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Light at the End of the Tunnel

In the literal sense rather than figurative. My granddaughter wanted to sit in the first car of the DC Metro Red Line, and we managed to get the front seat. 7 more words

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Social Media Strategies of a Realtor: "The House Person" Speaks

Social Media Marketing is becoming a stable for businesses and individuals to market their products services to the masses.  Not only are start-ups and local businesses using social media to attract customers, big businesses are taking advantage of the cost-effective methods of social media to reach millions of potential customers. 596 more words

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Things to Do while You Wait for the Metro

Metro’s website claims it “provides the National Capital area with safe and reliable public transportation.” At first this seems like a head-scratcher, but links on the same page take you to news about improvements in 2003 that are “coming soon.” Maybe that’s the year the guy who updates the pages was laid off, so keep that in mind when deciding how much stock to put into whatever you read on wmata.com. 807 more words

About Me

For those of you who may not know me, my name is Ashley. And for those of you who do know me know that I’m often called Shlee. 480 more words

Surfacing

I am always a sucker for escalators coming up from Metro systems and I just happened to be in a place where I could take a shot. 131 more words

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Let's Explore DC: Getting There

We love to go into DC for any number of reasons: brunch, 4th of July, Cherry Blossoms, you name it! Getting around can be challenging but if you know what mode of transportation to pick it gets a lot easier. 568 more words

Visit DC

Metro to End Late-Night Weekend Service in Two Weeks

WASHINGTON — As expected, late-night rides on Washington’s subway are coming to an end.

Metro says the system will close at midnight every night starting on May 29. 90 more words

CBS Washington