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General   •   July 28, 2022

The new, immersive location is inspired by the Jet Age and all things aviation, according to the company, and will feature retro-inspired arrivals and departures signs, floor lighting styled like an airport runway, and seating modeled after airplane wings.

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General   •   July 28, 2022

Films start at sunset – around 8:30/8:45 pm – but arrive early to grab something to eat at a nearby restaurant, get the best seating, and play lawn games.

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General   •   July 24, 2022

The mural includes WNBA player Brittney Griner, politician Paul Rusesabagina, and former security executive Paul Whelan, and is part of the Bring Our Families Home campaign in partnership with the James Foley Foundation - the former dedicated to bringing home the 64 known American hostages from overseas.

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General   •   July 24, 2022

Try the watermelon beet tumeric or pear basil chia juice, or opt for a straightforward chocolate banana smoothie.

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General   •   July 21, 2022

On Saturday, head to the festival bar at Sandlot Georgetown (2715 Pennsylvania Ave NW) for a community open mic from 3 pm - 5 pm (sign-up onsite 30 minutes prior). A $50 prize and gift bag will be awarded to the audience favorite.

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General   •   July 21, 2022

Best known for its hand-illustrated prints and apparel for babies, kids, and women, the store sells everything from organic cotton pajamas to dresses, tops, a rainwear collection, and a sunproof swim line.

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General   •   July 14, 2022

If you're trying to decide which of the 31 shows to see during Capital Fringe Festival this month, head to Sandlot Georgetown (2715 Q St NW) on Saturday, July 16 from 3 pm - 5:30 pm for short teasers of the performances - from stand-up, to cabaret, and musical theater.

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General   •   July 12, 2022

Free and open to the public, the six-week series will feature “Fan Favorites” on Tuesday nights from August 2 – September 6.

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General   •   July 11, 2022

View 60 masterpieces by contemporary Ukrainian artists. Proceeds from all art sales will benefit Ukrainian women and children who have been injured during the war.

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