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General   •   October 21, 2022

Little Words Project aims to inspire and encourage people to be kind to themselves and to pay that kindness forward, one bracelet at a time.

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General   •   October 6, 2022

Enjoy fall-themed florals, home goods, fashion, jewelry, hot apple cider and snacks, and get a photo under the pumpkin arch for some autumnal Instagram stories.

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General   •   October 6, 2022

Georgetown’s 2022 C&O Canal boat season runs through October 30, with boat tours available several times throughout the day, Wednesday – Sunday.

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General   •   October 6, 2022

Kyojin will open early next year at 3315 Cady's Alley NW, in the former L2 space.

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General   •   September 29, 2022

The tour will take place at the Mt. Zion and Female Union Band Society Cemeteries (located at 2501 Mill Road, near 27th and Q Streets NW), a stop on the Underground Railroad, as well as Herring Hill and Rose Park.

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General   •   September 29, 2022

Stop by Monday - Saturday from 11 am - 7 pm and Sunday from 12 pm - 6 pm to refresh your fall look with pieces previously only available to rent. Top brands, from Kate Spade to rag & bone, are up to 90% off.

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General   •   September 29, 2022

The outdoor public light art experience is returning for its eighth edition, with works lit from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. nightly from Saturday, November 26, 2022 - Sunday, January 22, 2023.

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General   •   September 19, 2022

Spanning two years, 46,000 miles, and a global pandemic, this expansive body of work features the paintings and photographs of artists Kate Fleming and Tom Woodruff as part of their 50 States Project, and captures both the beauty and raw reality of contemporary America in two different media.

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General   •   September 19, 2022

Washington City Paper's Best of DC is back and after falling out of the Top 3 last year for Best BID / Main Street, we're determined to get back to the top.

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