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Disney's THE LION KING continues to reign across North America with a sold-out run in Washington, D.C., which concluded on Sunday, August 17 at the Kennedy Center Opera House.
Visitors to Peaks Island in Casco Bay approach the 5th Maine Regiment Memorial Hall, located in the Queen Anne-style cottage that survivors of the 5th Maine Infantry Regiment constructed in 1888.
Intrigued by a piece of charred wood in the museum's First Ladies exhibition, intern Auni Gelles explores the story behind this slice of timber as it relates to the history of both the national museum and the historic preservation movement.
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Davis Brody Bond just completed the South African Embassy in Washington, D.C., a super progressive design that modernizes the existing buildings built in Dutch Cape style.
Uber is dabbling with e-commerce with a test offering called Corner Store in Washington, D.C., that lets you order diapers, toothpaste allergy medicine and more than 100 other items and have them delivered by Uber drivers.
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers a statement to provide an update on Iraq and the situation in Ferguson, Missouri in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, DC, Aug. 18, 2014.
That great hole-in-the-wall frequented by locals, the independent boutique with perfect souvenirs, the breathtaking view you find after getting lost -- these are the sorts of memories that punctuate a good trip.
Every year, Mack Truck and it's employees travel from Pennsylvania to Maryland, and then Maryland to Washington D.C. They do this to participate in the Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Ride for Missing and Fallen American soldiers.
This week has been one heck of a whirlwind. From Chicago to New York City to Washington, D.C. and back again.
You'd think that in the 21st Century, we could do things better than we did in the 1930's.
Whether August is a month for kids to buy notebooks and paper, or to keep spending hours at the swimming pool, depends a lot on where you live.
Megan Garber, Adrienne LaFrance, and Ian Bogost have a delightful post at Citylab on how the Gray Lady has dealt over the years with the jargon of the young and/or underclass, presumptively unintelligible to its well-bred readership.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 12:38 pm
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