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Don't just assume that the crab on your plate is from Maryland, though; around 98 percent of crabmeat served in the state
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Breaking news: It's hot outside! Enter, Dolci Gelati. Gelato lovers who are 21 or older can order Italian-inspired scoops
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Get out your lighter and prepare to wave it in the air, D.C., unless that's illegal, in which case maybe just clap your hands
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Here's what the Richmond restaurant serves: Why Fredericksburg? From a strategic standpoint, I want to expand our territory
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Off the Record sits in the basement of the famed Hay-Adams Hotel near the White House. The bar hosts many-a-suited gentleman
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You don't have to wait until AMC and Alamo unveil their new screens to enjoy watching this fair city get blown up (or to
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WASHINGTON -- News flash: It's hot outside. Really, really hot. Yesterday D.C. set a record high for April 10 as the thermometer
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1. Des Moines, Iowa 2. Madison, Wis. 3. Omaha 4. Columbus 5. Minneapolis-St. Paul The rankings took into consideration factors
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WASHINGTON -- We know you don't need a reason to eat grilled cheese but when the calendar says it's National Grilled Cheese
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WASHINGTON -- Play ball! The Washington Nationals' season starts today with a home game against the Miami Marlins. After
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Today mathletes and numbers crunchers around the world celebrate Pi Day but for food lovers, today's also a great chance
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Is there any better time of year to live in Washington, D.C. than spring? Cherry blossoms blooming, festivals abounding, patio
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"Snowquestration" turned into the "No-Show Quester" for much of the Washington region yesterday, as the outer suburbs were
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With several inches already on the ground in the suburbs and snow falling fast in the District, this may be our first (and
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This winter has been among the driest in D.C. history -- just 1.5 inches of snow have fallen on the region. Luckily, there are a few places to see snow just a few hours' drive from D.C.
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Do you know the distinct red sandstone of the Smithsonian Castle, with its distinct rusty redstone façade and Romanesque towers, was quarried locally? The Seneca quarry is a largely unknown local history gem.
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The music industry celebrated their own last night at the the Grammy Awards, but there wasn't much love for Washington D.C
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Whether you're an exhibitionist, beer drinker, wine connoisseur or S&M aficionado, there's something for every couple this
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So you want to go to Camp David and shoot skeet with President Obama? Well, unless you're good friends with the Commander