Monthly Archives: March 2018

Awesome Con brings celebrity signing sessions, discussion panels, shopping and plenty of awesome costumes to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this weekend.

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  • Mar 29
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With the Washington Monument closed until spring 2019, there's no topping the vista from the Old Post Office Tower.

Local cidery Anxo welcomes four traditional English cidermakers to its bar for a special tasting.

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  • Mar 26
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Looking for a way to celebrate the National Cherry Blossom Festival? Try one of these cherry blossom-themed beverages from local producers.

Tired of winter? At a seasonal festival in Annapolis, residents welcome spring by tossing their wool socks on a bonfire.

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  • Mar 22
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The African American Museum is one of the few attractions open today, but many bars and restaurants are offering specials.

From two lauded Philadelphia chefs comes a concept that's growing in popularity: a restaurant focused entirely on vegetables. It's now open.

The National Cherry Blossom Festival joins forces with the Cherry Blossom Pop-Up Bar for a night of cocktails, flowers and Godzilla.

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  • Mar 19
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Though we're still a few weeks away from the peak bloom of Cherry Blossoms, the annual festival begins this weekend with music, dancing and family activities at the Tidal Basin.

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  • Mar 15
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Drink pints at the Guinness brewery, see works by contemporary Irish artists or learn more about Irish whiskey.

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