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The Beatles and The Washington Coliseum

When I was pregnant with my son, my husband and I took a trip to Washington D.C.. One because we had never been there before, and two I was fervently writing a novel at the time that took place in D.C. 633 more words

Journal Entries

"Please Please Me" by the Beatles

Here’s an unhelpful tip: Request the Beatles’s first album by name and you’ll get into an awkward moment with a librarian.

The Washington Coliseum: The Day Beatlemania Invaded America

A 5 minute walk from the NoMa – Gallaudet U metro station will lead you to an unassuming brick building in an obscure area of D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood. 628 more words


Back in the District again

Since around 2007 or so, it has become routine for me to find myself in Washington at least once or twice a year. Yet despite the myriad times I have been there, it never really gets old; there is either something new to do, or the same old things are still wonderful to see. 894 more words

Legendary Articles to Check Out

I was really intrigued by two articles that The Express ran today. One was about Marvin Gaye and until I read the article, I had no idea that the legendary icon was from The District and raised in Southeast. 208 more words


Before Ovechkin: The Washington Lions and Uline Arena

My last post went way back to the 1920s. This one is a couple of decades after that, but well before the Washington Capitals arrived here. 440 more words

Other Cool Stuff

Photos Of Beatles' 1st U.S. Concert To Be Auctioned

NEW YORK (AP) — It was 1964. Beatlemania ruled. Two days after their momentous debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” the Fab Four boarded a train from New York for Washington, D.C., for their first U.S. 689 more words