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(1) Montgomery County Thanksgiving Parade When: November 20, 2021 10:00 AM – Noon Description: “Held in downtown Silver Spring, the exciting parade traditionally heralds the start of the holiday season.  The parade steps off from Ellsworth Drive and Fenton Street and proceeds south on Georgia Avenue, ending at Silver Spring Avenue.  Families in attendance are...
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(1) Fall Sip (Juice Box) and Paint – Glenarden When: Saturday October 16 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Description: “Come enjoy the fall with a juice box while painting a fall-themed portrait. Get creative painting pumpkins, leaves, and more! Canvas, paint, and paint brushes will be provided.” Click here to learn more. (2) 13th Annual...
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(1) Mosaic Fall Festival, Fairfax, Sep 25 – 26 Description: “Enjoy live music, a beer and wine garden, food from 40+ vendors, and more at the annual Mosaic Fall Festival. The two-day festival also includes a craft fair, farmers market, and special activities for kids. Free; 11:00 – 6:00 daily.” Click here, for more free...
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Save your money with this list. From Georgetown to Prince George’s County, there’s plenty to do in July around the DMV. Advertisements (1) Summer Concerts in the Park Continues in Falls Church Description: “Beginning on June 17, enjoy live music from local bands and musicians every Thursday night starting at 7:00 p.m. in Cherry Hill...
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As cities start to loosen restrictions, more and more activities are returning this summer in the DMV. Here are a few of my favorites. I’ll update this list throughout the month. These events are subject to change, verify before you go. (1) Summer Concerts in the Park Series – Falls Church Description: “Beginning on June 17,...
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Day Twelve: The Championships - Wimbledon 2016
When you think of Serena Williams and Venus Williams, you may just envision them dominating the tennis court.  On Saturday, I got to see a different side of them. 
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Starting in March, I will be reporting in Louisville, KY with WLKY-TV. I think it’s interesting that it is the Year of the Horse, based on the Chinese calendar, and Louisville is known for the Kentucky Derby. It may just be a coincidence, but I’ll take that as a good sign. I’m looking forward to this new chapter in my...
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What are your thoughts on this story? Do you think the costume is controversial? This story aired on WHSV’s news at 11 PM. Visit WHSV.com for more on this story.  Please be respectful when leaving comments. 00
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Sunday Oct. 16, 2011. On Sunday, thousands of people gathered in West Potomac park to watch the dedication ceremony for the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. The new addition to the national mall is the first of its kind. Martin Luther King once again makes history, by being the only African American to be featured...
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