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The Second Journey Book Review
Acclaimed author, Joan Anderson, continues the chronicle of her life she began with A Year by the Sea in her new book The Second Journey. This tiny little memoir of a book is packed full of drama and life experience.
HonFest in Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore is steeped with history. Some of it hailing from the late 1950s celebrating the cultural phenomenon that Baltimore locals affectionately refer to as the "Hon." Celebrate this history with Baltimoreans at the annual HonFest in Hampden, Baltimore.
Legacy of Light at Arena Stage in Virginia
Legacy of Light is the latest world premiere from local DC award-winning playwright Karen Zacharias. See it now at Arena Stage in Arlington, Virginia.
Travel Amid the Swine Flu Pandemic
Travel season is well upon us, yet in the midst of it, we must take precaution against the spread and contracting of the swine flu virus. These days it could be especially difficult since the symptons for the virus may show up only after one has decided to take a trip. This article may help.
Visit the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia
Witness the legendary changing of the guard ceremony and enjoy the lush greenery of the season at the Arlington National Cemetery in Northern Virginia.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Review
The Round House Theater in Bethesda, Maryland, is now running One Flew Over the Cuckoo´s Nest with stellar performances from Matthew Detmer and Kathryn Kelly. It´s a must-see Broadway-worthy production.
The Annual Korean Film Festival in Washington, DC
Film buffs have yet another reason to make an annual spring pilgrimage to Washington, DC. The Korean Film Festival spans through 2 months in spring and offers audiences a wide range of cultural perspectives about Korea, its people, and its cultural influence.
Top Ten Washington, DC Destinations
Sometimes it's hard to come up with ideas for places to take your out-of-town guests. Now, you can take the guesswork out of entertaining with this informative top 10 list. Enjoy the majesty, history, and liveliness of Washington, DC, with a tour of these select destinations.
The Sakura Matsuri Japanese Street Festival
Part of the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC, the Sakura Matsuri Japanese Street Festival is a celebration of Japanese culture and influence on our everyday lives and an exploration of modern-day enjoyments, including anime, J-pop, manga, and takarazuka.
Smithsonian Kite Festival
The Smithsonian Kite Festival is just one of a number of popular events that comprise that comprise the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC. Peer at the skies this March in Washington and let the kites take you away.
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