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The National Museum of the American Indian: An Overview

The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) is home to one of the largest collections of items in the Smithsonian network. With nearly eight hundred fifty thousand items to its name, there’s hardly a corner or corridor lacking something to show. Even its loneliest nooks — a path leading only to a small seating …

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Top 5 Fun Activities for College Students in the DMV

As a DMV college student, finding ways to unwind in between studying, working, and stressing is essential. If you are a DMV native, sometimes the common experiences offered in D.C. can become a little bland. The endless array of art shows, pop-ups, and museums – particularly the ones that don’t change exhibits as often – can …

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Love, Hope, and Art: The Murals of Luis Peralta Del Valle

Washington, DC, like other hotbeds of culture, has many claims to local and national fame. Its monuments, museums, and political institutions attract visitors and transplants from far and wide. Half-smokes and mumbo sauce are distinct and delicious products of the District. The influence of go-go music and Georgetown’s Blues Alley club reach well beyond their …

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Concerts, Festivals, Performances and More DC Events to Go to in July

Coming off the heels of June, while it might seem like July is just the filler month between Pride month and back-to-school season, in the DMV, July still holds much promise. July is known for its warm weather, wacky holidays like National Hot Dog and Ice Cream month, and a host of functions to attend. …

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How to Spend Your Juneteenth in Washington, D.C. 

The only other word spoken during the month of June other than pride is that of Juneteenth. While historically celebrated amongst smaller communities of Black Americans in Texas and branching out to the larger community of the Black American diaspora, Juneteenth is becoming a widely celebrated holiday all across the nation. With its recent declaration …

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