National Cherry Blossom Festival

2. Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia A bevy of events — including karaoke, an outdoor Japanese food
The National Park Service now expects the trees to look their best between March 19 and 22.
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Seems simple enough, right? Make your way down to the tidal basin, point your camera in the direction of the blossoms and click away. If only it were that simple.
Verbal fireworks during a confirmation hearing within the Dirksen Senate Office Building contrasted sharply with the mellow mood outside.
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If you venture across the National Mall, you will find precious few memorials to women. At one end, Abraham Lincoln's stoic face scans the two-mile-long lawn. In the middle is the monument to George Washington.
The festival is about one month away. In the past few years, travelers, on average, made hotel reservations about three weeks before they traveled.
It cannot be overstated that in Japan, the sakura is serious business. But why are the blossoms so significant? Here's hoping you get out and enjoy them this spring -- perhaps, even, with a little more history than before.
I see a baby in purple scrambling along the grass. And I see two frisky West Highland white terriers exactly the same size
There are more places to see cherry blossoms than just the Tidal Basin; among Washingtonian's recommendations are Kenwood
The war damage in Japan put in peril the parent rootstock of the U.S. trees along the Arakawa River near Tokyo.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival officially begins tomorrow with the Pink Tie Party, where more than 30 area restaurants
And here, we've compiled a list of ten events worth attending during the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Whether you're
Cherries aren't just for pies and Shirley Temple garnishes anymore. As Washington waits for its most beautiful time of the
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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Japanese culture is all about rituals, like the ritual of "hanami" or flower-viewing. It'll take a while for Coloradans to be able to picnic under the trees at Green Valley Ranch, but it'll be a beautiful ritual when they do.