City Guide: Interns' Guide 2007 City Guide

Under 21

Age is Just a Number
Can't get into bars because you're not 21? There are still ways to hang out with friends and enjoy a night on the town.

Visitors Guide

Washington, D.C. Visitors Guide
Find out how to make the most of your time in D.C., get around the city and explore the area's neighborhoods and tourist attractions.

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Around Town

Very Happy Hours
Beers for a quarter, cocktails for $2
-- our guide to the area's top drink specials.

Dining on a Budget
Why live on ramen when you can dine on Indian street food, sushi, half-price burgers and gourmet pasta?

Big Screen, Little Cost
From "To Catch a Thief" to "Dream Girls," outdoor film festivals and museum programs offer classic fare and recent hits.

Cheap Seats
Students and the post-college crowd can both save on tickets to see opera, Shakespeare and cutting-edge drama.

Music for Less
Hear popular rock bands, up-and-coming jazz ensembles and artists from around the world without paying a cent.

Clubbing Without a Cover Charge
You don't need to pay $20 to get into a hot nightspot. You just need an e-mail account.

Beach Guide
Need to get away? Use these tips to find sun and sand at Maryland and Delaware beaches.

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