying the beautiful surroundings and spring weather at the District Wharf, with more than 20 acts to be experienced.

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DEZCustomz NFL Shoes: Swizzle Chill Magazine

From idea, to art, to thriving small business: DEZ Customz

Local artist takes off with graffiti artwork, canvas painting

When David Zambrano was growing up, he took the red line metro train from Arlington to Silver Spring, Maryland and saw the array of graffiti on the walls and tunnels the train passed by. Inspired by the colors and variety of designs, Zambrano found his passion—art. Drawing from what he saw on the streets of Maryland, he began doodling during his free time, subsequently learned other forms of art like sketching and contemporary art. He also spent a lot of his time at his father’s body shop, which acted as a transition into painting on a different kind of medium.

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