It’s finally the weekend!! Here are some fun things to do! There is a Chinatown Community Festival where you can be immersed in a different culture. Listen to some great jazz music at The Wharf presented by DC Jazz Fest. De-stress at the Washington Monument by participating in the 5th International Day of Yoga. Get up close to nature by… Read more →
Meet The Most Recent Addition to The ZCOMM Team
Hello!! My name is Angelina and I would like to introduce myself! Today is my first day at ZCOMM as an intern. I am a 21 year-old college student from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. My major is Journalism and Public Relations and I am double minoring in Marketing and Communications Media. I come from a relatively small area so living… Read more →
Pulitzer Prizes Highlight The Best of Journalism in 2018
Last week, newsrooms across the country were recognized for their tireless crusade to uphold the first amendment. As Pulitzer Prize winners were announced, journalists took a momentary break from their busy days consumed by interviews and press conferences to celebrate their colleagues’ diligent work to hold those in power accountable, inform the public and report the truth. In a time… Read more →
(Pizza) Pi Day
Pi Day, March 14th, came and went last week, but not without a highly anticipated celebration at the ZComm offices. To pay homage to the magical number, we decided to taste a few different pizzerias that deliver to our downtown office. We politely declined 7 Eleven’s free slice, and ordered pizzas from &Pizza, Pi Pizzeria and Wiseguy Pizza. Don’t be… Read more →
Weekend Round Up: 3/8 – 3/10
Living in a bustling city like D.C., you’re usually inundated with things to do, but sometimes it’s hard to choose. We’re flooded with options, from new bars and restaurants to museum exhibits, and we’re often left overwhelmed and ridden with indecision. The ZComm team is here to rescue you from your weekend worries with a carefully selected list of activities.… Read more →
Looking For Things To Do This Weekend? We’ve Got You Covered.
This weekend marks the beginning of March if you can believe it. It’s not quite time for spring-y activities in the city, with some snow showers expected next week, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty of things to do in D.C. this weekend, some that will even let you get outside. Watch DC United Kick… Read more →
National Croissant Day!
In honor of National Croissant Day, Abby, Meredith and I conducted a very official taste test of our favorite French pastry. To brighten a brisk Monday morning, we brought croissants from three local cafes and bakeries to our office. On the roster we had the east coast coffee-roasting favorite La Colombe, the international superstar Paul, and the D.C. native… Read more →