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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.
DC Film Festival Frenzy
DC Filmmakers are at it again. Celebrate the close of the DC Shorts Film Festival this weekend and gear up for the Our City Film Festival the following day.
DC Metro Obama Inauguration SmarTrip Cards
Canīt make it to DC? You can still take part in the inaugration of Barack Obama with the purchase of commemorative DC Metro SmarTrip cards and one-day passes.
DC Metro Update
As the Washington, DC metro continues to address the malfunctions leading up to the Fort Totten tragedy, Metro officials encourage travelers to explore the vast array of travel resources and alternatives available to help you have a stress-free trip.
DC Phillips Collection : Jacob Lawrence
For a limited time, you can view the complete works of the Jacob Lawrence Migration Series at the Phillips Collection museum in Washington, DC.
Delaware Senator Joe Biden
A biography of the Delaware senator and vice-president elect. Heīs a small-towm hero from New Castle. Read more to learn more.
Early Bird Vacation and Holiday Travel Tips
On your next trip, try to beat even the early-bird crowds with the savvy travel advice you'll find here.
Educating Alice -- Book Club Review
Follow Alice Steinbach through her learning adventures abroad in the traveling memoir Educating Alice: Adventures of a Curious Woman.
Experience Pikesville Orthodox Jewish Culture in Maryland
Pikesville, Maryland, is a unique, bustling area on the outskirts of Baltimore City. It offers the unique opportunity to experience Orthodox Jewish culture in a neighborhood thriving with a healthy mix of history and modern-day commercialism.
Famous MidAtlantic Women: Lucille Clifton
Lucille Clifton, the first African-American woman to win the Ruth Lily Prize for poetry, is a MidAtlantic region native.
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