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  • 1104/2021

    DC Web Fest
    April 9th-11th

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  • 1104/2021

    Petal Porch Parade
    March 20th-April 11th

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  • 3004/2021

    Downtown DC’s Chalk Walk
    March 20th-April 30th

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    Renewal 2121
    March 15th-September 6th

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News

  • Big Changes at Nationals Park for 2021: What You Need to Know If You Want to Go

    Wednesday 04/07/2021

    Big Changes at Nationals Park for 2021: What You Need to Know If You Want to Go

    Everything looks different for the Nationals…2021 season, though regulations and conditions are constantly changing in the pandemic. Here’s what you need to know about ticket access, new policies that drastically limit cash and bags, mask mandates, and more.

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  • What to Do for Cherry Blossom Season While Social Distancing in the DC Area

    Monday 04/05/2021

    What to Do for Cherry Blossom Season While Social Distancing in the DC Area

    Since we’re past the peak bloom period, when 70% of the cherry blossoms around the Tidal Basin are open, check out these other ways to celebrate spring flowers.

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  • Restaurants Celebrate Easter With Dine-In, Carryout, and Delivery Specials

    Wednesday 03/31/2021

    Restaurants Celebrate Easter With Dine-In, Carryout, and Delivery Specials

    Restaurants are celebrating Easter (Sunday, April 4) with a variety of options, including brunch specials, take-home dinner kits, and bunny cakes. Those looking to dine-in should make reservations, which are highly recommended (or required) at most restaurants due to Covid-19 capacity limits. Here are all of the places offering Easter specials for dine-in, takeout, and delivery.

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  • Japan’s cherry blossoms are emerging increasingly early

    Monday 03/29/2021

    Japan’s cherry blossoms are emerging increasingly early

    Diarists have keenly chronicled the comings and goings of cherry blossoms for centuries—records from Kyoto, the old capital, date back 1,200 years. This precious, ancient data set reveals a disturbing trend: in recent decades, the blossoms have emerged much sooner than they once did.

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