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Would watching trees slowly drown make you acknowledge climate change?

The destruction of the cherry orchard in the eponymous 1904 play written by Anton Chekhov was a melancholic symbol of the radical political change hitting Tsarist Russia at the time that culminated in the 1917 revolution. 371 more words


The perfect combination of historic and modern, there’s plenty to do and see in this picturesque neighborhood: http://bit.ly/1thqQGz

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11 Beer Gardens to Try in Washington, DC This Fall

Raise a glass to Oktoberfest and take in autumn vibes at these brew-centric locales.

DC’s booming food and drinks scene is helping propel a buzzworthy beer community. 30 more words

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The Little Free Pantry or Library: Innovative Models for Community Sharing

The Little Free Pantry and The Little Free Library are both inspired community initiatives that center on the spirit and act of sharing. While they have different origins and uses, they both invite community members to give and interact with each other in a unique and purposefully site specific, focused, and little context. 997 more words

Defiant marathoner Feyisa Lilesa has taken Ethiopia’s protests to the United States

Ethiopian marathoner Feyisa Lilesa took his defiance on the running field to Washington DC on Tuesday (Sept. 13), calling the United States and world’s attention to the wave of violent protests that has engulfed his home country. 701 more words

Fresh from killing Gawker, Peter Thiel turns his wrath on Washington, DC’s terrible metro

Washington, DC’s beleaguered Metro system has a powerful new foe: Peter Thiel.

In an op-ed published in The Washington Post this week, the Silicon Valley venture capitalist, who… 297 more words

Date Night in Washington, DC

Experience the romantic side of DC

In the nation’s capital, DC really stands for Date City.

The nation’s capital is the perfect place to share some moments! 126 more words

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