VIA THE GAZETTE: Water and electronics usually don’t mix but the two are thriving at National Harbor, the retail, entertainment and residential landmark on the Potomac River. The waterfront venue is growing as a destination for weekly entertainment events, such as Harborfest, which organizers hope will become an annual tradition. The first Harborfest features rock […]

                  VIA WASHINGTONIAN.COM DC foodies, unite!  The ever-popular Summer Restaurant Week runs from August 24 through August 30. Three-course lunches are still $20.09, but dinners have jumped to $35.09. There’s still lots to offer friends or families.   So, to help you choose your meals carefully, Washingtonian […]

Prince George’s County Public Schools encourages parents and community members to get involved in the education process! Kick off the school year on August 24 by being a role model in the lives of children. Escort children to school that day, meet them at school as they exit their bus, or visit them in class. […]

VIA WASHINGTONIAN.COM Dating is never easy, and the economy isn’t helping romantic matters much, either. How can you impress your true love when you can barely afford a box of macaroni and cheese for dinner? But never fear! We’ve come up with suggestions for free (or super-cheap) date ideas that won’t wear out your wallet. […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: About 3 p.m. Thursday, as people sat in front of the fountains on the Georgetown waterfront taking their afternoon breaks, Michael Childs, 18, emerged from a group of about 20 people and snapped his fingers, starting a choreographed routine to Michael Jackson’s “Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground).” It was their […]

Maxwell has officially confirmed more than 20 summer concert dates to promote his new album, “BLACKsummers’night,” which is due in stores on July 7. 

The celebration has already begun. Concert orchestras hedge the reflecting pool on the Capitol. Celebrity guests of every walk are addressing the nation. But for…

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