5 Family-Friendly Restaurants in Annapolis

If you’re looking for a fun, kid-friendly restaurant in Annapolis, you don’t have to settle for fast food. Annapolis offers plenty of restaurants that offer a pleasant atmosphere as well as grown-up food – but are still welcoming to families with young children. Here are our 5 favorite kid-friendly restaurants for a family night out… (Continue reading)

Check Out These 5 Renowned Artists at the National Gallery of Art this Labor Day Weekend

The Smithsonian’s National Gallery of Art is home to an astounding collection of art, so there’s always something interesting to see. However, this Labor Day weekend is an especially ideal time to tour the gallery because a number of renowned artists will be featured at the same time. So, plan a trip into DC for a day… (Continue reading)

2 iPhone Apps to Explore Annapolis and Anne Arundel County

While there are numerous professional tours offered to help you explore historic Annapolis, sometimes you might be in the mood for a less structured experience. Did you know you can download a tour app and head out the door for your own adventure? If you’ve got an iPhone, then you’ve got your own Annapolis tour… (Continue reading)


Your 460NYA Blog Recap!

It’s been a big week here in DC as the DC Beer Week seemed to take the world by storm.  But on the 460 New York Avenue blog, it was also pretty bustling, as usual! So let’s get you all caught up on what you may have missed this week on the blog. On MONDAY’S… (Continue reading)

Bicycle Storage in Boston

Bike Storage, Shops and Paths Make Cycling in the City a Cinch

August 21, 2014
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Boston, Bozzuto Homes, Massachusetts, Watertown Mews

Boston is consistently ranked as one of the healthiest cities in the U.S. and one of the ways residents stay fit is by keeping active. Biking in the Boston area, whether it’s commuting, for exercise or just for fun, has really taken off in the last few years. New bikes lanes, trails and shops have… (Continue reading)

Enjoy a Day of Literary Fun at the Library of Congress National Book Festival

The 2014 Library of Congress National Book Festival will be here before we know it. Visit with more than 100 award-winning authors, illustrators and poets during this free event, which will take place on Saturday, August 30 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. Read more. (Continue reading)

The Best DC Neighborhoods for Shopping and Dining

Washington, DC is more than just monuments and museums — the city offers some amazing shopping and dining options, too. And the best part about DC’s shopping and dining scenes is they are spread throughout the city in a number of neighborhoods, each boasting its own style and offerings. Here are four of our favorites:… (Continue reading)

Go Sailing on the Chesapeake Bay with These Annapolis Sailing and Boating Adventures

Nothing beats life in Annapolis, especially enjoying the Chesapeake Bay. Thankfully, the city offers numerous ways to get out on the water and let the wind fill your sails. From short cruises to day-long excursions, you can find a sailing or boating adventure to fit your needs on a variety of boats. Here are some… (Continue reading)

Enjoy Live Jazz and Blues Music at These DC-Area Events and Locations

Washington, D.C. has vibrant jazz and blues scenes — Did you know that Duke Ellington, Jelly Roll Morton and Bo Diddley all have ties to the city? We have a rich music community that produces new artists and provides regular opportunities to enjoy these genres. Here are several ways to indulge in DC’s blues and… (Continue reading)


Food Deals, Great Music and A Dog’s Favorite Place in DC!

August 15, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes, Bozzuto Living, Bozzuto News

This past week on the 460 New York Avenue blog, we covered all the best angles of the city. Honestly, what more do you need than incredible food at shockingly-low prices, a dog’s bold opinion on the best neighborhood in DC and a look at some of the District’s best spots for free outdoor live… (Continue reading)

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