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Roller Derby USA
Not much into sports? Have you tried roller derby? This decades-old sport is finding a resurgence across the country and you can find a game all over the MidAtlantic.

Quilts for Obama in Washington, DC
Curator Roland L. Freeman has teamed up with the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., and artists around the world to present "Quilts for Obama," which features quilts from MidAtlantic artists as well as a special contribution from the family of First Lady Michelle Obama.

DC Fashion Makers at Ida's Idea Boutique
New York and Los Angeles aren't the only trendsetting areas in the United States. Washington, D.C. is also home to several noteworthy boutiques. Join me as I venture into Ida's Idea Boutique near Chinatown and talk with designer Carolyn Wilbourne about the Wilbourn Sisters collection.

Obama Inauguration 2009 -- Reflections
Wondering what it will be like to walk through the crowds during the inauguration? Follow me on my journey in Philadelphia for a taste of what it could be like.

Think Big -- A Book Review
Dr. Ben Carson is one of the leading neurosurgeons in the world, and the MidAtlantic is priviledged to have him practice in the United States at Johns Hopkins. This article reviews the second of two autobiographical books that Dr. Ben Carson has published.

Obama Inauguration 2009 – Avoiding Metro Crowds
By now now you´re ready for the metro crowds leading up to Barack Obama´s inauguration, but there are other ways to get around DC without the metro. This article tells you about the great deals and convenience you´ll receive from traveling around D.C. metrobus style.

Obama Inauguration 2009 – Getting Around
From planes, to bikes, to your own two feet, you´ll need to know the lowdown on how to get around. This article tells you how to make it to Barack Obama's inauguration while avoiding the crowds.

Obama Inauguration 2009 -- A Writing Contest
Do you know of a young person in Washington, DC who would absolutely LOVE to go to the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation´s 44th president? This article explains how you and that young person can make it to the inauguration together. The student must reside in Washington, DC.

Obama Inauguration 2009 -- Media Coverage
Not everyone can make it to Washington, D.C. to see the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president up close. You can catch most of the festivities on television, on the radio, and on the Internet, though. Read more to find out how.

Obama Inauguration 2009 – A Tourist’s Itinerary
Give your next visit to Washington, DC a presidential theme. Here are a few choice activities to do in the District that will leave you with a better sense of the presidency and how our government works.

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