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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.
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.
The Museums of DuPont Circle in Washington, DC
The Smithsonian metro stop isn't the only stop on the Washington, DC metro where you can find a collection of great museums and galleries all at one stop. The DuPont Circle metro stop on the Red Line offers a great collection of artistic alternatives.
The Fantastics at Arena Stage in DC
The longest running musical off Broadway is now on U Street in Washington, DC at Arena Stage. The show is The Fantastics, a story of a ready-made match between Louisa (Addi McDaniel), a school girl wrapped in fairytale dreams, and Matt (Timothy Ware), a bookish young man blindsided by love.
The Devil Wears Prada Book Review
While on vacation, explore the city of New York and the publishing industry with Andrea Sachs in The Devil Wears Prada.
The Color Purple the Musical in New York
Need an excuse to take a trip to New York? I've got two: Oprah and a night on Broadway.
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.
Take a Day Trip to Eastern Market in Washington, DC
Eastern Market is one of the oldest farmer's markets in Washington, DC. Visit it to find fresh vegetables, handmade crafts, and an opportunity to interact with the locals.
Sports in Virginia
Virginia doesn't have any sports teams. Or does it? Would you be surprised if I told you the state has nine baseball teams!
Southern MidAtlantic Cooking at Its Best
The Southern Living duo of cookbooks offers you the best in southern MidAtlantic regional cooking.
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